Archive for the 'Polls' Category
This is from a TownHall e-mail that unfortunately I don’t have a direct link to. A link to the results can be found below, but not the text.
The July results are in and Texas Rep. Ron Paul has prevailed again despite slightly losing some support. Since we began polling in January, Ron Paul has now won three times.
The biggest news from July might be the biggest mover and shaker. Another Texan, Governor Rick Perry rocketed from 6th place all the way to 2nd with a huge increase of almost 11 points! That’s pretty impressive for someone who isn’t officially running!
May’s Straw Poll winner Herman Cain continues to slide. After peaking at 24.8% he has slipped all the way to 10.6%, having lost 7.6 points this month…
Paul continues to do well in Internet polls, even when TownHall readers are not his base. Cain, who I predicted would be the conservative break-out candidate, continues to fade. Bachmann, whose top tier status I didn’t expect, still has a way to go to become the conservative alternative to Romney. All the love for Perry, who hasn’t announced, reflects dissatisfaction with the current field.
As you would expect given News with Views readership, you know who is winning, but Michele Bachmann is getting more love than I would have expected.
Personal Note: I will have limited computer access for the next few days. See you in a few unless my hotel has a free computer.
This is an early Citizens Party 2012 Presidential Preference Poll of announced, expected to announce, possibly announcing candidates and draft and expected draft candidates.
The Citizens Party is a mixed bag on the issues, populist on economics, strongly anti-immigration, but liberal on socials issue.
The reason I post this is because one of the candidates is Paul Craig Roberts. I would vote for PCR in a heartbeat assuming he is pro-life. Consider a vote for PCR to bump him up in the poll.
HT: Robert Stark
RunRonPaul.com has the story.
While the online poll conducted by CNN shows Ron Paul as the clear winner with 75% of the votes, CNN reporters pull a fast one by citing a lesser known poll hosted at National Journal claiming Ron Paul came in at 0%.
CNN discards their own poll in favor of another poll that shows results more to their liking.
This is overt propaganda.
The National Journal poll cited by CNN now shows Ron Paul in the lead with 33% of the vote.
Call CNN: 404-827-1500
I realize that online polls are not scientific and tend to reflect the enthusiasm of the candidate’s base, but CNN should have at least reported the results of their own online poll since the purpose of an online poll is generally to direct attention to their website.