I thought all us older folks were the problem and it was the youngsters who supported Ron Paul. Actually, I never thought that, I was just told that over and over by the campaign.
True 1) I was an active DP member in 2007/2008.
True 2) I voted for Ron Paul in 2008.
false 3) I voted for another Republican in the primary/caucuses.
false 4) I voted for a Democrat in the primary/caucuses.
false 5) I voted for McCain in the 07/08 general.
false 6) I voted for Obama in the 07/08 general.
51 7) age:
Idaho 8) state:
retired / farmer 9) occupation:
F 10) sex, M/F:
1988 / 2007 (I always voted for the Libertarian presidential candidate. I voted for him in 1988, but did not even pay attention to his name.) 11) year I first heard of Ron Paul:
Positive 12) first impression of Ron Paul (pos, neg, unsure):
Since I heard the term - 30-ish 13) number of years I've considered myself a libertarian:
5, although really never - I hold some "Conservative" values. 14) number of years I've considered myself a conservative:
Never, although I hold some "liberal" values. 15) number of years I've considered myself a liberal:
End the wars, end the Fed, although I no longer expect anything positive to happen through political channels. 16) list Ron Paul positions/views that are important to you in order of priority (e.g.: foreign policy, monetary policy, return to gold standard, reduce size of government, civil rights, end drug prohibition, repeal patriot act, etc.)
Ron Paul supports a new 9-11 investigation.
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