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The Top 5 Most-Hated Men In America

Kanye? Chris Brown? The Biebs?  Who is the male celebrity that gets on your last nerve?  For Ramona, she will forever hate actor Russell Crowe.

E-Score surveyed 1,100 Americans ages 13-49 from a wide variety of demographics.  Here's a countdown of the most-hated men in America, and what percentage of Americans hate them:

5) Justin Bieber (86%)
Given his public antics, from peeing in mop buckets to getting arrested for DUI, it's not even remotely shocking that he's one of the most-hated men in the U.S. 

Heck, people went so far as to petition the White House to deport him.

4) Conrad Murray (88%)
Dr. Conrad Murray was found guilty back in November 2011 of involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson. 

Though Murray served time in prison and was released in October 2013, his medical license is still suspended in California, Nevada and Texas.

3) O.J. Simpson (88%)
It's impossible to forget the O.J. Simpson trial in which he was acquitted of the murders of Nicole Brown and Ronald Goldman. 

If people didn't hate him after that, they surely did after he was arrested and convicted of armed robbery and kidnapping in 2007.  He's currently serving nine to 33 years in prison, and will be eligible for parole in 2017.

2) Bernie Madoff (90%)
Americans still hate Bernie Madoff after he orchestrated the largest Ponzi scheme in history, defrauding investors out of billions of dollars.

He's currently serving a 150-year prison sentence; Madoff will have to serve 80% (120 years) of his prison sentence before he's eligible for parole.

1) Donald Sterling (92%)
The most hated man in America right now is the one who's been all over the news recently: disgraced L.A. Clippers owner Donald Sterling. 

He was caught on tape making racist comments, and was subsequently banned from the NBA for life.  His wife, Shelly Sterling, just made a deal to sell the Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer for $2 billion.

Most-Hated Man "Honorable Mentions": Phil Spector (83%), Aaron Hernandez (83%), Michael Lohan (76%), Eliot Spitzer (73%) and Jon Gosselin (71%).