Survey Reveals Movie Characters Look Smarter With Glasses

By, Special for  USDR, a leading online retailer for prescription eyewear, announces the results of  its latest “Smart Survey Series” in which individuals nationwide provided their point of view on whether iconic movie characters looked smarter with or without  glasses.

Movie characters are constantly put to the test, from Superman’s fight against Bizarro to
Harry Potter’s constant battles with Lord Voldemort. Beating these villains takes strength, agility and intelligence. The recent survey aimed to find out if characters were perceived as smarter when wearing glasses. According to the survey, 95% of participants voted Mrs. Doubtfire looked smarter with glasses, compared to Peter Parker (92%), Superman (90%), Harry Potter(85%), Indiana Jones (77%), Skeeter (74%), Deloris (71%), and Elle Woods  (69%).

Movies are a great form of entertainment, and wants to provide consumers with the proper eyewear to enjoy their favorite films. “These surveys give us insights into our customers’ perceptions and creates an opportunity for us to share our message that buying glasses online is smarter, in a fun and innovative way,” said Daniel Rothman, CEO of

The “Smart Survey Series” is an extension of the brand’s YouTube campaign which showcases the truth behind the long-standing stereotype that those who wear glasses are smarter. The light-hearted video has received five million viewers and can be enjoyed  here.

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Founded in 2008, is a leading online retailer for prescription eyewear. Offering a variety of high-quality designer and in-house brands in a wide-range of styles – single vision glasses, multifocals, sunglasses, sports glasses, safety glasses, computer glasses and more – was built on the belief that purchasing eyewear shouldn’t break the bank. On a mission to change the way consumers purchase eyewear, is the smart way to buy glasses and has been recognized by Internet Retailer as a “Top-500 E-Retailer” five years in a row. For more information, please,, GlassesUSA and


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