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 Wednesday, September 12
� 33% of Americans said they do not trust the police
� 34% of Americans think that, based on his controversial documentaries, Michael Moore is anti-American
� 67% of Americans would rather have the power to read minds instead of the power to fly
� 14% of Americans own a Confederate flag
� 66% of Americans said they've made their mother cry
� 23% of Americans think the "Sesame Street" characters Bert and Ernie are more than just "good friends"
� 62% of Americans said when someone criticizes America, they are personally offended by their remarks
� 31% of Americans said that even though the presidential election is next year, they already know who they're going to vote for
� 8% of Americans said Michael Jackson is white when asked to describe Michael Jackson as being either black or white
� 41% of Americans think New York City should get more money for terrorism than other American cities
� 35% of Americans think if a person grows up with gay parents, he or she will have a greater chance of being gay
� 23% of Americans would be proud to be called a "redneck"
� 35% of Americans have made at least one prank phone call in their lives
� 46% of Americans own a shirt that says "USA" or "America" on the front
� 45% of Americans said if they had a son who wanted a Barbie doll, they would buy him one
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.