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Ronald McDonald for President?

Ronald McDonald for President?

He is one of the most recognisable characters in American life, and according to a new poll he could be on his way to the White House. 36% of Americans picked Ronald McDonald for President over his rival the Burger King, according to a national poll on food. It should be noted that 42% were not sure which one they would pick to lead the free world. Dean Debnam of pollsters PPP said: "Even food polarizes Americans along party lines these days. Democrats and Republicans disagree on donuts and bagels, KFC and Chick Fil A, and even the merits of Olive Garden as quality authentic ethnic food.” You can see the full results of the poll here.