To tell you the truth, I don't really care that much about either of them. I don't like Jersey Shore. I see no point in watching that show anyway. No offense to you fans out there. Politics...I never really got into it so that's not something I pay that much attention to anyway.
I don't know the percentage of people (that's kind of the purpose of polling is to find that out). I know that I think both suck and are totally over dramatic, though politics can actually effect my life so I care more about that.
Though, this poll link suggests that overall the GAG population is swaying to the right (no pun intended) direction, but I don't think many are really political activists or will even bother to vote.
I do think my age bracket is doing enough to get informed and support Ron Paul (or they stick with Mr. Broken Promises himself, Obama) so I'm not too concerned with them. It's the 35+ age bracket that heavily relies on mainstream media sources and political campaign ads to sway their decisions, and that's what really screws us. They make up the majority.
Can't say I've ever seen an episode of Jersey Shore before, but politics is also kind of a waste of time too. I mean it's interesting to talk about and obviously impacts your life, but at the end of the day there ain't much you can do about it.
I already didn't care about Jersey Shore, and I'm beginning to not care about politics either. Seems if things continue like they are, we won't be able to tell the difference between drama television and drama politics.
i care about which nostril I start with when picking my snot out of my nose
Well majority of people on this site must have the same intelligence level as those on the Jersey Shore since Obama seems to be the candidate of choice in the fall. I will personally be voting for the GOP nominee (hopefully Romney) since as a country we should get that disaster Obama out of office.