New York -- Glenn Beck is changing his image.
Nazi outfits are out, and funny t-shirts are in, because data showed his viewers had issues with his clothing picks.
Jerry's Funny T-Shirts, owned by a Rush Limbaugh, is also a new sponsor of the Glenn Beck show, and that might have something to do with his clothing picks.
"I do not bow to corporations, but I do love my funny t-shirts, because they shows my funny side." Glenn Beck said on his radio program.
"God told me that Jerry's Funny T-Shirts is a great sponsor for my program." Glenn Beck added.
A recent poll showed that Glenn Becks new wardrobe was an improvement, with 87% saying they liked the new shirts, 10% saying they didn't like the new shirts, and 3% didn't care.