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The graphs below show the results of the surveys submitted to this site. The percent of users matching each candidate and choosing each answer choice are given. The length of the bar graph shows the percent of users matching that choice. The section of the graph colored red/green shows the difference between the percent of users from this region matching that choice versus users nationwide. Red indicates fewer users chose that option and green indicates that more users chose that option.

The data here is updated periodically. New survey submissions are not automatically reflected here.

Candidates

1436932 submitted responses
Choice Graph Percent Delta*
Obama
   
74.5 % +0
McCain
   
25.4 % +0
*Difference from the national average recorded by this site.

Candidates (all)

1436932 submitted responses
Choice Graph Percent Delta*
Clinton
   
17.8 % +0
Obama
   
41.4 % +0
Edwards
   
5.2 % +0
Giuliani
   
3.1 % +0
Huckabee
   
2.1 % +0
Romney
   
8.6 % +0
McCain
   
2.7 % +0
Paul
   
5.1 % +0
Thompson
   
13.6 % +0
*Difference from the national average recorded by this site.


1. Was invading Iraq a mistake?

1436932 submitted responses
Choice Graph Percent Delta*
A
   
57.3 % +0
B
   
42.1 % +0
C
   
0.5 % +0
A. Yes
B. No
C. No Response

2. American troops in Iraq should

1436932 submitted responses
Choice Graph Percent Delta*
A
   
29.7 % +0
B
   
39.7 % +0
C
   
30 % +0
D
   
0.4 % +0
A. Be withdrawn now
B. Be withdrawn within 1-2 years
C. Stay in Iraq as long as necessary
D. No Response

3. The people that need tax cuts most are

1436932 submitted responses
Choice Graph Percent Delta*
A
   
52.4 % +0
B
   
28.3 % +0
C
   
18.7 % +0
D
   
0.4 % +0
A. Lower and middle-class Americans
B. Middle-class Americans
C. Lower, middle, and upper-class Americans
D. No Response

4. Government spending should

1436932 submitted responses
Choice Graph Percent Delta*
A
   
9.3 % +0
B
   
89.7 % +0
C
   
0.9 % +0
A. Increase
B. Decrease
C. No Response

5. The government should offer affordable health care to all Americans

1436932 submitted responses
Choice Graph Percent Delta*
A
   
74 % +0
B
   
25.2 % +0
C
   
0.6 % +0
A. Yes
B. No
C. No Response

6. Illegal immigrants living in America should be

1436932 submitted responses
Choice Graph Percent Delta*
A
   
60.7 % +0
B
   
3.7 % +0
C
   
34.4 % +0
D
   
1 % +0
A. Deported or held accountable to the law
B. Allowed to work for a few years then sent home
C. Given a path to citizenship
D. No Response

7. Abortion should be legal

1436932 submitted responses
Choice Graph Percent Delta*
A
   
62.8 % +0
B
   
35.9 % +0
C
   
1.1 % +0
A. Yes
B. No
C. No Response

8. The No Child Left Behind Act [explanation]

1436932 submitted responses
Choice Graph Percent Delta*
A
   
15.7 % +0
B
   
65.5 % +0
C
   
17.8 % +0
D
   
0.8 % +0
A. Is good for schools
B. Has flaws and needs reform
C. Should be abolished
D. No Response

9. The best way to improve the American economy is

1436932 submitted responses
Choice Graph Percent Delta*
A
   
6.9 % +0
B
   
1.6 % +0
C
   
40.4 % +0
D
   
49.6 % +0
E
   
1.3 % +0
A. More favorable trade policies
B. More high tech jobs
C. BOTH more favorable trade policies and more high tech jobs
D. Downsizing government, cutting taxes, and reducing regulation
E. No Response

10. The best way to save the environment and achieve energy independence is

1436932 submitted responses
Choice Graph Percent Delta*
A
   
1.9 % +0
B
   
9.8 % +0
C
   
85.7 % +0
D
   
1.9 % +0
E
   
0.6 % +0
A. Giving companies more incentives to be energy efficient
B. Developing alternative energy sources
C. BOTH of the above
D. Allowing citizens to protect their land by suing polluters
E. No Response

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