Rasmussen Reports has some very interesting and out of the ordinary numbers this week. Here are a few favorites:
A little more than one out of three (35%) adults in Minnesota thinks the Minnesota Vikings will be a better team than last year with Brett Favre at the helm.
Forty-four percent (44%) of American adults think admission to U.S. national parks should always be free
Just seventeen percent (17%) of adults say 'American Idol' will be worse without Paula Abdul. Six percent (6%) believe the show will be better, while 47% say it will stay about the same.
Sixty-five percent (65%) of Americans say they are at least somewhat likely to get the swine flu vaccine if it becomes available.
Favre will make little difference and needs to retire, of course National Parks should be free, Paula Abdul is seriously overestimating her appeal and no, I will not be getting a swine flu shot.