Day Two of Top Conservatives and Liberals

January 12, 2010 | NeW Staff

So who made the list today?  Check out the full list here. In the meantime, here are the highlights: 

Conservatives, 80-61:
Number 80: Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann (Minnesota)
Number 78: Candidate for Governor in CA and former CEO of eBay Meg Whitman
Number 74: Commentator Ann Coulter
Number 71: Author of 1994 Contract with America Dick Armey
Number 64: Founder and CEO of Newsmax Chris Ruddy

Liberals, 80-61:
Number 78: Former Secretary of State Colin Powell 
Number 76: President Clinton’s 1992 Campaign Manager James Carville
Number 74: Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens
Number 67: MSNBC Presenter Keith Olbermann
Number 65: Senator Jim Webb (Virginia)

Do these political figures match up with your perceptions?  I certainly found some surprises on both lists.
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