Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Whom would you NEVER vote for, for President of the U.S.?

CFP: Most Popular & Most Unpopular by JB Williams , 10/24/07
According to the latest CBS News poll (Oct. 12-16), Hillary Clinton is receiving 46 percent of the love from her party faithful and leading the Democrat primary race for the 2008 general election. But according to the latest Zogby poll, she’s also leading the race for the most despised candidate in the country…

Zogby asked the question, “Whom would you NEVER vote for, for President of the U.S.?”

With the Presidents public approval rating around 30 percent and congress all the way down at 11 percent, what a great question! Zogby asked this question of 9,718 “likely voters” (Democrats, Republicans and Independents) and Hillary tops the list of candidates people would NEVER vote for.

50 percent of those polled said that they would NEVER vote for Hillary Clinton under any circumstance, which means the other 50 percent who say they would, have lost their collective minds. Leading the other Party as the most unpopular Republican candidate is Libertarian Ron Paul. 47 percent of Americans said they would NEVER vote for him either.
According to these numbers, Hillary Clinton is the most polarizing individual in American politics today, with Kucinich, Gravel, Paul and Brownback running close behind in the unpopularity contest.
Hillary offends all Republican and Independent voters. Her Democrat base is blindly intact though and united in their effort to elect the first female President, vote themselves free Hillary-Care or get Bill back into the oral office by hook or crook.

McCain, Giuliani and Romney not only offend Democrats, but Republicans and Independents too. Their efforts to appear “open minded” on social issues and the related spending has made enemies in the Republican base that must be on-board for any of them to win. The Clinton’s have always had enemies on the right, but they remain loved by Democratic Socialists everywhere. These three Republicans have made enemies on both sides of the aisle and that’s what makes a Hillary win possible.

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