Australian pop singer Kylie Minogue is one well known personality with whom most British men would share a bed-in protest, while ace footballer David Beckham topped the poll for women.
Beatle star John Lennon and Yoko Ono spent their honeymoon in bed at the Amsterdam Hilton 40 years ago this month, protesting against the Vietnam war.
The Sleep Council decided to mark the anniversary of the iconic bed-in by conducted a survey to determine which celebrities are considered to be ideal protest partners by the English, reports Contactmusic.
The survey revealed that about 43 per cent British men would protest in bed with Kylie, while Beckham topped the poll for the ladies.
The surveyors also observed that US president Barack Obama was in third place overall.
The list of top favourites personalities also included Martin Luther King, Winston Churchill, and Lennon himself.
The Sleep Council survey also found that the current issues that would most prompt people to get into bed and protest are world peace, paying less tax, British jobs for British workers, freedom of speech, animal rights, and children''s rights.