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Which Super Junior Member Do enewsWorld Readers Think Will Make the Best Leader Next?

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2012.10.23 20:00 Mwave Nancy Lee

The results are in, and we’re ready to announce which Super Junior member our readers decided was cut out to take over for Leeteuk once he enlists in the army later this month.

We expected the competition to be much closer, but one Super Junior member rose to the ranks in last week’s poll.

Which Super Junior Member Do enewsWorld Readers Think Will Make the Best Leader Next?

Be careful what you wish for, Eunhyuk, because it might just come true!

Eunhyuk beat out his fellow members, garnering 40.6 percent of the votes. And that’s pretty impressive, considering the pie was split nine ways.

But in case Eunhyuk is feeling a little uneasy about the prospect of becoming Super Junior’s next leader, now we know he has the support of our readers to bolster him up.

Following in second place was Yesung with 19.6 percent of the votes, while Siwon came in at a close third with 14.6 percent of the votes.

The group’s maknae Kyuhyun beat out the other members for fourth place, recording 8 percent of the votes, while Donghae, Kangin and Sungmin followed with 5,5 percent, 4 percent and 3.6 percent of the votes, respectively.

Ryeowook and Shindong rounded out the bottom two, garnering 2.1 percent and 2 percent of readers’ votes, respectively.

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