Vote In the White House 2012 National Republican Presidential Straw Poll

Bookmark and Share We are currently in to the second week of White House 2012s First National Republican Presidential Straw Poll for the 2012 election. Responses are coming in fairly steadily with 28% coming from the Northeast followed by 21.5% from the Southeast, 18.3% in the Mid West, 17.2 from the Southwest and trailing in the back of the pack is the West who make up only 15.1% of the vote. As for how the votes are breaking among the 24 candidates in this straw poll, all that White House 2012 can tell you at this time is that the numbers are producing some surprises that run contrary to popular thinking.

The impetus behind this surprise could be due to the preponderance of conservatives who subscribe to and read White House 2012. Currently 68.8 of the respondents describe themselves as conservative, while 28% are self described moderates and a mere 3.2% of brave souls consider themselves to be liberal Republicans. Another factor could be the desire to see some outsiders who could get in and change politics from the inside. But enough said on that. If these results don’t hold, neither will that theory.

No matter what the breakdowns show now, the more voters who give us their opinions, the better chance we have of coming to a conclusion which accurately measures which candidates with whom the enthusiasm lies behind. On the balot are 24 possible contenders. Each name iseither running setting up an exploratory committee or has expressed their interest in possibly running. White House 2012 is taking people like Chris Christie, Bob McDonnell, Marco Rubio, Bobby Jindal and others who have said they are not running for Presiden. And so those names are not on the ballot. But of the 24 major names that still might be running, there are penty of choices to choose from.

They are:

  • Michele Bachmann
  • Haley Barbour
  • John Bolton
  • Herman Cain
  • Mitch Daniels
  • Newt Gingrich
  • Rudy Giuliani
  • Mike Huckabee
  • Jon Huntsman, Jr.
  • Gary Johnson
  • Fred Karger
  • Roy Moore
  • Sarah Palin
  • George Pataki
  • Rand Paul
  • Ron Paul
  • Tim Pawlenty
  • Gen. David Petraeus
  • Rick Perry
  • Bob Riley
  • Buddy Roemer
  • Mitt Romney
  • Rick Santorum
  • Donald Trump

Please take a moment to cast your vote in the poll and pass the link that is here http://wp.me/PVXi4-TS to your Repubican friends, and ask them to vote.

When done, the results will be broken down by region, by ideological leaning, and by who gains support if others fail to last very ong in the race. So hep us take this snapshot of the eeisting political landscape. Vote here in the National Republican Presidential Starw Poll

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One Response

  1. interesting stuff, be sure to do your staw poll vote at political2012.com

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