'Tonight Show' Host Voted Most Popular Dinner Party Guest
Condoleezza Rice tops women to be invited to dinner
The nighttime talk show host topped an Esquire poll of men that readers would like to invite to share the evening meal with them.
Leno received 37 percent of the vote, while former prez Bill Clinton came in second, trailed by Oscar winner George Clooney and then Dubya himself, President Bush.
Among other questions in the 29-question survey were: "Who is the most admired man?"(Colin Powell first, then Clinton, Bill Gates and then Bush) and "... least admired man?" (a first for Bush, then Clinton).
Topping the list of notable women who readers would like at a dinner party is Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, who was followed by Oprah Winfrey and then new mom Angelina Jolie.
The poll randomly questioned men aged 25 and older. Complete results are in the currently July issue of the magazine.