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December 20, 2011


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Willie Nelson

Let me get this straight, Obama has a 45% approval and Mitt has the highest among the PUBS at 35% and Mitt has a lead over Obama? Something smells here. I think it's teabaggers math at work again.

Todd Dugdale

The "full results" link goes back to the national primary results rather than the general electorate breakdowns.


Q1-Q6 take out the unsures and redo the maths to see that Obama is the lease unfavorable!
I reckon that'll put Barack over Romney in a head to head, especially after we've seen that Mitt only pays 14.5% tax on his income
(previously made by stealing money from US pensions via Bain Capital while leaving the government to pick up the tab)

Where is our American pride?
Since Obama and Romney are both quite unfavorable I would hope that America wakes up and votes for Rocky Anderson!!!

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