Who should you vote for quiz.

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  1. Mem

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    ★☞ SelectSmart.com 2008 PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE SELECTOR | American President Candidates Biden Bush Clark Clinton Constitution Party Democratic Party Dodd Edwards Gore Gravel Green Party Hunter Kerry Kucinich Leahy Libertarian McCain Nader


    my results:

    1. Theoretical Ideal Candidate (100%)
    2. Al Gore (not announced) (79%)
    3. Joseph Biden (79%)
    4. Barack Obama (78%)
    5. Hillary Clinton (77%)
    6. Wesley Clark (not running, endorsed Clinton) (75%).
    7. Dennis Kucinich (74%)
    8. John Edwards (73%)
    9. Alan Augustson (campaign suspended) (73%)
    10. Michael Bloomberg (says he will not run) (65%)
    11. Christopher Dodd (65%)
    12. Bill Richardson (60%)
    13. Mike Gravel (56%)
    14. Ron Paul (47%)
    15. Kent McManigal (campaign suspended) (45%)
    16. John McCain (40%)
    17. Mike Huckabee (40%)
    18. Rudolph Giuliani (39%)
    19. Elaine Brown (35%)
    20. Tommy Thompson (withdrawn) (33%)
    21. Mitt Romney (28%)
    22. Chuck Hagel (not running) (27%)
    23. Tom Tancredo (22%)
    24. Sam Brownback (22%)
    25. Fred Thompson (22%)
    26. Newt Gingrich (not announced) (22%)
    27. Jim Gilmore (withdrawn) (19%)
    28. Duncan Hunter (17%)
     
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    1. Theoretical Ideal Candidate (100%) [​IMG] 2. John McCain (65%) Information link [​IMG] 3. Ron Paul (61%) Information link [​IMG] 4. Fred Thompson (60%) Information link [​IMG] 5. Tom Tancredo (56%) Information link [​IMG] 6. Sam Brownback (55%) Information link [​IMG] 7. Rudolph Giuliani (53%) Information link [​IMG] 8. Duncan Hunter (53%) Information link [​IMG] 9. Tommy Thompson (withdrawn) (51%) Information link [​IMG] 10. Mitt Romney (49%) Information link [​IMG] 11. Jim Gilmore (withdrawn) (48%) Information link [​IMG] 12. John Edwards (48%) Information link [​IMG] 13. Al Gore (not announced) (46%) Information link [​IMG] 14. Barack Obama (45%) Information link [​IMG] 15. Newt Gingrich (not announced) (45%) Information link [​IMG] 16. Bill Richardson (45%) Information link [​IMG] 17. Christopher Dodd (45%) Information link [​IMG] 18. Kent McManigal (campaign suspended) (45%) Information link [​IMG] 19. Michael Bloomberg (says he will not run) (44%) Information link [​IMG] 20. Chuck Hagel (not running) (43%) Information link [​IMG] 21. Hillary Clinton (42%) Information link [​IMG] 22. Joseph Biden (40%) Information link [​IMG] 23. Mike Huckabee (39%) Information link [​IMG] 24. Wesley Clark (not running, endorsed Clinton) (36%) Information link [​IMG] 25. Alan Augustson (campaign suspended) (35%) Information link [​IMG] 26. Mike Gravel (35%) Information link [​IMG] 27. Dennis Kucinich (28%) Information link [​IMG] 28. Elaine Brown (19%) Information link
     
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    After omitting the theoretical and those who have dropped out or aren't even running, here's what I've got. I'm a Ron Paul guy so I'm a bit surprised at the results though if Paul does drop out, I do plan on going with Kucinich.

    1. Dennis Kucinich (78&#37;)
    2. Mike Gravel (73%)
    3. Barack Obama (69%)
    4. Ron Paul (66%)
    5. Christopher Dodd (64%)
    6. Joseph Biden (63%)
    7. Hillary Clinton (59%)
    8. John Edwards (57%)
    9. Bill Richardson (52%)
    10. Tom Tancredo (36%)
     
  4. agnslz

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    I'm going to vote for Hillary Clinton in the primaries, and hopefully, in the general election. I hope that my state's governor (Bill Richardson) will be her running mate. Given that, it's interesting that neither of them scored very high on my list. I don't like Barack Obama or Joseph Biden as candidates very much, and I would never vote for Kucinich, seeing as how I don't think he'd ever win in the primaries and especially never in the general election. I'll stick to my own instincts on who I should vote for.:biggrin1:

    1. Theoretical Ideal Candidate (100%)
    2. Dennis Kucinich (84%)
    3. Joseph Biden (82%)
    4. Barack Obama (81%)
    5. Hillary Clinton (80%)
    6. Michael Bloomberg (says he will not run) (75%)
    7. John Edwards (73%)
    8. Wesley Clark (not running, endorsed Clinton) (72%)
    9. Christopher Dodd (70%)
    10. Al Gore (not announced) (68%)
    11. Bill Richardson (67%)
    12. Alan Augustson (campaign suspended) (67%)
    13. Mike Gravel (54%)
    14. Elaine Brown (41%)
    15. Ron Paul (40%)
    16. John McCain (39%)
    17. Kent McManigal (campaign suspended) (38%)
    18. Rudolph Giuliani (36%)
    19. Mike Huckabee (32%)
    20. Tommy Thompson (withdrawn) (28%)
    21. Chuck Hagel (not running) (27%)
    22. Mitt Romney (23%)
    23. Sam Brownback (22%)
    24. Newt Gingrich (not announced) (16%)
    25. Fred Thompson (15%)
    26. Tom Tancredo (13%)
    27. Duncan Hunter (9%)
    28. Jim Gilmore (withdrawn) (8%)
     
  5. B_Swimming Lad

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    I no it has nothing to do with me because I'm British but I'm all for Hillary!:biggrin1: lol.
     
  6. wldhoney

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    Since I have been informed by burns1de that I will be voting for Ron Paul (or else! :eek:), mine will be:

    Ron Paul - 100% :wink::tongue:
     
  7. Pecker

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    Interesting but either/or questions are not specific enough.

    Your Results:
    1. Theoretical Ideal Candidate (100&#37;)
    2. John McCain (74%)
    3. Duncan Hunter (72%)
    4. Sam Brownback (70%)
    5. Tom Tancredo (66%)
    6. Tommy Thompson (withdrawn) (65%)
    7. Mike Huckabee (63%)
    8. Chuck Hagel (not running) (62%)
    9. Mitt Romney (62%)
    10. Newt Gingrich (not announced) (61%)
    11. Jim Gilmore (withdrawn) (60%)
    12. Fred Thompson (58%)
    13. Rudolph Giuliani (54%)
    14. Joseph Biden (49%)
    15. Al Gore (not announced) (49%)
    16. Michael Bloomberg (says he will not run) (45%)
    17. Hillary Clinton (45%)
    18. John Edwards (41%)
    19. Wesley Clark (not running, endorsed Clinton) (40%)
    20. Bill Richardson (35%)
    21. Christopher Dodd (34%)
    22. Ron Paul (33%)
    23. Barack Obama (32%)
    24. Kent McManigal (campaign suspended) (29%)
    25. Alan Augustson (campaign suspended) (26%)
    26. Mike Gravel (25%)
    27. Dennis Kucinich (18%)
    28. Elaine Brown (8%)
     
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