I can’t help wondering if there’s any overlap between those two groups.
According to other surveys, reports Justin Moyer of The Washington Post, 20 percent of Americans also:
. . . reports "excessive sleepiness," according to a recent study by Stanford University’s Sleep Epidemiology Research Center.
. . . believes that the harsh techniques used to interrogate terrorism suspects after Sept. 11, 2001, were torture but still legitimate, according to a 2009 CNN poll.
. . . fears job loss in the next 12 months, according to a recent Gallup poll.
. . . believes in the right of a state to secede, according to a 2008 Zogby poll.
. . . thinks marijuana is more dangerous than alcohol, according to a recent Rasmussen poll.
. . . believes that intelligent beings from other planets have made contact with humans on Earth, according to a 2006 CBS News poll.
. . . skips medical care when sick or injured, according to a Deloitte survey released this month. [Unfortunately in the US, this is sometimes a matter of financial necessity or lack of access to health care.]
. . . believes that the government "enjoys the consent of the governed," according to a February Rasmussen telephone survey.
. . . admits to peeing in pools, according to a 2009 survey by the Water Quality and Health Council.