Ron Paul Leads the Republicans in the Wall Street Chatter Chat Room Presidential Poll
[QUOTE]NEW YORK, NY--(MARKET WIRE)--Dec 3, 2007 -- Dream Catcher Technology's (Other OTC:DRMC.PK - News) Wall Street Chatter Ratings ([url]www.wallstchatter.com[/url]) has reported today that of the 9 primary Republican presidential candidates, the Wall Street Chatter Presidential Poll has Ron Paul leading as the most talked about Republican candidate.
Wall Street Chatter collects data from nearly 100 online chat-rooms and focuses on online chat-room activity regarding stocks and investments. The Wall Street Chatter Presidential Poll is based on the top 17 Republican and Democratic presidential candidates. The data is presented weekly by percentage by party and overall.
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Wall Street Chatter Chat Room Presidential Poll
Who are people talking about in the chat rooms in regards to
the candidates for President
The fact that he gets play on Wall St. isn't particularly surprising as he is one, if not the only, fiscal conservative, small government voice out there. Certainly a single issue that Wall Streeters care about.
Unfortunately most of the rest of the candidates (both sides of the aisle) are worlds away on this issue.