1% are those who cheat and assume everybody does and so at least a candidate who's admitted to doing it is honest about it and it can't be used against him (or her).
The other 1% are those who deliberately answer surveys in the most ridiculous ways to skew results.
I am occasionally in one of those 1% groups.
Meanwhile, a career in American politics is something I'm going to have to avoid.
Largely because I'm Canadian, and have zero public speaking skills. But this doesn't help matters.