And then there's people named "Jo", "JoJo" and/or "Josephine".
"Spot on Kalbahamut. It's not like I think the site should change to fit my perspective just because I think Harry Potter is drastically over-represented. I can either avoid those quizzes or become less ignorant on Harry Potter."
You can't possibly compare Harry Potter which is a global phenomena and a billion dollar franchise to an American sports star. Also this quiz kinda falls under the "general knowledge" category, am I really going to avoid that category because there are obscure questions about American athletes?
Although now I look again it doesn't say 10 most famous people named Joe. And I don't know how you would let people guess his name - Joseph Christ?
2. Christ is not the surname of Jesus, it is just a word derived from the Ancient Greek "Christos", which was really just a translation of the Hebrew "Moshiach", which means "Anointed" and can be transliterated into English as Messiah.