It's nice to see that Americans still hold some things sacred. Forty-five percent of those asked would make no changes to the Constitution. Some changes were obvious (women's suffrage) and some didn't work (prohibition) but by and large this noble document has served us well. Of the people that would make a change if they could, 20 percent would abolish the Electoral College (too late to help Al Gore). Thirteen percent would lessen the separation between church and state and 11 percent would limit the right to bear arms. Very few people would mess with the presidency.