Poll: Americans Want To Travel Through Time Marist College surveyed 1,000 people. They asked: If you could have super powers, which powers would you want? Some people want to fly. Some want to be teleported from one place to another. Others prefer to be invisible. A top choice is time travel which tied with mind reading.
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Poll: Americans Want To Travel Through Time

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Poll: Americans Want To Travel Through Time

Poll: Americans Want To Travel Through Time

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Marist College surveyed 1,000 people. They asked: If you could have super powers, which powers would you want? Some people want to fly. Some want to be teleported from one place to another. Others prefer to be invisible. A top choice is time travel which tied with mind reading.

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