9% of People Hate Girl Scout Cookies, Plus Our Five Favorite Types

Everyone’s got a favorite Girl Scout cookie, right?  Well, apparently not.  It turns out almost 1 in 10 people hate ALL of them.  According to a new survey, 9% of Americans don’t like any type of Girl Scout cookie.  For the rest of us, here are the five most popular types.


1.  Thin Mints.  27% said it’s their favorite Girl Scout cookie.  And they’re #1 across pretty much all age groups and demographics, men, women, young people, and seniors.  Even Democrats and Republicans agree they’re best.

2.  Samoas or Caramel deLites, 19%.  They’re called different things in different parts of the country.

3.  Tagalongs or Peanut Butter Patties, 10%.

4.  Trefoils or Shortbread cookies, 10%.

5.  Do-si-dos or Peanut Butter Sandwich cookies, 9%.


Only 4% said another type of Girl Scout cookie is their favorite, and 5% said they’ve never tried Girl Scout Cookies before.