Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Ron Paul: the Polls Against

I participate in Zogby's online interactive polling system, the poll method which will eventually replace phone polling.

After completing a poll today on cell phone service, I went reading past online poll results, and I found this interesting bit:

October 20, 2007

Zogby Poll: Half Say They Would Never Vote for Hillary Clinton for President

While she is winning wide support in nationwide samples among Democrats in the race for their party’s presidential nomination, half of likely voters nationwide said they would never vote for New York Sen. Hillary Clinton, a new Zogby Interactive poll shows.

. . .

Whom would you NEVER vote for for President of the U.S.?

Clinton (D) 50%
Kucinich (D) 49%
Gravel (D) 47%
Paul (R) 47%
Brownback (R) 47%
Tancredo (R) 46%
McCain (R) 45%
Hunter (R) 44%
Giuliani (R) 43%
Romney (R) 42%
Edwards (D) 42%
Thompson (R) 41%
Dodd (D) 41%
Biden (D) 40%
Obama (D) 37%
Huckabee (R) 35%
Richardson (D) 34%
Not sure 4%

. . .

Kansas Sen. Sam Brownback, who announced Friday he would end his campaign, was included in the poll. He might have sensed the nationwide opposition to his campaign, as 47% said they would never vote for him for President. The survey showed he was tied as the third most objectionable candidate, behind Clinton and Congressman Dennis Kucinich (49%). Tied with Brownback was Democrat Michael Gravel, a former Alaska senator, and GOP Congressman Ron Paul.

So, how about this for a motto:

RON PAUL: he's marginally less unpopular than the Clintons!

(Oh, on another Clinton note: CNN reports today that Hilary Clinton now LOSES in head-to-head matchups against Giuliani, Romney and McCain. Can't find an online source, though.)

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