Rasmussen Polls surveys more than just politics. They collect opinions on all manner of burning social and cultural questions. A personal favorite is when, apparently capitalizing on a TV fad, they asked voters if they thought zombies would do a better job of looking after the nation’s business than current federal employees. The results were closer than you might have thought.
The latest cutting edge question was whether voters would rather win an Oscar or a Nobel prize.
I didn’t bother to check the results as Rasmussen, usually more observant, left out the option many alert TAS readers, including me, would have chosen, to wit: I have no respect for either.
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