Top 2012 GOP candidates loved and hated by American conservative bloggers

Who is the most popular public figure among bloggers on the right side of the Blogosphere? Sen. Marco Rubio, R-FL, Rep. Paul Ryan, R-WI, and Gov. Scott Walker, R-WI, scored second, third and fourth most popular, respectively.

But you may be amazed by the name of the winner in's Second Annual Ultimate Like/Dislike Poll of Famous People on the Right.

Here's a hint: Before, congressmen told him what he could do. Now, he tells them what they can't do.

And who is the most disliked famous Righty among the Right bloggers? David Frum, Joe Scarborough and Kathleen Parker were, respectively, second, third and fourth.

Here's a hint: This winner voted for the biggest loser in 2004.

John Hawkins is the guy behind He's got the goods on the most and least popular presidential candidates on the Right, too. And much, much more. It's unscientific and all, but read it anyway.

Go here for more results and don't miss the slideshow of winners, whiners and losers. You can even tell us what you think about each of them. Just remember – The Examiner is a family newspaper.

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