VOTES: Pop Goes the Century

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With its 150-plus malls nationwide brimming with shoppers during the holidays, Indianapolis-based Simon Property Group and partner Pepsi-Cola, whose Joy of Cola tour played Simon malls through fall and winter, put the masses to work casting votes for the best of pop culture in the 20th century. Here are the people’s choices. (Write-ins peppered the top five in several categories. Ah, democracy.)

COOLEST CAR

1. Viper

2. Mustang

3. Jeep

4. Corvette

5. Write-in

FAVORITE KIND OF MOVIE

1. Comedy

2. Action-Adventure

3. Romantic Comedy

4. Drama

5. Horror

MOST AMAZING EVENT

1. Man walks on moon

2. Electricity

3. World Wide Web

4. Heart transplant

5. Penicillin

FAVORITE KIND OF MUSIC

1. Rock

2. Country

3. Pop

4. Write-in

5. R&B

MOST POPULAR FASHION TREND

1. Blue jeans

2. Bikini

3. Body piercing

4. Tattoos

5. Miniskirt

PEOPLE WITH GREATEST POSITIVE IMPACT

1. Mother Theresa

2. John F. Kennedy

3. Albert Einstein

4. Write-in

5. Rosa Parks

MOST CRAVED FOOD

1. Pizza

2. Chocolate

3. French fries

4. Ice cream

5. Hamburger

FAVORITE HANGOUTS

1. Mall

2. Friend’s house

3. Beach

4. Write-in

5. Front porch swing

FAVORITE TEAM SPORT

1. Football

2. Baseball

3. Basketball

4. Volleyball

5. Soccer

FAVORITE TV SHOW

1. Write-in

2. M*A*S*H

3. Friends

4. The Simpsons

5. Saturday Night Live

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