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2012 Polling Results

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posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 05:57 PM
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Since ATS does not yet have a thread designed specifically for polls in regards to the 2012 elections this thread will serve those purposes. Here you can place all the polls for the 2012 nation-wide and state-wide polling, specifically for United States Senate Elections, United States Presidential Election, United States Presidential Primary Elections, Gubernatorial Elections, and other special elections you believe to be important.

August 24, 2011 – Public Policy Polling
Iowa

Do you approve or disapprove of President Barack Obama’s job performance?
Approve 45% | 48% Disapprove

Obama 49% | 39% Romney
Obama 51% | 38% Perry
Obama 51% | 34% Bachmann
Obama 51% | 33% Cain
Obama 54% | 33% Palin

Wisconsin

Do you approve or disapprove of President Barack Obama’s job performance?
Approve 45% | 51% Disapprove

Obama 47% | 42% Romney
Obama 50% | 40% Perry
Obama 51% | 39% Bachmann
Obama 52% | 40% Palin
Obama 50% | 36% Cain

August 24, 2011 – Rasmussen[/ url]
National

Obama 43% | 40% Perry
Obama 43% | 39% Bachmann
Obama 46% | 38% Romney

August 24, 2011 – Gallup
National – Primary

29% | Perry
17% | Romney
13% | Paul
10% | Bachmann
4% | Santorum

August 24, 2011 – Public Policy Polling
National – Primary

33% | Perry
20% | Romney
16% | Bachmann
8% | Gingrich
6% | Cain

August 23, 2011 – EPIC
Michigan – Primary

32% | Romney
17% | Perry
12% | Bachmann
5% | Gingrich
5% | Paul

August 23, 2011 – Public Policy Polling
Iowa – Primary

22% | Perry
19% | Romney
18% | Bachmann
16% | Paul
7% | Cain

August 23, 2011 – Rasmussen[/u rl]
National

Obama 39% | 38% Paul

August 23, 2011 – Public Policy Polling
National

Obama 45% | 45% Romney
Obama 49% | 43% Perry
Obama 50% | 42% Bachmann
Obama 49% | 39% Cain
Obama 53% | 40% Palin

August 23, 2011 – Magellan
Florida

Do you approve or disapprove of the job Barack Obama is doing as President?
Approve 37% | 57% Disapprove

Obama 39% | 49% Romney
Obama 39% | 46% Perry
Obama 42% | 43% Bachmann

August 22, 2011 – Gallup
National

Obama 46% | 48% Romney
Obama 47% | 47% Perry
Obama 47% | 45% Paul
Obama 48% | 44% Bachmann

August 22, 2011 – Rasmussen[/ url]
National

Obama 50% | 33% Palin

August 20, 2011 – EPIC
Michigan

Obama 43% | 45% Romney

August 16, 2011 – Public Policy Polling
Ohio

Do you approve or disapprove of President Barack Obama’s job performance?
Approve 44% | 52% Disapprove

Obama 45% | 43% Romney
Obama 45% | 41% Perry
Obama 48% | 41% Bachmann
Obama 47% | 39% Cain
Obama 51% | 38% Palin

August 19, 2011 – Southern Political Report
Georgia – Primary

24% | Perry
15% | Cain
9% | Gingrich
8% | Bachmann
8% | Palin

August 19, 2011 – McLaughlin
Florida – Primary

27% | Romney
16% | Perry
10% | Bachmann
5% | Paul
5% | Gingrich

August 19, 2011 – Wilson-Perkins-Allen Research
Louisiana – Primary

30% | Perry
16% | Bachmann
15% | Romney

Missouri – Primary

25% | Romney
22% | Perry
13% | Bachmann

August 17, 2011 – WeAskAmerica
Iowa – Primary

29% | Perry
17% | Bachmann
15% | Romney
8% | Paul
7% | Palin

August 17, 2011 – probolskyresearch
California – Primary

22% | Romney
15% | Perry
10% | Palin
9% | Bachmann
5% | Paul

August 17, 2011 – Magellan
New Hampshire – Primary

36% | Romney
18% | Perry
14% | Paul
10% | Bachmann
3% | Cain

August 17, 2011 – Public Policy Polling
Wisconsin – Primary

24% | Bachmann
20% | Perry
17% | Romney
10% | Gingrich
7% | Cain

August 16, 2011 – Siena
New York – Primary

24% | Giuliani
18% | Romney
11% | Pataki
9% | Bachmann
8% | Paul

August 16, 2011 – Rasmussen
National – Primary

29% | Perry
18% | Romney
13% | Bachmann
9% | Paul
6% | Cain

August 16, 2011 – Siena
New York

How would you rate the job that Barack Obama is doing as President? Would you rate it excellent, good, fair, or poor?
Excellent/Good 36% | 63% Fair/Poor

Obama 50% | 44% Giuliani
Obama 55% | 37% Romney
Obama 57% | 32% Paul
Obama 57% | 30% Perry
Obama 60% | 30% Bachmann
Obama 65% | 26% Palin

August 15, 2011 – Public Policy Polling
Colorado

22% | Romney
21% | Perry
15% | Bachmann
9% | Gingrich
7% | Paul

North Carolina

17% | Bachmann
17% | Perry
16% | Romney
11% | Gingrich
11% | Paul

August 15, 2011 – Public Policy Polling
Vermont

Do you approve or disapprove of President Barack Obama’s job performance?
Approve 53% | 40% Disapprove

Obama 54% | 34% Romney
Obama 58% | 30% Bachmann
Obama 57% | 28% Perry
Obama 58% | 26% Cain
Obama 62% | 28% Palin

August 11, 2011 – CNN
National – Primary

23% | Romney
18% | Perry
14% | Paul
9% | Bachmann
8% | Gingrich

August 11, 2011 – Public Policy Polling
North Carolina

Do you approve or disapprove of President Barack Obama’s job performance?
Approve 46% | 50% Disapprove

Obama 46% | 43% Romney
Obama 48% | 40% Perry
Obama 50% | 40% Bachmann
Obama 50% | 37% Cain
Obama 52% | 39% Palin

August 11, 2011 – CNN
National

Obama 45% | 51% Giuliani
Obama 49% | 48% Romney
Obama 51% | 46% Perry
Obama 51% | 45% Bachmann
Obama 55% | 41% Palin

August 10, 2011 – Public Policy Polling
Colorado

Do you approve or disapprove of President Barack Obama’s job performance?
Approve 46% | 50% Disapprove

Obama 48% | 41% Romney
Obama 51% | 38% Perry
Obama 51% | 39% Bachmann
Obama 54% | 38% Palin
Obama 51% | 35% Cain

August 3, 2011 – Public Policy Polling
Nevada

Do you approve or disapprove of President Barack Obama’s job performance?
Approve 47% | 50% Disapprove

Obama 47% | 46% Romney
Obama 49% | 40% Perry
Obama 48% | 39% Cain
Obama 50% | 40% Bachmann
Obama 51% | 39% Palin

August 2, 2011 – Quinnipiac
Pennsylvania

Do you approve or disapprove of President Barack Obama’s job performance?
Approve 43% | 54% Disapprove

Obama 42% | 44% Romney
Obama 45% | 43% Santorum
Obama 47% | 39% Bachmann
Obama 45% | 39% Perry


edit on 8/24/2011 by Misoir because: (no reason given)




posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 06:08 PM
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Hey Misoir, how ya been brother? S&F for a good thread idea.


What bothers me from reading the results of the polls listed in your OP is the fact that Ron Paul is not even mentioned in most of them, and in those where his name does appear, he's not appearing to do so well. This is in direct opposition to our own ATS Straw Poll that declared Ron Paul the overwhelming front runner with 83.2% of respondents who back him over anyone else.

Are they ALL in on the conspiracy to keep Paul down; or is ATS an anomaly, a bastion of common sense that can defend against the BS being catapulted against our towers by the Lame Stream Media?


edit on 8/24/2011 by OldCorp because: Spellin an punkshoeation



posted on Aug, 24 2011 @ 06:40 PM
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No online polls are scientific regardless of the results. So yes I would say that the ATS poll was biased towards Ron Paul, which seems rather obvious with the millions of threads dedicated to him. You must also take into consideration that RP has a strong online presence which immediately makes all online polls viral within the Paulite communities.



posted on Aug, 26 2011 @ 01:17 PM
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Well one thing is for sure, we are screwed when it comes to the year 2012.



posted on Aug, 26 2011 @ 09:07 PM
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Originally posted by OldCorp
Hey Misoir, how ya been brother? S&F for a good thread idea.


What bothers me from reading the results of the polls listed in your OP is the fact that Ron Paul is not even mentioned in most of them, and in those where his name does appear, he's not appearing to do so well. This is in direct opposition to our own ATS Straw Poll that declared Ron Paul the overwhelming front runner with 83.2% of respondents who back him over anyone else.

Are they ALL in on the conspiracy to keep Paul down; or is ATS an anomaly, a bastion of common sense that can defend against the BS being catapulted against our towers by the Lame Stream Media?


edit on 8/24/2011 by OldCorp because: Spellin an punkshoeation


I noticed the same thing.

This is no doubt in my mind that there are people on both sides working diligently to keep Ron Paul out of the public eye.

And here's my theory why:

The TEA Party, for not even being a real party, has come a very long way in a very short time. And we have elected some good people. The Democrats hate us and the RINOs fear us.

Ron Paul's message really resonates with younger voters who, for the most part, aren't very fond of the TEA Party... yet Ron Paul IS the Godfather of the TEA Party.

I believe they really don't want people to make the connection.



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