Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Watson Will Be Great Politicians, Poll Says

Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Watson Will Be Great Politicians, Poll Says
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What could you say about Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Watson becoming political leaders one day? Apparently, many think they will be perfect for politics!


Based on a latest survey on which celebrities have the potential to politically lead people, the 25-year-old “Hunger Games” star Jennifer Lawrence dominated the list, as reported by Newsweek.

Adding to the list of most trustworthy political leaders is the 25-year-old “Harry Potter” actress Emma Watson. The 40-year-old football superstar David Beckham is also highly regarded.

According to the poll results commissioned by Lionsgate UK to mark the release of “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2,” the respondents voted for Jennifer Lawrence because they perceive her as an honest and genuine person. They also view her as an individual with a strong personality.

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Meanwhile, Emma Watson scored big for being a feminist. Her campaigning for United Nations for its gender equality advocacy is viewed positively.

The other stars who made it to the cut of likely good leaders were Idris Elba, Sylvester Stallone and “House of Cards’” Kevin Spacey.

Even though Watson’s feminist campaign is widely appreciated, there are also some who cannot stand her female empowerment strategies. Still, the actress does not care. Esquire reported that “The Perks of Being a Wallflower” actress made a strong statement about some critics’ comments that her feminism has become “a growing cancer.” She said she does not mind what people call her, no matter how negative.

“We are not supposed to talk about money, because people will think you’re ‘difficult’ or a ‘diva.’ But there’s a willingness now to be like, ‘Fine. Call me a ‘diva’, call me a ‘feminazi’, call me ‘difficult’, call me a ‘First World feminist’, call me whatever you want,” she said. “It’s not going to stop me from trying to do the right thing and make sure that the right thing happens,” she added.