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Who Should Be TIME’s Person of the Year 2011?

Who Should Be TIME’s Person of the Year 2011?
from Time Magazine, November 11, 2011

From tsunamis to budget battles to revolutions, 2011 has been a tumultuous, news-packed year. Who influenced the news most, for better or for ill? Tradition dictates that TIME’s editors choose the Person of the Year, but we want to know: if you were in charge, who would it be?

From tsunamis to budget battles to revolutions, 2011 has been an tumultuous, news-packed year. Who influenced the news most, for better or for ill? As always, it’s TIME’s editors who choose the actual Person of the Year (in the December 26 issue of TIME, on sale December 16) and they reserve the right to disagree with the poll results.

most and least popular choices after the fold

Most Popular

Rank Name Total Votes in favor of this candidate
1 The 99% 8490
2 Anonymous 7983
3 Steve Jobs 4290
4 Arab Youth Protesters 3361
5 Casey Anthony 2790
6 SEAL Team 6 2553
7 Fukushima 50 2206
8 Gabrielle Giffords 1971
9 Barack Obama 1490
10 Warren Buffett 1445
11 The 1% 1044
12 Hillary Clinton 1034
13 Kate Middleton 885
14 Ai Weiwei 781
15 Elizabeth Warren 714
16 Angela Merkel 681
17 Charlie Sheen 567
18 Admiral Mike Mullen 436
19 Lionel Messi 349
20 Recep Tayyip Erdogan 343
21 Silvio Berlusconi 304
22 Herman Cain 296
23 Mitt Romney 181
24 Nicolas Sarkozy 180
25 Paul Ryan 177
26 Kim Kardashian 122
27 Eric Cantor 117
28 Rupert Murdoch 115
29 Michele Bachmann 114
30 Dominique Strauss-Kahn 62
31 Reed Hastings 44
TOTAL 45125

Least Popular

Rank Name Total Votes not in favor of this candidate
1 The 1% 5950
2 Casey Anthony 5463
3 Michele Bachmann 4199
4 Kim Kardashian 3695
5 Anonymous 3156
6 The 99% 3131
7 Herman Cain 3005
8 Steve Jobs 2788
9 Silvio Berlusconi 2477
10 Eric Cantor 2337
11 Kate Middleton 1932
12 Charlie Sheen 1902
13 Barack Obama 1843
14 Mitt Romney 1793
15 Hillary Clinton 1706
16 Rupert Murdoch 1685
17 Reed Hastings 1612
18 Warren Buffett 1544
19 Paul Ryan 1507
20 Recep Tayyip Erdogan 1425
21 Arab Youth Protesters 1399
22 Dominique Strauss-Kahn 1348
23 Lionel Messi 1313
24 Gabrielle Giffords 1225
25 Nicolas Sarkozy 1194
26 Angela Merkel 1031
27 Admiral Mike Mullen 945
28 Elizabeth Warren 910
29 SEAL Team 6 825
30 Ai Weiwei 758
31 Fukushima 50 748
TOTAL 64846

Read more: http://www.time.com/time/specials/packages/article/0,28804,2098471_2098928_2098929,00.html #ixzz1dTSVKoO6

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