Who Do You Want Giving You The Call?There's Still Time To Vote!

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A major upset seems to be in the works in our reader poll of which CNBC woman should get the job of hosting the Call, whch airs each day at 11 am. Melissa Francis and Rebecca Jarvis have taken the first and second place, beating both the Money Honey Maria Bartiromo and Street Sweetie Erin Burnett. Trish Regan, Becky Quick and Burnett are all jockeying in the second tier. Margaret Brennan trails then. Bringing up the rear, we have Bartiromo and Michelle Caruso Carrerra.
But all this could change. There is still time to vote for your favored anchor. After the jump, we bring you the poll and the latest results!

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