54% Think This Supermarket Brand Has The Best Thanksgiving Turkey

If you're hosting or cooking Thanksgiving dinner this year, you have a long list of to-dos in order to get ready. But one of the — if not the — most important tasks in prepping for Thanksgiving is buying (or ordering) the turkey. After all, what would Turkey Day be without, well, the turkey? According to Finder.com, Americans will spend close to $927 million on turkey alone this holiday season. Whether you buy a fresh turkey from your local butcher or snag a frozen turkey from your grocery store, there are plenty of places to buy your Thanksgiving bird — you can even order one online to be delivered right to your doorstep.

However, when it comes to taste and quality, some turkeys are better than others. And with so many frozen turkey brands out there, how are you to know what to choose? Mashed polled 607 people across the country on which brand of frozen turkey they think is the best. There was one that stood out from the rest, raking in over half of the votes. Here's which bird most people want to see on their dinner table come Thanksgiving.

Butterball is the favorite frozen turkey of survey respondents

Of all the frozen turkey brands out there, Butterball is by far the best one you can buy, according to Mashed's poll results. Over half of respondents (54.04% to be exact) dubbed it their favorite frozen turkey, which isn't a surprise given that it's the most popular name in the world of frozen birds and the largest producer of turkeys in the United States. One of the biggest perks of buying Butterball? Every year, the company hosts the "Turkey Talk-line," which is essentially an emergency hotline for home chefs to call on Thanksgiving should they have an issue preparing their own bird (via USA Today).

As for how the other frozen turkey brands stacked up? None were even close to the popularity of Butterball. Boar's Head was the second-favorite brand, garnering 15.32% of the votes, followed by Jennie-O with just 9.39%. The other three brands — Applegate Farms, Bell & Evans, and Perdue — all tied for last places with just 7.08% of people dubbing their turkeys the best.