SCINTILLA, Neb. -- A poll taken among Nobel Prize winners about who these people would vote for in the next Presidential election revealed an astounding result.
The figures showed that if the election were held today among these 48 Nobel Prize winners, John Kerry would win by 100 percent.
In a letter endorsing Kerry, 48 scientists said the Bush administration is undermining the nation's future.
"If we can get a lot of other people to think the way these very smart people are thinking, we can win the election by a large margin," said a Kerry spokesperson.
Dr. Burton Richter, the 1976 Nobel laureate in physics, said it was unusual for such a large number of Nobel winners to endorse a particular political candidate.
A Nobel loser, Dr. Franz Kutkids, said that he was going to vote for Kerry and that he thought "even Nobel losers will be against Mr. Bush in November."