New York, Mar 8: A survey has found that US First Lady Michelle Obama is more likely to leave women feeling hot.
The Quinnipiac's "national thermometer" measurement asked voters to rate leaders from 0 to 100 degrees, with the highest numbers reflecting the warmest feelings, the New York Post reported.
Michelle, 47, scored the highest rating overall, with a 60.1-degree reading, and was also some three degrees hotter than her husband, Barack Obama, 49, who finished in fourth place.
The women took a special liking to Michelle, with 33 percent of them saying she warmed them up to more than 80 degrees, a stat that only 22 percent of men agreed with.
Meanwhile, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, 48, was voted as the one who can set men's temperatures rising, with some 13 percent of women saying he was hotter than 60 degrees.
Overall, Christie made voters heat up to 57 degrees, trailing only the first lady and second place finisher, former President Bill Clinton.
The survey of nearly 2,000 registered voters had a margin of error of 2.3 percentage points. (ANI)
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