It is disturbing that this article is making the rounds on media twitter. This article is as accurate as a buzzfeed listicle. Anyone with a Marketing 101 course under their belt knows that you need a sample size of at least 300 to have any results with a high confidence percentage. Not to mention that the authors sample population is not random. Lawyers shouldn't do market research, and lawyer bloggers shouldn't turn those results into articles that give off an aura of credibility.
@joeclark um, what is HTML? Also, the list seems to be in order? There are 14 bullet points of candidates. Maybe you are having trouble with your web browser. I switched to Fire Fox and many issues I had were resolved.