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Today's Poll: 09/02/2015

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Who is the best official Disney Princess? Submitted By Team Swagbucks, CA
Tiana
Mulan
Pocahontas
Jasmine
Belle
Ariel
Cinderella
Aurora (Sleeping Beauty)
Snow White
Merida
Rapunzel
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bruin95
on 09/02/15
How about another choice.....who cares?
jb3r2
on 09/02/15
I was looking for that choice
myownwestsidesto
on 09/02/15
i was so torn between cinderella belle and ariel. but i love them all because im a disney freak! wish i could of picked them all
renainoue
on 09/02/15
People are wondering where's Princess Sophia and from Frozen, Princess Anna and Elsa.(before Elsa became queen)
per Disney Princess website:
http://princess.disney.com/
List of Official Disney Princesses: (only 11 so far)
Cinderella
Belle
Rapunzel
Snow White
Ariel
Mulan
Aurora
Jasmine
Tiana
Merida
Pocahontas
aznkat826
on 09/02/15
Mulan & Pocahontas are not official Disney princesses. Milan because she was not nor did she marry into royalty and Pocahontas because her people did not have the same monarchy concept; she was simply the chief's daughter.
renainoue
on 09/02/15
susieqt liked this  
Actually in the Disney Universe they are Disney Princesses. per Disney Princess website:
http://princess.disney.com/
List of Official Disney Princesses:
Cinderella
Belle
Rapunzel
Snow White
Ariel
Mulan
Aurora
Jasmine
Tiana
Merida
Pocahontas
aznkat826
on 09/02/15
brokinht2 liked this  
Mulan* stupid auto-correct...
Winnerwoman
on 09/02/15
extremelibrary and 3 others liked this  
Why was there no "I don't care" choice?
renainoue
on 09/02/15
Ran out of space? (also no Princess sophia or anna)
GreenPhoenix
on 09/02/15
Seriously! WHY do Disney princesses even merit a poll?
joshieandmarci
on 09/02/15
susieqt and 1 others liked this  
Who is Merida? Did they mean Megara? From Hercules?
renainoue
on 09/02/15
susieqt liked this  
Pixar's very 1st female protagonist, Scottish Princess Merida, in Brave, is the headstrong and free-spirited 16-year-old tomboyish, willful daughter of Queen Elinor, Despite Elinor's desire to see Merida as a proper royal lady, Merida is an impetuous girl who wants to take control of her own destiny. Merida is a very brave, bold, daring, courageous, stubborn, rebellious and headstrong girl who does not Fit the Stereotypical Princess Role. Rather than being a damsel in distress who is subservient to the customs, traditions, and social restrictions her society places on her and expects her to follow, Merida openly rebels and defies her heritage as a princess (to marry the 1st born Prince of one of the 3 clans) and would like for nothing more than to be a normal girl. She is very athletic and enjoys nothing more than riding her horse Angus and practicing her archery, of which she is the best in the kingdom. She also seems to be skilled in sword fighting, as shown in the Brave featurette "Cutting the Class". She tends to be ungraceful and has bad manners, (like her father) and is extremely tomboyish. She is also shown to be very adventurous and brave, as she enjoys wandering around the forests that surround her kingdom and even climbed the Crone's Tooth and drank from the fire falls, something her father has mentioned that only the bravest kings have done.
Amberly2
on 09/02/15
trtlsoup liked this  
She's from Brave .And she's the best one IMO.
Chellyyy
on 09/02/15
She's the chick from Brave
Sananora
on 09/02/15
Isn't she the princess from Brave?
FessaBarbie
on 09/02/15
mgtheman
on 09/02/15
Raynarose777 and 1 others liked this  
Helvetica.
ArcticWolfJD
on 09/02/15
lol
Miba327
on 09/02/15
Mulan isn't a princess though, is she? Whats his name was just a general or something, not a prince.
ikarelm
on 09/02/15
The movie is in the "Disney Princess" franchise however
Greenebeard
on 09/02/15
The general was actually the emperors son, so she became one through marriage
ArcticWolfJD
on 09/02/15
That's what I thought.
zemas
on 09/02/15
where is the Choice for the real! Disney Princess "Isabella Garcia Shapiro & Emma Swan"!
renainoue
on 09/02/15
"Isabella Garcia Shapiro" is from Phineas and Ferb. a Disney Channel TV show. and Emma Swan is from the TV show, "once upon a time". The Disney Princesses on the list are from the Disney Animated Movies.
ammo
on 09/02/15
throwing a dart at the list of names...
Riverlin
on 09/02/15
Lisharr and 4 others liked this  
Cinderella?
She was a total victim! That's the problem with Disney princesses. For decades they created beautiful women who went from stifling conditions where they had to deny themselves anything even close to a personality so they could be safe to being "freed" by a man. Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty, Belle, Ariel, Jasmine, Snow White - the whole lot of them.
TERRIBLE EXAMPLES FOR YOUNG KIDS!
And Pocahantus? That story was twisted and only resembles their reality with the names they used. She died miserably. It's a good thing Americans are generally completely ignorant of their own history or Disney have made hardly any money on that one.
Disney's classic "a parent is dead" theme is just soooooo over.
Pixar has a much, much better lesson. Joy in Inside Out was a dedicated fearless protector but Riley was awesome! She didn't do that whole "I'm ashamed of my boy-like sport" or tried to be a beautiful girl in hopes of marrying a nice man to tame her.
renainoue
on 09/02/15
Also Pixar's very 1st female protagonist, Scottish Princess Merida, is the headstrong and free-spirited 16-year-old tomboyish, willful daughter of Queen Elinor, Despite Elinor's desire to see Merida as a proper royal lady, Merida is an impetuous girl who wants to take control of her own destiny. Merida is a very brave, bold, daring, courageous, stubborn, rebellious and headstrong girl who does not fit the stereotypical princess role. Rather than being a damsel in distress who is subservient to the customs, traditions, and social restrictions her society places on her and expects her to follow, Merida openly rebels and defies her heritage as a princess (to marry the 1st born Prince of one of the 3 clans) and would like for nothing more than to be a normal girl. She is very athletic and enjoys nothing more than riding her horse Angus and practicing her archery, of which she is the best in the kingdom. She also seems to be skilled in sword fighting, as shown in the Brave featurette "Cutting the Class". She tends to be ungraceful and has bad manners, (like her father) and is extremely tomboyish. She is also shown to be very adventurous and brave, as she enjoys wandering around the forests that surround her kingdom and even climbed the Crone's Tooth and drank from the fire falls, something her father has mentioned that only the bravest kings have done.
Lisharr
on 09/02/15
Yes! I was wondering the same thing when I saw that Cinderella was leading. Even though she was selfless, for a long time she existed only to serve her family. She was a doormat who only became something when a male "liberated" her, and that's not a good example for children, especially girls. With many of their princess movies, Disney tends to focus the whole plot around the triumph of a few weeks or even days of love.
tyefire28
on 09/02/15
interresting
LittleOneMom
on 09/02/15
Where is the "I don't care" option?
booomclap
on 09/02/15
morimunda liked this  
Why nobody from frozen lol
That should be a popular answer
MaleficDan
on 09/02/15
AngryTank liked this  
you mean QUEEN Elsa?
AngryTank
on 09/02/15
L
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KeggOBeer
on 09/02/15
jasonecohen and 1 others liked this  
Just let it go...
JillAlexandra
on 09/02/15
aalia liked this  
Perhaps it was to keep people from "singing" the song from Frozen in the comments. Some parents are probably taking meds JUST because of hearing that song WAY TOO MUCH!!!
morimunda
on 09/02/15
I thought the same but your reason could be why! :o
AngryTank
on 09/02/15
HappyTank liked this  
You are all morons... Sleeping Beauty's castle rests in the middle of the park... All you idiots take pictures in front of it...
SparkleBee
on 09/02/15
ikarelm and 6 others liked this  
The worst would be easy- Ariel. She's a spoiled brat who rebels against her father/the king and puts herself and even her father in danger to marry a complete stranger who can't tell the difference between her and Ursula. It only turns out happy in the end because it's a Disney movie.
If Esmeralda was a princess she might be my favorite, otherwise it would have to be Belle who likes reading (like me), stays in the Beast's castle so her dad can be set free, and is able to see both Gaston and the Beast for who they are on the inside. Tiana is a close second.
LizDyl2010
on 09/02/15
Lisharr liked this  
"It only turns out happy in the end because it's a Disney movie."
Well they had to because it's Disney. The original Hans Christen Anderson story is heartbreaking. She never gets her voice back, watches the Prince marry her rival after months (not 3 days) and then dies and turns into sea foam. The end.
And I don't think the original Has Christen Anderson mermaid was selfish; just in love and wanting a different life.
Lisharr
on 09/02/15
Yeah, Disney waters down a lot of material in order to make it "appropriate" for children. I think Ariel just came off as selfish in the movie because she was only considering herself when she made the deal with Ursula. To me, it sometimes seems like Disney tries to make a character fit the traditional mold (spirited, joyful, kind, adventurous, impulsive, etc.), and it alters the audience's perception of the characters a lot.
grimmdolly
on 09/02/15
In the original version of the Little Mermaid she kills herself at the end rather than kill the prince whom she loves. (she has to kill him to remain human)
kkwaltz
on 09/02/15
LadyJavert liked this  
Aaah, but she did apologize "Daddy, I'm sorry! I didn't mean too!" and honestly I think it's impossible to hate her for being an a-typical teenager, who thinks she knows what she's doing when she really doesn't. Did she learn anything? No. I think King Triton was the character who got the most development. He went from prejudiced and prone to angry outbursts, to understanding and willing to let his child make her own decisions (albeit bad ones. Honestly based on her personality I think Ariel would leave Eric eventually, probably to become a ballerina like how she wanted in the TV series. That girl can't be tamed).
Lisharr
on 09/02/15
Hah! I never really got into the Disney princess things as a child, but yes, some of them were sort of selfish.

I personally wouldn't choose Esmeralda as a favorite because in the book she was in love with Phoebus, who was a womanizer. She was willing to sacrifice everything for him, and when she found out he didn't love her, she felt life wasn't worth living. Even though she was kind, that was a result of her naivet┬ŁThen again, Disney did alter the plot of the book a lot, so the movie probably depicts everything in a more positive light.

Belle, Tiana, Pocahantas, Mulan, and Merida were probably my favorites of those listed in the poll because they weren't entirely dependent on love to be happy, and they sacrificed to help their friends and family.
aalia
on 09/02/15
MaleficDan liked this  
Here's my poll:

Have you ever tried putting honey into your eyes?

A. Sure did and it was very interesting!
B. Nope. Never thought of doing that!
C. Why do I care?
MaleficDan
on 09/02/15
C.
collegegal007
on 09/02/15
jenrose23 and 1 others liked this  
Sorry if it has already been said, but Mulan is not a princess.
Greenebeard
on 09/02/15
actually after saving the emperor and marrying the general (the emperors son) she sort of does become a princess by marriage.
marlaub
on 09/02/15
ikarelm liked this  
but she is considered a "Disney Princess"
JillAlexandra
on 09/02/15
WhiteFireWolf liked this  
I think their general conclusion is that any staring role female in a Disney movie is a Princess.
ikarelm
on 09/02/15
Nope... there is a "Disney Princess" franchise and Mulan is a part of it. There are many other Disney movies with female protagonists that are not in the franchise.
Moosecheese
on 09/02/15
Getting Kingdom Hearts vibe from this poll.
mgtheman
on 09/02/15
The question is invalid, so I picked Ti'Ana. She can write a mean book, but her child rearing leaves something to be desired.
MistyMustang
on 09/02/15
MaleficDan and 3 others liked this  
I love that Tiana's dream is to open her own restaurant and is all self sufficient. Bell is a weirdo for falling in love with the guy who locked her kindly old father in a dungeon. Talk about Stockholm syndrome.
morimunda
on 09/02/15
I'd usually agree with this except that she actually became friends with Beast after he started go change. The film showed us how they both changed and grew as people especially the prince, so by gones were by gones.
ArcticWolfJD
on 09/02/15
morimunda liked this  
Really? I thought that was kinda beautiful the way they both changed.
KeggOBeer
on 09/02/15
aalia and 1 others liked this  
I was looking for Princess Leia. She's a Disney princess now, is she not?
BowtieMeerkats
on 09/02/15
cruelas and 1 others liked this  
Think of Disney... Think of princesses... BAM Cinderella.
ArcticWolfJD
on 09/02/15
I always thought of Sleeping Beauty. That one's really a classic. Well, they both are.
ArcticWolfJD
on 09/02/15
Classic fairy tale, though. Dragon and all!
Roguewordluver
on 09/02/15
I don't like any of them, but I wanted that point.
Roguewordluver
on 09/02/15
I don't like any of them, but I wanted that point.
marlaub
on 09/02/15
liloxdduckie liked this  
This is the kind of poll I am here for.
ChibiTrap
on 09/02/15
marlaub liked this  
Through a convoluted of tenuous connections, Loki is actually the best Disney Princess.
markanthonyusa
on 09/02/15
I always identify with the male characters in any movie I watch or read but who could refuse to be the Prince or Prince Charming to these girls... or should I say women? Although I live in a Republic and respect republican and democratic opposition to titles of royalty, surely we all admire a touch of nobility in the persons around us. Those "small traits" that enable us to see our world from a better perspective. I treated my mother and grandmothers and even my aunts as "queens" for the most part and believe the males in my family to be of superior learning, breeding and ability. Thank you, Disney, for these examples of who we all might become.
AndrewRobarts
on 09/02/15
"Best" in what way(s)?
AndrewRobarts
on 09/02/15
"Best" in what way(s)?
sbbrewerst
on 09/02/15
Merida is the only one with realistic hair.
duckettali
on 09/02/15
Cinderella
clueless46060
on 09/02/15
dbh777 and 2 others liked this  
Where is the I can care less option.
aalia
on 09/02/15
dbh777 liked this  
I second that...
swaguser57066201
on 09/02/15
aalia liked this  
i feel like i am cinderella. just cleaning and not relaxing make me feel like her but i hope i can end up marry the prince of my dream
aalia
on 09/02/15
Wouldn't that be nice?
Writebiz
on 09/02/15
Cinderella...in the lead! Yes!
redk
on 09/02/15
Anna
bxclu
on 09/02/15
its the classics that get remembered
iSSAKi
on 09/02/15
BUT i love Snow White :'(
cgff
on 09/02/15
iSSAKi liked this  
I don't like how they took a real-life relative of mine and changed her story into something completely different.
dawn728
on 09/02/15
Who was that?
kkwaltz
on 09/02/15
... Pocahontas? Or if it's Anastasia, you can't blame Disney for that one.
Miba327
on 09/02/15
marlaub liked this  
Anastasia wasn't disney.
kkwaltz
on 09/02/15
I know, hence why I said "you can't blame Disney for that".

Also, how many y'all related to Pocahontas? I just responded to another Powhatan descendant a second ago this is nuts.
LizDyl2010
on 09/02/15
No, it was Ariel! LMFAO
RealPTrap
on 09/02/15
kkwaltz liked this  
Pocahontas is beautiful role model for any person. She seems young with her curiosity and openness to learn new things, new cultures and one can see that through her adventurous spirit. Yet, she seems wise when making decisions. She is in tune with nature and her environment. She is not tied down by society's rules.
Pepin909
on 09/02/15
Miba327 liked this  
She's actually one of my ancestors and it's infuriating how far from the actual person they took it. She looked nothing like the Disney fabrication and there is but a mere whiff of the recorded historic account of her life.
kkwaltz
on 09/02/15
If it makes you feel any better, they did try to correct themselves with the direct to video sequel :( albeit she's still not twelve (she was supposed to be twelve, right?) but Disney has a habit of aging up their princesses if they're not already in their teens, probably to facilitate a romantic subplot...
newmask
on 09/02/15
I don't think any of them are good. Snow White contributed most to Disney history, so I guess I'll pick her.
greenloco
on 09/02/15
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kkwaltz
on 09/02/15
It's true. They made so much progress in the 90s and then after a few great years (I'm gonna say the Disney Renaissance - Lilo and Stitch) they dropped the ball. So badly. I swear they should've made Aida a movie. An Egyptian Princess movie! With Elton John music! What a dream <3
tamarabass
on 09/02/15
JillAlexandra and 1 others liked this  
After Belle, all of their princesses were of non-European ancestry until, I think Rapunzel. It appears that they switched from focusing on multiculturalism to feminism. Probably due to justifiable concerns about how how they were representing women - their roles in society, their personal power, etc.

Of course, it's not like they were doing an awesome job with the multiculturalism. And there's no reason one's heroine can't be both strong AND of an ethnicity other than European.
alec100016811250
on 09/02/15
MaleficDan liked this  
To be fair, most of Disney's target audience is also sooooo white. Haha and didn't they come out with a princess who wasn't white in the past couple years?
kkwaltz
on 09/02/15
JillAlexandra liked this  
No. Disney's audience is THE WORLD. They've got international channels, two parks in the Continental US, one in Hawaii, one in France, one in Japan, and two in China. And Princess and The Frog? That came out a decade ago. Wake up.
reenie526
on 09/02/15
Cinderella is the big favorite in our family, but Tiana is a close second, except for our redhead who of course loves Merida!
TheEpitomeOfLazy
on 09/02/15
kkwaltz liked this  
i almost cried. I got 51 SB in one search. Thank you Dalton's Atomic Theory!
TheEpitomeOfLazy
on 09/02/15
Guys
ReuRoo
on 09/02/15
fairmaidenwhite liked this  
Cinderella in the lead. It must be a shoe thing.
SaintKen
on 09/02/15
nanarockz4ever and 2 others liked this  
Where are Elsa and Anna?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?!?
grimmdolly
on 09/02/15
Miba327 liked this  
Elsa is a queen.
SHigh2001
on 09/02/15
Elsa was obviously a princess before she became queen. And Anna's still a princess.
Kasandra97
on 09/02/15
Ariel
imlucky10
on 09/02/15
x3jillian and 2 others liked this  
Mulan was brave and willing to sacrifice herself to protect her family and her country. Hard to top that.
grimmdolly
on 09/02/15
fairmaidenwhite and 1 others liked this  
Mulan is not really a princess. She is a warrior and has no ties to the Emperor. In the second movie she is to protect the 3 princesses.
juicycouture88
on 09/02/15
kkwaltz and 1 others liked this  
Pocahontas.......
pkejesusfreak
on 09/02/15
Kida

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