Most Americans Aren’t Beliebers, Poll Says
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Justin Bieber may have millions of fans around the world, but a new survey by the Public Policy Polling organization shows that most Americans are not Beliebers.
According to the poll, the dislike for Bieber has united Americans with 54 percent of Democrats, 52 percent of Republicans, and 56 percent of independents harboring negative views on the Bieb.
Justin shouldn't feel too bad, though. Chris Brown received the highest unfavorable rating, with 57 percent not feeling the love for Breezy. And then there's poor Morrissey and Skrillex. A whopping 52 percent don't even know who the charming former Smiths frontman is, while the dubstep king is unknown to 54 percent of Americans.
Which pop stars fared well in the poll? Adele is liked by 54 percent of Americans polled, while Taylor Swift was favored by 53 percent, Justin Timberlake with 52 percent, and Beyoncé scored positive with 51 percent.
And, just in case you were wondering which pop star Americans would like to see as president, Justin Timberlake won that honor with 34 percent of the vote.