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, Aug. 15:
�� 9% of married Americans said they do not currently love their spouse at least as much as they did on their wedding day
�� 48% of Americans said people who don't speak English annoy them
�� 32% of Americans have kissed a dog on the mouth
�� 6% of Americans said they were behind on their mortgage payments
�� 40% of Americans said they have gone online to self-diagnose an illness
�� 38% of Americans think Mick Jagger is too old to be a rock star
�� 28% of Americans think Andrew Lloyd Webber wrote William Shakespeare's "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
�� 82% of Americans think America [the U.S.] is the greatest country in the world
�� 42% of Americans think girls should be allowed to try out for and play on the boys' football team
�� 41% of American women said they prefer chocolate to sex
�� 14% of Americans weigh themselves every day
�� 37% of Americans said when they wake up in the morning, they do not look forward to going to work
�� 10% of Americans said they have shaken hands with a U.S. President
�� 7% of Americans think professional wrestling matches are real
�� 71% of Americans think immigrants should be required to speak fluent English to become U.S. citizens
�� 29% of Americans think Mormons should be allowed to practice polygamy under the First Amendment of the Constitution
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. 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.