A NASH Country Pulse Poll reveals what would happen if Country music stars went back-to-school. Country radio listeners across the U.S. were polled using Katz Media's national consumer panel. Here are some findings:
  • With a boring study hall on their schedule, respondents would be looking to Blake Shelton to save them. Over half the respondents (57%) voted Blake Shelton as the class clown. 
  • Sliding through in the living room in their socks, these participants (27%) felt like jamming out to Garth Brooks' "Friends in Low Places" for their "Risky Business" moment. 
  • With 39% of the votes, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill were chosen as the Homecoming King and Queen; with runner-ups Garth Brooks and Trisha Yearwood holding 23% of the votes. 
  • After the crowning of the Homecoming King and Queen, 30% of the respondents said they would want to slow dance to "When You Say Nothing At All," by Allison Krause. 
  • Reba McEntire is a school favorite among the respondents, as one in four indicated the Country superstar would make the best music teacher. 
  • 61% of respondents felt the most important item on their back to school shopping list is clothes. 
  • For their Back-to-School style inspiration, the ladies turned to Miranda Lambert (39%) with Carrie Underwood in a close second at 34%. Meanwhile, Dierks Bentley was the clear choice among men, pulling in 47% of the male votes. 
  • The Dixie Chicks literally take the cake as the Country group to most likely make the first throw in a cafeteria food fight. 28% of the respondents voted for the girl group; Zac Brown Band followed right behind them with 25% of the votes.


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