What your roast dinner says about you
Chicken means you are sympatheitc but turkey suggests discipline and resistance to change.
Research carried out by Mindlab International for Toby carveries has found a link between personality and a preference for roast dinenrs.
And roast fans in Gloucestershire tend to plump for chicken and pork.
The findings suggest that roast chicken eaters tend to work in casual employment and are sympathetic, affectionate and helpful to others. They are more willing than most to compromise in an argument.
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Pork is the most popular choice for men and women between 55 and 65 years of age.
It suggests a conscientious and organised personality.
Elsewhere in the South West, the roast beef of Olde England remains a favourite. Beef eaters are most likely to take part in sport, and the meat is the preferred choice of men aged 45-54.
The research also suggests mash lovers are outgoing and enthusiastic but those who love roasties are sensitive and intellectually curious.
The test can be taken online at tobycarvery.co.uk/carverypersonalitysurvey
Tell us your favourite roast and what it might say about you.