Howard K. Stern Viewed More Credible Among Women than Men
Majority of Americans Report Stern is Out for Anna Nicole's Money
Flemington, NJ, February 21, 2007 — Results from a national focus group revealed that more women (41%) than men (31%) believe that Howard K. Stern’s testimony “was credible” on the witness stand yesterday.
The study was conducted by HCD Research on February 20-21, to obtain Americans’ views on Howard K. Stern’s testimony during the Anna Nicole Smith hearing.
Among the findings:
- Among all responders 44% indicated that Stern’s testimony was not credible, compared to 39% who reported that it was not credible. Among male and female responders, 56% of male responders reported that Stern’s testimony was not credible compared to 40% of females.
Responders were also asked if they believed Stern’s statement that “he was not” interested in the inheritance that Anna Nicole Smith left behind.
- Among all responders, 56% reported that they did not believe Stern’s statement about not being interested in the inheritance. Among male and female responders, 68% of male responders indicated that they did not believe Stern’s statement compared to 52% of females who reported that they don not believe his statement.
To view detailed results of the study go to: www.mediacurves.com
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