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New 4-Way Presidential Poll

Published on July 31, 2008, by in General.

On July 30, CNN-Opinion Research released a new 4-way presidential poll. The results: Obama 46%, McCain 42%, Nader 6%, Barr 3%, other and undecided 3%. See here for more details.

8 Responses

  1. CNN fails to mention the 4-way finding when covering its own poll:
    http://www.cnn.com/2008/POLITICS/07/30/campaign.poll/index.html

    The article is just on the horse race. Not unexpected, but still disappointing.

  2. Notice that the polls are not all that different —-cept for Zobey! Every one is out of step but Zobey!

    Keeping track of the popular for POTUS when it is the electors that stand in for us poor unworthy regular folk? And of course the peons of the empire [Guam, Virgin Islands, PR, DC, etc]…….

  3. Does this mean that Nadar and Barr have been heard and this is where their respective ratings will remain or have they hot yet been heard? I believe Cynthia McKinney has not been heard. Chuck Baldwin’s message is in the process of being disseminated. I believe that all 6 candidates should be heard and let the American people choose for themselves who should rule. I hope that the third party effort will garner a real debate in October.

  4. Laine

    Nader and Barr both need a big boost from somewhere. You would think Nader’s latest ballot access victories in the Superior Court would draw attention to his campaign or that Barr testifying in Congress on impeachment would boost his. I hate to say it but they’ve been stuck at these numbers in the polls the whole campaign.

  5. Write to Rasmussen and Gallup and ask them to include Barr and Nader in their daily tracking polls. You can reach them here:

    http://www.gallup.com/poll/contactUs.aspx

    info@rasmussenreports.com

  6. NE

    McKinney was at 1% in a CNN poll yesterday.

    http://www.pollingreport.com/wh08gen.htm

    Scroll down to “CNN/Opinion Research Corporation Poll. July 27-29, 2008. N=914 registered voters nationwide.”

  7. ural

    That is odd. I sent an email to Gallup asking them to include Barr & Nader in their poll questionaire. I was told that since LESS THAN 1% of respondents mention ANY third party candidate, there is no reason for them to be included by name.

  8. My friend on Facebook shared this link and I’m not dissapointed at all that I came to your blog.

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