Chocolate Digestives are the best biscuits in Britain - OFFICIAL
Plain digestives came second at 20%, while the chocolate chip cookie bagged third place with 15% of the vote. Clearly, to win the hearts and minds of the British public, you have to be a biscuit that is pretty great if you buy a branded version, or a cheap-ass version.
In the battle of the sandwich biccies, bourbons won out against the custard cream, in fourth and fifth place respectively.
Malted milk, ginger nut and shortbread came six, seventh and eighth while a measly 3% (presumably all pensioners) voted for fig rolls as their favourite biscuit.
In last place was the dreadful Rich Tea, the driest biscuit on Earth and surely only favoured by those who like a little penance in their lives and clearly aren't dunkers. Surprisingly, Hob Nobs didn't make the cut.
A spokesman for the survey said: "It's fair to say us Brits love our biccies, and why not! We all need a tasty treat every now and again and a cup of tea really wouldn't be the same without a biscuit to dunk in it. There's so much choice now when it comes to choosing the best biscuits but it's good to see the old favourites are standing strong at the top of our poll."