The results are shown in five tiers, with Galaxy, Bounty and Lindor in tier two and Double Decker, Wispa, Crunchie, Snickers, Toblerone and Kit Kat. in tier three.
Tier four includes Twirl, Mars, Flake, Bournville, Twix, Aero, Daim, Picnic and Milkybar, while the bottom tier saw Yorkie, Milky Way, Starbar, Fry’s Chocolate Cream and Green & Black’s milk chocolate come last as the nation's favourites.
For World Chocolate Day, we asked our members to choose their favourite chocolate bar...
The results reveal that Cadbury’s Dairy Milk takes the crown as Scotland’s favourite chocolate bar.
This was followed by Galaxy, Bounty and Lindor.
— The ScotPulse team (@ScotPulse) July 7, 2020
Chocolate fans took to Twitter to show their appreciation or disappointment in the poll, with many surprised at the top result.
One tweeted: Frys cream bottom tier is a travesty."
A Crunchie in at number three? Do you know that they are the chocolate best left consigned to an xmas selection box?? Clearly rigged as the Twirl should be at 1....🤨
— Colin McDermid (@McDermidMe) July 7, 2020
While another added: "A Crunchie in at number three? Do you know that they are the chocolate best left consigned to an xmas selection box?? Clearly rigged as the Twirl should be at 1...."
No cabana bar
— David (@matalihan123) July 8, 2020
Many were quick to suggest missing chocolate bars from the list, such as Cabana, Kinder Bueno,Toffee Crisp and Boost.
Did your favourite make the cut?