Sheen’s Media Blitz Changes Opinions on the Star–But It’s Probably Not What He Had in Mind

Mar 3, 2011  •  Post A Comment

A survey from consumer research company HCD indicates Charlie Sheen’s recent media blitz is changing people’s opinions on the actor, reports the Los Angeles Times’ Show Tracker blog.

The study shows more people view Sheen negatively after the week-long media tour, the story says. More people also agree with CBS’s decision to shut down "Two and a Half Men" for the rest of the season.

Following Sheen’s appearance this week on ABC’s "Good Morning America," 64% of those polled agree with CBS’s decision to halt the show, compared with 54% before Sheen appeared on the program, the story notes.

About 85% of the people polled said they don’t think Sheen can remain drug-free. Those surveyed also viewed him as less likable, less believable and less sincere.

One Comment

  1. no surprise about Sheen’s popularity drop. he is behaving like a typical dry alcoholic, angry,defiant,defensive. he has not realized sobriety takes a lot more work to stick on the wall. Good for CBS, and Big Bang is doing better anyway

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