4 votes

Poll: Obama leads Romney and Paul by only a point in Florida

Raleigh, N.C. – In what has been perpetually one of the closest and most important states in the last few presidential elections, President Obama now leads two of his potential opponents by only a single point. The leader in the Florida primary, per yesterday’s release, Mitt Romney trails only 46-45, up from 47-43 in June. The surprise is the other candidate breathing down his neck: Ron Paul, who lags only 45-44.


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Bill O'Reilly's presidential poll

Hi everyone,

I wanted to let you all know that Bill O'Reilly has a poll up right now asking who you favor for president! Go to billoreilly.com and click on Ron Paul!



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Ron Paul 51%, Obama 49%. New Harris Poll

Head to head against Obama, only two Republicans are beating him. Ron Paul beats Obama 51% to 49% according to the latest Harris Poll. Everyone else, except Romney, lose pretty big against Obama.


Here's a Yahoo News story covering this and also mentioning several other polls showing good match up numbers for Ron Paul. Someone needs to send to to Candy Crowley.


2 votes

New Iowa Poll

Ron Paul is in fourth place in a new Iowa poll, but is only 3 points out of second place, according to an American Research Group survey.

The breakdown is
Romney - 21%
Bachmann - 15%
Perry - 14%
Paul - 12%

Among people who say they will definitely attend the caucus, Romney leads at 19%, with Bachmann at 15% and Paul at 14%.


9 votes

Paul 51%, Obama 49% (Harris Poll)

On Drudge (in red): POLL: Paul beats Obama 51-49...


24 votes

Another Shot for 'The Industry' to open for a famous band. UPDATE: Got the most votes but shot down!


Thanks to everyone who voted for us, "The Industry", to open for "The Parlotones" this Friday here in Atlanta. The good news is, Thanks To You, That we got the most votes. However, their agent sent this message along today.

From Agent:
due to prior support bookings there aren’t any spots available.

So we will not be opening for them this Friday after all. Which is pretty lame if you ask me.

If anyone is interested here's the Agent's email address:

12 votes

Losing to Cain! Poll: Post Debate "Who Won" O'Reilly 9/27

Yep, another poll. I don't know if click-through is being monitored, if your browser transmits it, so if in doubt, don't click the link. Just copy and paste it, or go straight to FoxNews.com and find the poll.

http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/oreilly/index.html -- Look to the right, about one page down.

At the time of this post, Cain's in first and Paul's in close second.

9 votes

Presidential Poll on O'Reilly Factor

If you can stomach it, go to Bill O'Reilly's Web Site and vote for Ron Paul in the poll down at the left of the page.

O'Reilly will announce the winner on Thursday. There is no feedback on this poll, so let's see if he is honest or not.

[and, don't judge me. I accidentally had O'Reilly's show on in the background, and I was too lazy to get up and get the remote to change it.]

36 votes

Harris Poll: Paul beats Obama 51-49

UPDATE: Now linked on DRUDGE.

The Good Doctor is getting his due...

By Greg McDonald | News Max

"Mitt Romney stands the best chance among Republican presidential contenders of beating President Barack Obama in next year’s election, according to a new Harris Interactive poll released Tuesday.

3 votes

Fox Daily Poll - Vote


Above is a fox daily poll. Currently Cain is in the lead, followed by Paul

16 votes

Harris Poll: Romney, Ron Paul Best Obama

While survey participants gave Romney a 53 percent to 47 percent edge over Obama in a general election race, they said Paul could also beat Obama by 51 percent to 49 percent.

When matched up against other Republican candidates however, Obama beats them all, including Texas Gov. Rick Perry by 51 percent to 49 percent.


1 vote

Bill O'reilly online poll . Go vote now!


go vote for Ron Paul on this online poll now!

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RP RCP Average numbers - second after Romney

Compare the chances of each candidate. Perry trails Paul. Sorry if this has already been posted.

2 votes

IL Straw Poll

Illinois will be holding a straw poll one year before the general election. Interesting enough they will be doing online voting as well. We need to get the word out as this should be an easy poll for Ron Paul to win, all it takes is IL residents to donate at least $5.00 and they can vote in person or online.

Link to the website:

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