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Biglobe Poll: Most Popular April 2012 Anime

posted on 2012-03-09 19:30 EST by Jennifer Sherman

The Japanese Internet service provider BIGLOBE posted the results on Friday of a pre-broadcast survey on the most popular anime that will premiere in Japan this April. This is not an official BIGLOBE survey, but a survey conducted by a user named "480255@anime1" under BIGLOBE's Anime Ranking Maker system.

Among the 2,848 self-selected responses from users of BIGLOBE's Anime One portal site, these were the top 37 choices:

Rank Title Votes
1 Saki Achiga-hen episode of side-A 286
2 Fate/Zero 2 284
3 Hyō-ka: You can't escape 281
4 Kore wa Zombie Desu ka? of the Dead 174
5 Medaka Box 145
6 Accel World 130
6 EUREKA SEVEN AO 130
8 Sakamichi no Apollon 118
9 Kimi to Boku. 2 110
10 Kuroko no Basuke 95
11 Shining Hearts: Shiawase no Pan- 87
11 Phi Brain - Kami no Puzzle 87
13 Shirokuma Café 74
14 Sankarea 62
15 tsuritama 61
16 Natsu-iro Kiseki 57
17 Nyarko-san: Another Crawling Chaos 56
18 Dusk maiden of Amnesia 54
19 Saint Seiya Omega 51
20 AKB0048 48
21 Zetman 45
21 Hiiro no Kakera 45
23 Uchū Kyōdai 37
24 Queen's Blade: Rebellion 33
25 Jormungand 30
26 Pretty Rhythm Dear My Future 29
27 Nazo no Kanojo X 27
28 Acchi Kocchi 26
28 Jewelpet Kira☆Deco—! 26
28 Himitsu Kessha Taka no Tsume (new series) 26
31 Arashi no Yoru ni: Himitsu no Tomodachi 25
32 Ginga e Kickoff!! 24
33 Yurumates 3D 21
34 Transformers Prime 20
35 Sengoku Collection 16
36 Upotte!! 14
36 Train Hero 14

In December, BIGLOBE announced the results of its official survey results on which winter anime that voters were most interested in. Tantei Opera Milky Holmes Dai-Ni-Maku, Nisemonogatari, and Listen to Me Girls, I'm Your Father! topped that poll. BIGLOBE also conducted a survey in January on the most popular fall anime. Fate/Zero, Ben-To, and Boku wa Tomodachi ga Sukunai ranked at the top.

[Via Yaraon!]

Update: Medaka Box typo fixed. Thanks, Surrender Artist.


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