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2012 Presidential Poll/Survey needs a lot of help

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Cain currently has the most #1 votes.

So the best way to change #s on the poll would be to vote Paul at #1 and Cain at #10

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Bad News

The bad news here is that by reading the numbers in this poll it's really easy to see all the dailypaul votes....easy to see most all the first place votes to paul and second to johnson...but what we need is those outside of our group voting for ron paul......here's the bad news.....look at how many people are clicking the number 10 button for paul.... A LOT.

baubaublacksheep

Ha, ha!

Ron's pulled ahead of Bachmann. Keep stuffing her down for a bit. I don't mind her being higher than 6 or 7 others but no way can she be even with Ron.

New Hampshire and Ecuador.

Contrary to what I said earlier,

give some 3's and 4's to Rudy, Mitt, and Newt since they're in the back of the pack.

New Hampshire and Ecuador.

Is Gary beating

Is Gary beating Bachmann?

Gary is our ace in the hole. We need to support him as much as Rand and Ron.

Keep giving Gary Johnson a 2, Bachmann a 10, and Cain a 9.

Of course this site's namesake gets #1.

New Hampshire and Ecuador.

We've pulled even!

Keep it up! FIREFOX!

New Hampshire and Ecuador.

Ron is catching Bachmann!

Just a point behind. Keep giving Bachmann the old double digit. FIREFOX!

New Hampshire and Ecuador.

Results as of 10pm EST

596 votes

Michele Bachmann 4.1
Ron Paul 4.3
Gary Johnson 4.8
Herman Cain 4.8
Tim Pawlenty 5.0
Sarah Palin 5.0
Rick Santorum 5.7
Newt Gingrich 6.9
Rudy Giuliani 7.1
Mitt Romney 7.4

Current results--Vote Bachman 10,

Herman Cain 5.0
Michele Bachmann 4.1
Tim Pawlenty 5.1
Mitt Romney 7.5
Rick Santorum 5.7
Newt Gingrich 6.9
Sarah Palin 5.0
Ron Paul 4.0
Gary Johnson 4.6
Rudy Giuliani 7.1

Vote 9 and 10 for the leaders, except Ron Paul of course...and maybe even Gary Johnson. He's doing well too--3rd place.

Vote 1 for RP
Vote 2 for GJ
Vote 8 Herman Cain
Vote 9 Sarah Palin
Vote 10 Michelle Bachmann

No, put Gary Johnson just under Ron Paul.

He would be your second choice on this list, wouldn't he?

New Hampshire and Ecuador.

Gary Johnston?

Gary Johnston?

All-American actor who graduated lowa University summa cum laude
with a double major in theatre and world languages.
You've been at the top of every acting class since you were a child.
Top-gun-actor.

http://images.wikia.com/teamamerica/images/9/93/Team_america...

Dirka dirka dirka

Dirka dirka dirka

Romney is losing this poll

Romney is losing this poll and Paul is winning. Awesome results.

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What a

strange survey that was! At least to me that was very odd. So am I misreading the results by understanding that Giuliani is doing quite well?? In second place after Romney? Really? I left a comment supporting Ron Paul.
Results:

Businessman Herman Cain
367 4.9
Representative Michele Bachmann of Minnesota
367 4.2
Former Governor Tim Pawlenty of Minnesota
367 5.0
Former Governor Mitt Romney of Massachusetts
367 7.5
Former Senator Rick Santorum
367 5.7
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich of Georgia
367 6.9
Former Governor Sarah Palin of Alaska
367 4.9
Representative Ron Paul of Texas
367 4.1
Former Governor Gary Johnson
367 4.7
Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani of New York
367 7.1

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Now Ron Paul is leading.

Representative Ron Paul of Texas

366 4.1 [lowest # = highest ranking]

Thanks for

that clarification, Steve...LOL

O.P.O.G.G. - Fighting the attempted devolution of the rEVOLution
Ron Paul 2012...and beyond
BAN ELECTRONIC VOTING!!

SteveMT's picture

Habit4: Overenthusiatist supportors could miss the nuance...

of this poll. Just trying to help.

I get really excited when Ron Paul is winning...overenthusiastic myself!

They had to invent a new

They had to invent a new polling formula so the poll might look competitive? This is a useless poll. How do you indicate the candidates that you wouldn't even elect as dog catcher?

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Done. Ron Paul in second place: 4.3; Bachmann leading w/4.1 rank

My comment left there:

Ron Paul is the only candidate in this race worthy of my vote. I would not vote for any of the other candidates.

1 = MOST LIKELY VOTE FOR
# of Responses /Ranking Score*
Businessman Herman Cain

345 / 4.7
Representative Michele Bachmann of Minnesota

345 / 4.1
Former Governor Tim Pawlenty of Minnesota

345 / 5.0
Former Governor Mitt Romney of Massachusetts

345 / 7.5
Former Senator Rick Santorum

345 / 5.7
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich of Georgia

345 / 6.9
Former Governor Sarah Palin of Alaska

345 / 4.9
Representative Ron Paul of Texas

345 / 4.3
Former Governor Gary Johnson

345 / 4.8
Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani of New York

345 / 7.1
*The Ranking Score is the weighted average calculated by dividing the sum of all weighted rankings by the number of total responses.

I didn't read carefully and assigned Ron the most "points" :-[

Be sure to put Ron at #1 and stuff the current leaders, Romney, Gingrich, and Giuliani into the 8, 9, and 10 categories.

New Hampshire and Ecuador.

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Exactly what I did.

I was looking for even higher numbers.

I had to take it twice more to neutralize and fix my error.

Good ole Firefox!

New Hampshire and Ecuador.

That was fun,

although meaningless. I doubt I'd vote for any of the other candidates at all.

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Ranking the candidates is a ridiculous attempt by the pollster to try to be original. Were not picking our favorite desserts where at least some degree of likability can be assumed. There is only one candidate there that I'd vote for. As for the rest... it has been said, a vote for the lesser of two evils is still a vote for evil. No thanks.

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what is disturbing

is that Ron Paul has the largest percentage of 10's from the survey takers. So either there are some Paul haters out there or this survey is pretty lopsided.

bump

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