Here are the public figures that scare Americans the most

It’s 9 p.m., and it seems as though the stream of trick-or-treaters has finally subsided. You begin flicking off the lights and putting away the unclaimed candy. Outside, the murmurs of chattering children and sounds of their shuffling feet have faded away, leaving only an occasional rustling of leaves.You’ve settled onto your couch when — BAM BAM BAM — there’s a pounding at the door. Startled, you make your way over to greet the latecomer.

Over the course of the past two months, the polling firm YouGov has asked Americans their views of dozens of public figures, from television hosts to international leaders to prominent American politicians and their families.

In that case, simply imagine that more horrifying individual showing up at your house unannounced, asking for your email so that you can be sent fundraising emails or offering you informational material about their pet causes.

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