What do Lance Armstrong and Manti Te'o have in common?
They're among the top 10 most disliked athletes, according to a new survey.
Forbes reports a Nielson/E-Poll shows Armstrong and Te'o tied in the number one spot, appealing to only about 15 percent of the public.
It took Armstrong's confession that he doped for nearly 20 years while bicycling competitively to earn the top spot. It took Te'o just one winning college football season at Notre Dame and a fake girlfriend, despite his admission that he was a victim in the hoax.
Tiger Woods helped round out the top three with just 19 percent appeal, which has been pretty consistent since his cheating scandal broke in 2009.
In the middle of the pack are Lakers forward Metta World Peace and Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler, who tied with 21 percent appeal, Yankee third baseman Alex Rodriguez with 22 percent and Philadelphia Eagles QB Michael Vick 23 percent.
NASCAR's Kurt Busch, Lakers shooting guard Kobe Bryant and Dallas Cowboys QB Tony Romo round out the list with 27 percent appeal each.
Find the complete Forbes story on America's most disliked athletes at http://onforb.es/WCqyoJ.
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