Time magazine has revealed its final seven candidates for Person of the Year, and one Mr. Steven P. Jobs has made the list. Though the editors of Time have already chosen the winner (to be announced on The Today Show on Wednesday morning), MSNBC.com wants to know who us average folk would vote for.

At the risk of our audience being slightly biased, I'm going to release the same poll here. So vote below, and don't feel bad if you don't think Steve should get it. He's already won another little award this year.
Who should win Time's 2009 Person of the Year?
Steve Jobs3630 (49.9%)
Ben Bernanke, Chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve213 (2.9%)
The Chinese worker, because without them you wouldn't have 90% of the things in your house.1504 (20.7%)
Nancy Pelosi, U.S. Speaker of the House58 (0.8%)
Stanley McChrystal, Commander, U.S. Forces, Afghanistan242 (3.3%)
Usain Bolt, Jamaican sprinter and Olympic gold medalist 270 (3.7%)
Barack Obama, President of the U.S.1364 (18.7%)

UPDATE: TIME's Person of the Year 2009 is Federal Reserve Chair Ben Bernanke.

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