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Bad Girls of Hollywood: Paris Hilton, Britney Spears Viewed Unfavorably by 71%

Pop diva Britney Spears and “The Simple Life” star Paris are both viewed unfavorably by 71% of American adults. Hilton, who was arrested for a DUI in September, is viewed favorably by a mere 12%, essentially unchanged from our previous survey. Spears is frequently criticized for her parenting skills and recently received bad press for showing off her private parts to the paparazzi. Only 13% have a favorable opinion of the “Oops I Did It Again” singer. The survey reveals that some of Hollywood’s other troublesome women fare better in the ratings largely because they are not as well known.

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