Would Barack Obama rather run against "Metro Minty," "Ethnic Wronging," or "Cranium Stork?"
Only four sitting North Carolina U.S. Representatives or U.S. Senators have won a gubernatorial election in state history, and only one in the last 100 years.
Romney has worn a blue tie in 17 of 18 presidential debates; his opponents usually wear red and Gingrich has not worn a blue tie once.
Bachmann clues have netted Jeopardy! contestants $1,200 over the past year
Obama's SOTU addresses have the lowest average Flesch-Kincaid score of any modern president; Obama owns three of the six lowest-scoring addresses since FDR.
Romney makes more Sunshine State references in the NBC debate than Gingrich, Paul, and Santorum combined.
Individuals still filing at a rate of nearly one per day; men file at a 10:1 rate over women.
The former House Speaker has received the moderator's first question in six of the last seven debates.
The Palmetto State is one of nearly two-dozen states with a perfect record in picking eventual GOP presidential nominees since 1980.
"I think I've done a pretty good job, actually."
FOX gives the GOP frontrunner 8 minutes and 23 seconds more speaking time than his closest competitor - the largest gap in the debates thus far.
Only an acting governor and a governor who died on a Civil War relief expedition will have served fewer days in office than Walker.
The Texas governor receives less support in the Granite State than many forgotten presidential candidates.
Santorum blinks while speaking at more than twice the rate of the rest of the GOP field.
The GOP frontrunner doubles up on Paul, Gingrich, and Huntsman and triples the speaking time of Perry.
Five Kennedys in Joe's ancestral line have logged more than 92 years of service in Congress - besting the Longs of Louisiana by 21 years.
The Minnesota congresswoman sets a trio of unwelcome records after her poor showing in Iowa Tuesday.
Santorum could be the only presidential candidate to win the Iowa caucuses and no other state; the current low mark is held by Tom Harkin in 1992 with just two states.