5/3/11

Ron Paul leads 2012 GOP presidential nominee web poll results for April

Rep. Ron Paul, M.D. (TX) led April voting for who respondents thought would be the 2012 Republican presidential nominee. As usual, this is of self-selected voters of any party who found my website, so it is not scientific in any way. (This means you should not complain that it was not scientific because it's never going to be.) Voting is just for fun, please no wagering. Here are this month's results:

April 2011

#1 - Rep. Ron Paul, M.D. (TX) ... 27.4%
#2 - Fmr. Gov. Sarah Palin (AK) ... 20.2%
#3 - Fmr. House Speaker Newt Gingrich (GA) ... 11.3%
#3 - Gov. Tim Pawlenty (MN) ... 11.3%
#3 - Other ... 11.3%
#4 - Gov. Chris Christie (NJ) ... 6.5%
#4 - Senate Min. Leader Mitch McConnell (KY) ... 6.5%
#5 - Gov. Sam Brownback (KS) ... 3.2%
#6 - Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (TX) ... .8%
#6 - Fmr. Gov. Tom Ridge (PA) ... .8%
#6 - Fmr. Gov. Mitt Romney (MI / UT / MA) ... .8%

124 total votes cast / Margin of error ±100%

The Other option was inflated for this month by Barbour votes cast before he announced his non-candidacy. I have also now removed likely non-candidates Brownback, Hutchison, McConnell and Ridge from the poll and the GOP field page.

You can vote for this month's new poll here, or click the vote button from any of the Choose Our President 2012 pages.

Alex
Choose Our President 2012

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