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Martin Sheen's West Wing president is public choice for 10 Downing Street

6 January 2012 4:16 PM, PST | The Geek Files | See recent The Geek Files news »

Martin Sheen'S portrayal of Us President Josiah Bartlett in The West Wing has been voted the fictional head of state people would most like to see take over from David Cameron to run Britain.

To celebrate the release of The Iron Lady, which sees Meryl Streep playing former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, subscription service LOVEFiLM asked over 1,500 film and TV fans to identify the on-screen political leader they would elect to No 10 Downing Street.

Sheen's character from the hit television drama secured 18 per cent of the vote.

The White House proved an attractive source of contenders, with several other American leaders from film and TV making the top 10. The full list is included below.

The Top 10 Leaders

1. President Josiah Bartlett (Martin Sheen) - West Wing (18 per cent)

2. President Tom Beck (Morgan Freeman) - Deep Impact (16 per cent)

3. President James Marshall (Harrison Ford) - Air Force One (12 per cent)

4. President Thomas J. »

- David Bentley

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