WHAT WE LEARNED ABOUT AMERICANS THIS WEEK ON THE CBS PRIMETIME GAME SHOW "POWER OF 10"
The following was revealed on the POWER OF 10 episode broadcast on Tuesday, Aug. 28
� 54% of Americans have asked themselves "What would Jesus do?" when trying to make a decision
� 48% of Americans have danced the Macarena
� 16% of Americans are currently working two or more jobs
� 41% of Americans have looked inside the medicine cabinet of another person's house
� 17% of Americans have been audited by the IRS
� 33% of Americans think women in the military should not be allowed to fight in combat situations
� 55% of Americans think people should not be allowed to keep pit bulls as pets
� 8% of Americans have had naughty pictures developed at a photo lab
� 56% of Americans said they hated the New York Yankees more than the Boston Red Sox
� 47% of Americans have gone hunting
� 27% of American women have been asked if they were pregnant when they weren't
� 44% of Americans think people in prison should not be allowed to watch TV
� 26% of Americans would vote for Arnold Schwarzenegger if he were allowed to run for president.
� 21% of Americans feel sympathy for Hollywood celebrities like Lindsay Lohan whose lives appear to be derailing
� 60% of Americans said they would adopt a baby of a different race
� 15% of Americans have eaten pet food
� 28% of married American women think their husband is better-looking than them
� 10% of Americans have given money to a TV evangelist
� 17% of Americans said as a child, they walked in on their parents while they were having sex
� 35% of Americans have received something that was left to them in a person's last will and testament
POWER OF 10 is a high-stakes game that challenges contestants to guess the behaviors, opinions and lifestyle choices of the American public for the chance to win $10 million dollars. POWER OF 10 airs Wednesdays (8:00-9:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network. Drew Carey serves as host and Michael Davies is the executive producer for Embassy Row in association with Sony Pictures Television.