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View Poll Results: Who would you vote for in the 2020 US presidential election?
Donald Trump (Republican) 72 52.94%
Mike Pence (Republican) 11 8.09%
Justin Amash (Republican) 9 6.62%
Bob Corker (Republican) 3 2.21%
Jack Fellure (Republican) 3 2.21%
John Kasich (Republican) 9 6.62%
Patrick Little (Republican) 4 2.94%
Jonathon Sharkey (Republican) 3 2.21%
Rocky De La Fuente (Republican) 3 2.21%
Joe Walsh (Republican) 3 2.21%
William Weld (Republican) 7 5.15%
Stacy Abrams (Democrat) 3 2.21%
Michael E. Arth (Democrat) 2 1.47%
Micheal Bennet (Democrat) 2 1.47%
Joe Biden (Democrat) 17 12.50%
Cory Booker (Democrat) 5 3.68%
Harry Braun (Democrat) 2 1.47%
Steve Bullock (Democrat) 2 1.47%
Pete Buttigieg (Democrat) 10 7.35%
Julian Castro (Democrat) 5 3.68%
Bill de Blasio (Democrat) 3 2.21%
John Delaney (Democrat) 2 1.47%
Donald Eugene Lowe (Democrat) 2 1.47%
Geoffrey Fieger (Democrat) 1 0.74%
Tulsi Gabbard (Democrat) 16 11.76%
Kirsten Gillibrand (Democrat) 1 0.74%
Ben Gleib (Democrat) 1 0.74%
Mike Gravel (Democrat) 3 2.21%
Kamala Harris (Democrat) 8 5.88%
John Hickenlooper (Democrat) 1 0.74%
Ami Horowitz (Democrat) 1 0.74%
Jay Inslee (Democrat) 2 1.47%
Amy Klobuchar (Democrat) 11 8.09%
Wayne Messam (Democrat) 1 0.74%
Seth Moulton (Democrat) 3 2.21%
Ken Nwadike Jr. (Democrat) 1 0.74%
Beto O'Rourke (Democrat) 3 2.21%
Bo Obama (Democrat) 2 1.47%
Tim Ryan (Democrat) 2 1.47%
Bernie Sanders (Democrat) 16 11.76%
Joe Sestak (Democrat) 3 2.21%
Eric Swalwell (Democrat) 1 0.74%
Elizabeth Warren (Democrat) 20 14.71%
Anthony Weiner with Eric Holder as his VP (Democrat) 2 1.47%
Robby Wells (Democrat) 1 0.74%
Marianne Williamson (Democrat) 1 0.74%
Andrew Yang (Democrat) 10 7.35%
Max Abramson (Libertarian) 4 2.94%
Joe Berry (Libertarian) 2 1.47%
Joseph Charles Campbell (Libertarian) 2 1.47%
Adam Kokesh (Libertarian) 3 2.21%
John McAfee (Libertarian) 3 2.21%
Sam Seder (Libertarian) 1 0.74%
Vermin Supreme (Libertarian) 1 0.74%
Arvin Vohra (Libertarian) 1 0.74%
Howie Hawkins (Green) 2 1.47%
Dario Hunter (Green) 1 0.74%
Sedinam Kinamo Christin Moyowasifza-Curry (Green) 1 0.74%
Ian Schlakman (Green) 1 0.74%
Colt Hample (Constitutuion) 1 0.74%
Brian T. Carroll (Solidarity) 1 0.74%
Joe Schriner (Solidarity) 1 0.74%
Joshua Perkins (Solidarity) 1 0.74%
C.L."Connie" Gammon (Prohibition) 1 0.74%
Ken Bone 2 1.47%
Perry Caravello 1 0.74%
Mark Cuban 3 2.21%
Peyton Faucett 1 0.74%
Harambe 3 2.21%
Lawrence Jackson 1 0.74%
Ronnie Kroell 1 0.74%
Alex Melvin 1 0.74%
Giant Meteor 3 2.21%
Howard Schultz 5 3.68%
A South Park screenshot of Randy Marsh enjoying a wheelbarrow with a teenager as the campagin manager 5 3.68%
Multiple Choice Poll. Voters: 136. You may not vote on this poll

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Old 08-07-2019, 06:01 PM
 
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None of them. I am considering an independent candidate who has no chance but I vote for my principles not who MIGHT beat the other person.
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Old 08-07-2019, 06:51 PM
 
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For me it will be between Trump or Biden, there is zero chance in hell I'd vote for anyone else on the Democrat side.
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Old 08-24-2019, 02:58 PM
 
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John Hickenlooper, Jay Inslee, and Seth Moulton have all dropped out.
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Old 08-24-2019, 04:05 PM
 
Location: my little town
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I don't see a pastafarian on the list. Commitment to wearing a silly hat could be seen as a sign of readiness for the BS in politics.
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Old 08-26-2019, 11:39 AM
 
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I don't see a pastafarian on the list. Commitment to wearing a silly hat could be seen as a sign of readiness for the BS in politics.
I'll make sure and include one in the next version of this poll.
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Old 08-28-2019, 04:26 PM
 
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Kirsten Gillibrand has dropped out of the race.
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Old 08-28-2019, 04:48 PM
 
Location: Colorado
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OK, I gotta say the Weiner-Holder ticket made me laugh.
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Old 09-04-2019, 03:49 AM
 
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OK, I gotta say the Weiner-Holder ticket made me laugh.
Hold on, that could be the nominated ticket.
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Old 09-14-2019, 06:58 PM
 
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Now we're past the third Democratic debate.
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Old 09-15-2019, 02:06 PM
 
Location: Old Mother Idaho
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By the poll above, 61 members plan to vote for Trump. 85 members plan to vote for the various Democrats who are still in the race. (I think. It was hard to count them all.)

This makes me wonder how many members will vote for the Democratic nominee, no matter who the person is. I'm sure that if the nominee was now known, the 24 point spread between Trump and the Democrats wouldn't be as large, but that's a whopping big difference even if it lost 10 points.

To me, it looks like this poll mirrors the others that are official; Trump's base is solid, but he's doing nothing to expand it.
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