Even in today's partisan political climate, you'd think their would be some activities -- like going to the movie theater -- that would transcend party lines. Well, not according to a recent study done by The Hollywood Reporter. In a poll featuring both liberal and conservative voters, 35 percent of Republicans (and 45 percent of tea party members) consider an actor's political position when seeing a film as opposed to 20 percent of Democrats. The study also pinpoints the percentage of people who purposely avoid an actor's movie due to their political preferences.