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Tuesday night, many of us will be glued to our TVs or Twitter feeds, tuning in for up-to-the-minute coverage of the 2012 presidential election. While a night in front of the screen might be a typical Tuesday for many, the close race -- not to mention the viewing parties -- could make for a potentially late night.
In fact, more than half of Americans already know they'll be staying up later than usual on election night, according to a recent Tempur-Pedic and Edelman Berland survey. Of the 1,000 American adults polled, 52 percent said they expect to be up past their normal bedtimes. In fact, the average American will stay up more than 90 minutes later than a typical Tuesday night, according to the survey. Read full blog post at The Huffington Post.