Poll Shows More Amercians Would Rather Eat a Burger With Obama Than Romney
Oh America, the only place that will serve deep fried nacho cheese and determine our presidential candidates’ worth based on hamburger polls. So while Obama and Romney are busy campaigning across the nation and kissing babies, Smashburger — a burgeoning restaurant joint — asked Americans the most contentious question yet: Which presidential candidate would you choose to eat a burger with?
Apparently, out of 2,094 adults ages 18 and older, 59 percent would rather sit down and grab a burger with President Barack Obama, while 41 percent would choose to sit with Governor Mitt Romney. Smashburger enlisted the help of Harris Interactive to conduct the online survey, which further revealed which former U.S. President Americans would prefer to have a burger with. The results: 22 percent for Clinton, 15 percent for Abraham Lincoln, 14 percent for John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan, 5 percent for Theodore Roosevelt, Thomas Jefferson and George Washington and 4 percent for George W. Bush and Jimmy Carter.
7-Eleven Election Cups? Burgers? Next up: Which presidential candidate would you trust as your beer pong partner?
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