Vanity Fair and "60 Minutes" conducted a little poll of Americans' answers to an eclectic set of questions you may not have known were pressing. On the number one issue — "If you had to live the rest of your life in either Los Angeles or New York City, which one would you choose?" — the responses broke down this way.
Who favors New York, and by how much:
People 45 and under (58-32 percent)
Who favors Los Angeles, and by how much:
People over 45 (48-33 percent)
Some other attitudes you may not have appreciated fully before:
More women than men want their hamburgers well done, while more men prefer medium rare.
More people in all ages would prefer to follow the tweets of President Obama over those of the Dalai Lama, the pope, Ashton Kutcher or Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer.
Income predicts whether you think God has more love or disappointment for the human race. The richer you are, the less likely you are to say disappointment.
77 percent of Democrats agree that Rush Limbaugh is "offensive and usually wrong." 56% of Republicans agree that he's "entertaining and usually right." Independents reject Limbaugh by more than 2 to 1.
Given a free trip to Europe, but required to skip one country on a list, more Democrats chose Germany to omit and more Republicans chose France.
LA Observed photo: Steps of the Metropolitan Museum, Fifth Avenue, Manhattan