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    Default Multiple Scenario Election Poll

    Just for fun! Imagine it's Election Day, for each combination check the box if you would vote for the first candidate listed (the Dem), and leave it blank if you would vote for the second candidate (the Rep). If you would vote for all of the candidates listed second, use the last check box to indicate straight-line Republican. For straight-line Democrat, please check all boxes except the last one. Please consider each combination, no matter how distasteful it may be because if you skip it, that will tally as a vote for the Rep.

    For example: "Hillary Clinton over Ted Cruz". Check the box if you would vote for Hillary. Leave it blank if you would vote for Ted. Do this for each combination.
    • I listed them in alphabetical order by last name, and put D's on the left and R's on the right. I added Mitt Romney to the mix just for kicks. I omitted Martin O'Malley, Chris Christie, Jim Gilmore, Mike Huckabee, and Rick Santorum because it would exceed the maximum number of choices in the poll and I believe they are the least likely candidates.
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    • If you are not a registered US voter, you can pretend you are.

    Reason: I'm curious to see how the people in this forum (I believe that Volt enthusiasts are smarter than average) would vote, hypothetically, given each possible "dilemma".
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    You could have left Ben Carson off the list as his campaign took another hit as his campaign manager and another top aide resigned 02JAN16
    and here is a couple more that could be left off the list...
    JEB! who is pollling at 3%...not likely to increase
    as well as
    Rand Paul is polling 1 to 3 percent depending on the state
    and
    Mitt Romney is not even registered as candidate...still waiting on those tax returns though...
    Last edited by Upper5Percent; 01-11-2016 at 02:53 AM.
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    I'm looking forward to the New Hampshire Primary to see just how full of malarkey the current Republican polls are.

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    So far, based on a sample size of 7 (LOL) it looks like Republicans should pick Rand Paul if they want to win and Dems should pick Bernie.... but 7 means nothing. I hope the poll isn't too convoluted for others to chime in. I accidentally added one tick to the last box So, we need to factor minus 1 from the last category when adding it up.

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    Only 7 voters?

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    It might have been too complicated for some people, but given the nearly even conservative-liberal split on this forum, it's interesting that the votes have primarily been liberal.

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    Why is Marco Rubio on the list...I thought the GOP was against "anchor babies"...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Upper5Percent View Post
    Why is Marco Rubio on the list...I thought the GOP was against "anchor babies"...
    Only in the literal sense.

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