The Government-Shutdown Game: Late-Night Comedy Roundup

Jimmy Fallon conducts his own precise polling, Obama considers claiming Kenyan citizenship after all — and more.

What can the Republican and Democratic parties do to stay favorable in public opinion polls?

Survey says: absolutely nothing.

Jimmy Fallon gives the very precise results of his own polling data.

Plus, Obamacare's online health exchange has everyone in a tiffy over the long wait times. In the meantime, everyone's playing the government shutdown game.

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