Skip to comments.RESULTS - YESTERDAY'S Early Freerepublic.com straw vote FOR GOP PRES. NOMINATION
Posted on 02/03/2010 11:04:16 AM PST by RED SOUTH
Looks like Palin is the overwhelming choice of freepers who voted!
Palin - 102 votes
None Of The Above - 12 votes
Barbour - 10 votes
Hunter - 8 votes
Demint - 7 votes
Pence - 3 votes
Ryan - 3 votes
Jindal - 2 votes
Jeb Bush - 2 votes
Liz Cheney - 2 votes
Mitch Daniels - 2 votes
Newt Gingrich - 2 votes
Thune, Gary Johnson, Joe Wilson, Scott Brown and rick Perry all got a vote.
No Votes for Romney or Huckabee ....
Bob J will be deeply disappointed.
160 total votes out of ???? Freepers.
Not much interest - too early?
No Votes for Romney
The pro-Romney crowd used to be so loud here. Guess now that Romney’s not paying for his “buzz” the bees aren’t buzzing.
Just goes to show that the educated people at FR are 'way ahead of the curve. Somebody needs to let the deadly duo how poorly they fared. Maybe they'll take a hint.
I never saw the post.
I’m shocked. Shocked! McCain got no votes.
I am still perplexed as to how McCain ever got the nomination.
"guess my Gaga/Clinton ticket didn't make the cut"
What straw poll?
no Ron Paul votes?
Good result. Statistically insignificant, though.
I missed the poll but I just wanna say:
ALRIGHT SARAH; YOU GO GIRL!!!
Romney would have been a far better POTUS than Obama.
If there are better GOP candidates out there - they should show their mettle and man up. The dilemma is - Pubbies are either too obnoxious or too humble.
Interesting. This was about as rigged as a Chicago election in an ACORN district. ;P
Im shocked. Shocked! McCain got no votes.
LOL. That is just too good.
Has anyone noticed? Huck is putting the weight back on. Starting to look like an Arkansas Razorback again.
“I am still perplexed as to how McCain ever got the nomination.”
He’s the media’s boy.
Ignorance brought us McCain. We need to get smarter...FAST.
Poll after the 2008 election:
Voters Unaware of Candidates Immigration Positions; McCain Supporters Farthest Off the Mark
# Only 34 percent of McCain voters, 42 percent of Clinton voters, and 52 percent of Obama voters correctly identified their candidate as favoring eventual citizenship for illegal immigrants who meet certain requirements.
# Of McCain voters, 35 percent mistakenly thought he favored enforcement that would cause illegals to return home, another 10 percent thought he wanted mass deportations, and 21 percent didnt know his position.
# Voters often held different positions from the candidate they supported. Only 31 percent of McCain voters had the same immigration position as he does[snip]
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