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Virgil Goode at 5% in Virginia, According to Public Policy Polling Poll

Published on May 1, 2012, by in General.

On May 1, Public Policy Polling released this poll for the presidential election in Virginia. When Virgil Goode, Constitution Party nominee, is included, the results are: President Obama 50%, Mitt Romney 38%, Virgil Goode 5%, other or undecided 7%. Thanks to PoliticalWire for the link.

6 Responses

  1. Cody Quirk

    NICE!

  2. RJ

    Polls don’t mean much anyway.

  3. Michael

    Right now, you divide by half. Goode will win about 2.5 percent. (Still a lot for a CP candidate for president.) The polls are usually only valid in the last two weeks of campaigning.

  4. Cody Quirk

    Has any CP presidential candidate ever polled that high at any time in a past presidential election, RJ?

  5. [...] of Virginia voters on May 1 that shows that, if the election were held today, Goode would receive 5 percent of the vote, with Barack Obama getting 50 percent and Mitt Romney getting 38 percent. (Seven [...]

  6. Michael

    4) In 2008, Chuck Baldwin got 1.3 percent of the vote in Utah. That’s the highest percentage in a state for president.

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