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[09/05/07 - 01:19 PM]
What We Learned About Americans This Week on the CBS Primetime Game Show "Power of 10"
CBS details the poll results from the show's September 4 episode.

[via press release from CBS]

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, September 4

� 44% of American men think women use PMS as an excuse to be grumpy

� 64% of Americans currently live in a town or city that has a street named "Main Street"

� 35% of Americans think they are their parents' favorite child

� 21% of Americans think that going to a movie is a better first date than having dinner together

� 60% of Americans have been fingerprinted

� 17% of American men would go see the Spice Girls reunion tour if they were given free tickets

� 38% of Americans have driven a car knowing they had too much to drink

� 71% of Americans think U.S. soldiers should not have to do more than two tours of duty in Iraq

� 74% of Americans think the United States will still exist as a country in 100 years

� 25% of Americans have lived in a trailer park

� 21% of Americans check themselves out in the mirror more than five times a day

� 59% of Americans agreed with this quote, "There is no such thing as a stupid question."

� 57% of Americans would take a lower paying job in order to have a less stressful lifestyle

� 39% of American women said they've cried in front of their boss at work

� 57% of Americans would not move into a neighborhood if they would be the only person of their race living there

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.





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