Big Brother 18 Popularity Poll – Week 2

Your votes are in from the first week of our Big Brother 18 popularity poll so let’s get ready to see how the Houseguests stack up along with casting your vote for the next round of polling.

Big Brother 18 Memory Wall featuring Houseguests

It looks like the newbies didn’t stand a chance against the returning Vets and sibling stunt casts during our first round of voting. All six spots were easily taken by those players with the top ranked newbie as Corey and Zakiyah right behind him. Meanwhile, the Revolution didn’t rank so well.

Jozea ended up at the very, very bottom of the results with just 0.35% of the overall poll out of more than ten thousand votes cast. His allies didn’t fare much better either with only Natalie climbing in to the whole number range and even beating out Glenn, who surpassed all the rest of the Revolution HGs.

We’ve got our starting point for the season now and can begin to track the rise and fall for the Big Brother Houseguests’ popularity this season. Making big moves can help even the seemingly less popular players climb the ranks quickly so the board is open to shifts.

Be sure to scroll down to and cast your vote for our BB18 Week Two poll and you’ve got all week to keep voting each day before we close and tally the numbers.

Big Brother 18 Popularity Poll Results – Week 1:

  1. James Huling – 26.1%
  2. Nicole Franzel – 22.7%
  3. Frank Eudy – 17.6%
  4. Paulie Calafiore – 10.2%
  5. Da’Vonne Rogers – 8.5%
  6. Tiffany Rousso – 3.5%
  7. Corey Brooks – 2.5%
  8. Zakiyah Everette – 1.7%
  9. Michelle Meyer – 1.6%
  10. Natalie Negrotti – 1.5%
  11. Glenn Garcia – 0.79%
  12. Paul Abrahamian – 0.78%
  13. Bridgette Dunning – 0.76%
  14. Bronte D’Acquisto – 0.61%
  15. Victor Arroyo – 0.6%
  16. Jozea Flores – 0.35%

Who earned your vote this week? Share your thoughts below.


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    • It’s because he’s lighthearted and fun, and no matter what happened last year in the house, he stayed that way. Even when he talks about last season he doesn’t seem salty.

    • I agree with Disqus’ comment. This week though, I won’t begrudge him because he did offer to go up for the alliance in Tiffs place and threw the HOH comp. He seems to be the quiet worker bee and hasn’t been shaken up by anything he’s heard. So he’s done ok this week, pranks notwithstanding. :)

    • I think it’s his friendly and easy going personality. But yeah I can see your concern.

      Personally I think JMac should’ve won last year. He made BB17 as hilarious as it is

  1. Not surprising that the Revolution alliance is at the bottom of the poll. Anyone paying attention to the comment sections, as well as the updates on pages like this, Joker’s, and Morty’s, proves that the fans don’t like them. Even the BB execs are acknowledging it, if you listen to the phrasing during the recaps in the episodes.

  2. lol funny that Glenn pulled ahead of so many people for the first week! For added humility, I voted for him this week.

  3. If Paul stays a bit longer and learns fast how to play this game and keeps his mouth shut, he’ll probably move ahead of Michelle and even Zakiyah in the popularity ratings. He has the redemption quality about him while Frank and Day for the matter will go down like Jesse James.

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