McDonald's has been revealed as the top spot for pot-smokers in the US, according to a new survey.
The research, conducted by Green Market Report and Consumer Research Around Cannabis, found the Golden Arches was the most popular choice in Portland, Oregan; Denver, Colorado; and Las Vegas, Nevada, where cannabis has been legalised.
The online survey saw 43 percent of over 27,500 cannabis-users opt for McDonald's over a number of other popular fast food chains, in the four-week period prior to start of research.
The second most popular food choice was Taco Bell at 18 percent, followed closely by Wendy's (17.8 percent) and Burger King (17.6 percent).
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Vice president of Consumer Research Around Cannabis Jeff Stein believes McDonald's wins out with users over convenience, rather than taste.
"McDonald's wins by virtue of the sheer number of locations - by default really," said Mr Stein.
It's well-known that users experience an increased appetite, or "munchies", as a side-effect of cannabis consumption.
This is due to the THC found in marijuana, which often heightens the flavour of food and sends false signals to a person's brain that they're hungry.
The survey found the rest of the list made up of Subway, Kentucky Fried Chicken, and Carl's Jr. - as well as US-based franchises Chick-fil-A, Arby's and Jack-In-The-Box.