View Poll Results: Who would you vote for in a Romney v. Obama Contest

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  • Romney

    23 57.50%
  • Obama

    12 30.00%
  • Stay Home

    5 12.50%
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Thread: The JI Poll: Romney v. Obama

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    The JI Poll: Romney v. Obama

    Just wondering how people come out on this given my discussion with Warfish. I'll do a poll for Paul, Gingrich, and an Evangelical conglomerate: PERrysANTORumbachMAN

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    bitonti, FF2®, intelligentjetsfan

    So lonely for you three... :D

    Even a semi Left voter like LIL jumps on the Romney bandwagon...

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    Romney. Because he is the only one who can beat Obama. Maybe.
    The perfect is the enemy of the good. There is no ideal candidate for Republicans.

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    [QUOTE=palmetto defender;4299091]Romney. Because he is the only one who can beat Obama. Maybe.[/QUOTE]

    Rasmussen's latest polling continues to indicate that is the trend.

    [QUOTE]Obama 39%
    Romney 45%

    Dec 27-28, 2011
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    Obama 47%
    Gingrich37%

    Dec 26, 2011
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    Obama 48%
    Bachmann 35%

    Dec 22, 2011
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    Obama 47%
    Santorum 37%

    Dec 16-17, 2011
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    Obama 43%
    Paul 35%

    Dec 10-11, 2011
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    Obama 46%
    Perry 34%

    Dec 4-5, 2011
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    Obama 41%
    Huntsman 34%

    Dec 2-3, 2011
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    Romney pulls me, Leprechaun, and PK over to the (R) side of the aisle. The only one who exerts a similar pull on potential Obama voters is Paul (grabs PK, Sharrow, and IntelligentJetsFan), but Paul also pushes others into Obama's column in an anti-Paul vote.

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    ABO

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    I would never "Stay Home," but my vote would essentially be a throw away as I vote 3rd party / independent / Paul write in.

    Obama and Romney are the same politicians. If this is the match up, I'm voting symbolically anti-establishment.

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    “There is room for all of us. Religious leftists, people who think peace is the answer, those who think that wholesome food is what we really need, ecologists and old-fashioned Democrats, Democratic Socialists, Socialists and Communists.” -Obama voter Francis Fox Piven, just last week

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    Santorum


    [QUOTE]"You win by giving people a choice. You win by giving people the opportunity to see a different vision for our country, not someone who's just going to be a little different than the person in there," Santorum told supporters in San Antonio. "If you're going to be a little different, we might as well stay with what we have instead of taking a risk with what may be the Etch A Sketch candidate of the future."[/QUOTE]

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    "When I'm bad, I'm bad. And when I'm good, I'm worse." Mae West

    :bunny:

    :jets17

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    Too late for the Poll but you can guess my answer

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    [QUOTE=Frequent Flyer;4413024]“There is room for all of us. Religious leftists, people who think peace is the answer, those who think that wholesome food is what we really need, ecologists and old-fashioned Democrats, Democratic Socialists, Socialists and Communists.” -Obama voter Francis Fox Piven, just last week[/QUOTE]

    What about centrists who don't like Romney?

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    I am so disappointed in Obama. I drank all the Koolaid and now I have a stomach ache.

    Problem is all of his opponents leave a lot to be desired. I try to force myself to like Santorum but he has gone way too far. He is off the deep end now. Romney is a fence jumping tool. I would have more respect for him if he would just commit to something, even if I disagree with it.

    Can I vote neither?

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    I said stay home. Romney would be the third head of the Bush/Obama 12 years of ugh. Can you guys realy believe that. Whoever wins between Obama and Romney will give us 16 years of downward spiral in the white house. 16 years. Ugh

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