Wawa garnered 26 percent of the statewide vote, while Turkey Hill received 13 percent, 7-Eleven got 7 percent and Rutter's came in last at 3 percent.
While Sheetz received the lion's share of votes statewide, that was not the case in Philadelphia and the Lehigh Valley where Wawa and Turkey Hill still reign supreme.
Wawa, which has 600 stores in the Philadelphia region (including the Lehigh Valley), is the top pick of the Lehigh Valley and Philadelphia at 60 percent and 88 percent, respectively.
The survey is compiled by online polling site, Harper Polling, which sampled 798 voters. All respondents voted in either the 2006 or 2010 mid-term elections or they registered to vote since 2010 and voted in the 2012 general election.
According to poll results, Sheetz's popularity is strongest in Pittsburgh/Southwest and Erie/Northwest at a remarkable 88 percent and 80 percent, respectively. Of the men polled, 54 percent would rate Sheetz as their favorite store while 49 percent of women would.
Conversely, 30 percent of women would pick Wawa. Only 21 percent of men would choose Wawa.
Additionally, the poll results indicated that Republicans are 15 percent more likely to call Sheetz their favorite store. Democrats are 11 percent more likely to pick Wawa over Republicans.
Both Turkey Hill and 7-Eleven had respectable showings with both taking three second-place finishes across the state. Turkey Hill won the gold in Scranton/Northwest with 63 percent. Rutter's, the underdog, took a solid third place in its home region of Harrisburg/South Central Pennsylvania.