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Yahoo Homepage Poll: Ron Paul supported 65%

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posted on May, 17 2012 @ 07:18 AM

Originally posted by DrNotforhire
you know this isn't a scientific poll right?

and anyone can vote more than once?

When 80% of Ron Paul supporters are on the Internet, scouring for polls to answer to put him in a favorable light, NO polls about him are going to be reflective of anything.

And none of that matters to his supporters. They will do all they can to make him look like a winner and to steal the election from the people by the use of delegates. These polls only mean that his small group of supporters are busy.

posted on May, 17 2012 @ 10:55 AM

Originally posted by TinfoilTP
We can extrapolate from this poll that there should be lots of you Ron Paul supporters to support Romney when Ron Paul endorses him then because after all anything Ron Paul does is for Liberty.

Although they failed to materialize in any voting for Ron Paul, they magically overwhelm online polls. Maybe it's because they can only vote once and they have to be 18 and a US citizen, them darn TPTB with all their rules are always stopping Freedom.

HAHAHA yes, if the internets held the election Ron Paul would win because all 100 fans would vote multiple times lol

posted on May, 17 2012 @ 11:16 AM
romney should bow out at this point, he only wishes he could draw the crowds DR. RON PAUL does.

posted on May, 17 2012 @ 11:19 AM

Originally posted by mysterioustranger
Youre aware its just a YAHOO only pole? Not a US-AMERICAN Public poll? You can imagine how many websites there are in total around the world. All those can be widely different than a YAHOO only poll supporting anyone?

HA! Like US-American public polls are any more credible than a Yahoo poll.

posted on May, 18 2012 @ 11:35 AM
reply to post by NightGypsy

No...but Yahoo is just a very small sample. And that was my point. Overall in means nothing...or at least very little.

Now if over 60% of FACEBOOK'rs That'd be something substantial.

My point.

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