Rank order your favorite things about the United States of America.

Only the 3 favorite choices will win the poll.
The poll ends July 5, 2010. The poll supervisor is Brian Leiter (bleiter@uchicago.edu). Contact the poll supervisor if you need help.

Give each of the following choices a rank, where a smaller-numbered rank means that you prefer that choice more. For example, give your top choice the rank 1. Give choices the same rank if you have no preference between them. You do not have to use all the possible ranks. All choices initially have the lowest possible rank. Note: “No opinion” is not the same as the lowest possible rank; it means that you choose not to rank this choice with respect to the other choices.

Ballot reporting is enabled for this poll. Your ballot (the rankings you assign to choices) will be visible in the poll results when the poll ends. However, your ballot will still be anonymous: no personally identifying information will appear.

 Choice Rank
Bar exams.
Confirmation hearings for Supreme Court Justices.
Fundamental constitutional right to compensate for attenuated sense of manhood by carrying dangerous firearms.
Fundamental constitutional right to speak freely, unless it is in support of a group deemed, for political reasons, a "terrorist" organization.
George W. Bush is the former President.
High quality domestic airline service.
High quality legal education available at a reasonable price.
Law professors are well-paid.
Low taxes and widespread poverty.
No Clintons in the White House.
Only two wars currently being waged in foreign countries.
Real Houswives.
Red states and blue states.
Rush Limbaugh and Sarah Palin together should destroy the Republican Party.
U.S. News rankings.
War crimes go unpunished when committed by Americans.

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