She's not going to win a popularity contest any time soon.
Casey Anthony, the 25-year-old Floridan found not guilty last month of killing her 2-year-old daughter, has been deemed America's most hated person in a new poll.
Anthony took top billing in the "total dislike" category of the survey, with 94 percent of respondents ranking her negatively, according to E-Poll Market Research.
She scored above -- or, depending on how you look at it, below -- reality TV personality Spencer Pratt, Nadya "Octomom" Suleman and O.J. Simpson, who received poor marks from 88, 87 and 85 percent of respondents, respectively.
PHOTOS: AMERICA'S MOST HATED
Casey Anthony, the 25-year-old Floridian who was acquitted of charges of murdering her 2-year-old daughter, is the most hated person in America, according to a survey released by E-Poll Research.
Spencer Pratt, best known for his roll on MTV's The Hills, is No. 2 on the most-hated list.
Nadya Suleman burst into the public eye when she gave birth to octuplets in 2009. The "Octomom" has 14 children, all conceived through in vitro fertilization from a donor.
Once one of the most popular athletes in the world, O.J. Simpson became a reviled figure after the 1994 murder of his wife and her friend, even though he was acquitted of all criminal charges. In 2008, he was convicted of a hotel robbery and sentenced to 33 years.
No. 5 on the most hated list, Jon Gosselin, who once starred with his former wife, Kate, on TLC's Jon & Kate Plus 8.
Levi Johnston, the former fiance of Bristol Palin, ranks No. 6 on the most hated list.
Former "Monster Garage" star Jesse James earned the public's wrath in 2010, when gossip sites were reporting that he was cheating on wife Sandra Bullock with Michelle McGee.
Paris Hilton could have earned her place at No. 8 on this dishonor roll for any one of many reasons, including her legal issues, her bad acting, her highly public personal life . . . or the fact that resentment often comes with being famously wealthy.
"Hollywood Madam" Heidi Fleiss is yet another public figure who became infamous due to a criminal trial. She served three years in prison for tax evasion.
Howard Stern, the famously obnoxious self-described "King of All Media," either couldn't care less that he is No. 10 on this list . . . or is deeply disappointed he didn't rank higher.
For the so-called E-Score Celebrity poll, E-Poll Market Research claims it contacted 1,100 respondents ages 13 and older in the first week of August and asked them if they had heard of a number of celebrities.
If the respondents were aware of the stars, the researchers asked them if they liked or disliked the celebs, the E-Poll blog notes.
The poll does not indicate a margin of error, UPI points out.
Anthony was also considered the most "cold" celebrity, with 60 percent of respondents using that term to describe her. Only 43 percent called O.J. Simpson "cold," according to The Orlando Sentinel.
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