'Fit to Be President' Heats Up Presidential Race With Hot-Button Questions About Who Belongs in the White House

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Americans are revealing their real feelings and convictions about who belongs in the White House at "Fit to Be President," the first website inviting everyday Americans to rate and discuss the presidential candidates according to 10 key Fit Factors.

Who is fit to be President?

Identity Holdings, Inc. (IHI) has unveiled Fit to Be President as part of an integrated network for personal and societal growth, the KnowMeNow Universe.

Fit to Be President is the first website inviting everyday Americans to rate and discuss the presidential candidates according to 10 key Fit Factors. Featuring national polling data conducted by Zogby International, as well as daily tracking of users' opinions, the site is a fascinating look at the factors that people think matter most in an American leader -- and how the current crop of candidates measures up.

On the poll-rich website, Americans are encouraged to answer the complex question, "Who is fit to be President?" by examining 10 Fit Factors including "package" (physical appearance), "pursuits" (leisure activities), and "perspectives" (vision and beliefs).

Hilary Clinton's greatest strength as a presidential candidate is "passion," according to a national poll conducted by Zogby International. Barak Obama scores highest on "presence," while Rudy Guiliani gets high marks for "passages" and "potential."

The Fit Factors are a unique way to spark dialogue about social, corporate and political standards in today's world. Fit to Be President exposes the unspoken values, hidden qualifications and social norms that really determine who winds up in the White House...or who gets promoted to the VP role...or who lands a coveted spot at Yale.

About the KnowMeNow Universe:
The KnowMeNowUniverse includes includes a flagship social networking tool, KnowMeNow.

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