Tiger Woods tops 'do-over' celebs in poll

Feb. 16, 2010 at 3:08 PM

TORONTO, Feb. 16 (UPI) -- A poll of Canadians on what and whom they believe should "do over," or "right the wrong and relive the right" say golfer Tiger Woods is the top candidate.

The poll done for Do Over Day founder Jeff Will said of 1,017 people surveyed, 28 percent named Woods as the leading celebrity who would benefit from backtracking and rethinking his alleged infidelities.

Actress Lindsay Lohan garnered 13 percent of votes to rethink her problems with addiction and rehab, the survey said.

Asked what should be righted for 2009, the top response was the international reaction to the H1N1 flu outbreak by 40 percent of respondents. The bailout of the automotive industry was second at 29 percent, Wills said in a release from Toronto.

On the positive side, one-third of respondents said they would like to do over a trip they went on, the survey showed.

The www.dooverday.ca Web site lists such entries as "The extra round of shooters at the office party seemed like a good idea at the time," signed by "Presently Unemployed, Toronto."

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