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[09/13/07 - 12:09 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 11 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 11

� 20% of Americans think their parents should not have gotten married

� 88% of Americans said they had sex on their wedding night

� 82% of Americans judge a book by its cover

� 21% of Americans said they double -dip when eating chips and dip at a party

� 30% of American men would not marry a woman who already had children with someone else

� 83% of married American women would keep their original engagement ring for sentimental reasons, instead of upgrading to a bigger diamond

� 28% of Americans have participated in a political rally at least once in their lives

� 18% of American women said they would get plastic surgery if their partner asked them to

� 53% of Americans said they would swim in a pool with someone who they knew was HIV-positive

� 12% of American women wear a thong on a regular basis

� 46% of American women said if they were being mugged, they would fight back

� 17% of Americans have visited an adult web site in the last six months

� 62% of Americans said they have found someone they considered their "soul mate"

� 66% of Americans think Idaho senator Larry Craig was lying when he said he wasn't gay

� 28% of American women have caught the bride's bouquet at a wedding

� 25% of Americans have left work for some "afternoon delight"

� 65% of Americans think America will have an African-American president by 2025

� 16% of American women said they have participated in a strip poker game

� 9% of Americans said at some point in their lives, they've wondered whether they were adopted

� 44% of Americans consider cheerleading to be a sport

� 23% of Americans have successfully performed the Heimlich maneuver

� 41% of Americans would trust their mother to set them up on a blind date

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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