A majority of American beer drinkers prefer domestic beer and their favorite is Budweiser, according to a new Rasmussen Reports telephone poll. Sixty-nine percent of the respondents said they choose domestic beer over imports. And the most popular brand was Budweiser, with 25 percent saying that's the beer they are most likely to drink. Miller was second at 19 percent. Samuel Adams was third at 7 percent. Coors, Heineken, Corona, Pabst and Guinness followed. (Twenty-five percent choose some other brand.) The poll also showed that Americans love light beer, with 49 percent saying that's their beer of choice. It wasn't a huge sampling of beer drinkers. Only 345 folks nationwide were surveyed at the end of last month. The margin of error is plus or minus 5 percent. To read the company's report, click here.