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Netflix Members Predict Oscar Winners

In a politically-charged season that appears to be dividing the country by gender, geography and generations, Americans seem surprisingly united in their views of the other big race this year, Sunday's 80th annual Academy Awards.

In a survey of some 25,000 Netflix (Nasdaq: NFLX) members conducted by the world's largest online movie rental service, men and women, red states and blue states, young and old spoke loudly and clearly in predicting who will walk away with Oscar's most coveted prizes as Hollywood prepares for its biggest night of the year.

Conducted by Netflix over the last month, the online poll queried members across the United States, asking for predictions in nine key categories. The full results are as follows:

Best Picture
42% "No Country for Old Men"
19% "There Will Be Blood"
17% "Atonement"
13% "Juno"
9% "Michael Clayton"

Best Actor
62% Daniel Day-Lewis for "There Will Be Blood"
17% Johnny Depp for "Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street"
12% George Clooney for "Michael Clayton"
5% Viggo Mortensen for "Eastern Promises"
4% Tommy Lee Jones for "In the Valley of Elah"

Best Actress
30% Ellen Page for "Juno"
27% Julie Christie for "Away from Her"
22% Cate Blanchett for "Elizabeth: The Golden Age"
14% Marion Cotillard for "La Vie en Rose"
7% Laura Linney for "The Savages"

Best Supporting Actor
58% Javier Bardem for "No Country for Old Men"
16% Philip Seymour Hoffman for "Charlie Wilson's War"
10% Hal Holbrook for "Into the Wild"
9% Casey Affleck for "The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford"
7% Tom Wilkinson for "Michael Clayton"

Best Supporting Actress
30% Cate Blanchett for "I'm Not There"
26% Ruby Dee for "American Gangster"
15% Amy Ryan for "Gone Baby Gone"
15% Tilda Swinton for "Michael Clayton"
14% Saoirse Ronan for "Atonement"

Best Animated Feature
81% "Ratatouille"
14% "Persepolis"
5% "Surf's Up"

Best Directing
55% Joel and Ethan Coen for "No Country for Old Men"
20% Paul Thomas Anderson for "There Will Be Blood"
11% Jason Reitman for "Juno"
9% Tony Gilroy for "Michael Clayton"
5% Julian Schnabel for "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly"

Best Adapted Screenplay
41% "No Country for Old Men"
27% "Atonement"
16% "There Will Be Blood"
10% "The Diving Bell and the Butterfly"
6% "Away from Her"

Best Original Screenplay
60% "Juno"
24% "Michael Clayton"
7% "Ratatouille"
5% "Lars and the Real Girl"
4% "The Savages"