This Sunday, we'll all know the results of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. That's all well and good but they don't buy tickets. Real people that shell out real money for tickets voiced their Oscar choices.  Here's what they had to say:

 

Harris Interactive surveyed 2,239 random selected American adults on which of the nine Best Picture Oscar nominees they liked best. ‘The Help’ garnered the most votes getting 21 percent of the vote.  Also rans include: ‘Moneyball’ (seven percent) ‘The Artist’ (six percent), ‘Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close’ (five percent), ‘The Descendants’ (five percent), and ‘Hugo’ also came in with  five percent of the vote.

Thirty-four percent of the polls respondents conceded they didn’t know what film should win and six percent thought this year’s award should go to a movie which was not nominated.

[Harris Interactive]