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Overall Survey Results:


Who's the Veep?


1Who do you support as the Democratic Presidential candidate?
 
Answer
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Number of
Responses
Response
Ratio
Hillary Çlinton
   
52 17.6%
Barack Obama
   
209 70.8%
Neither
   
13 4.4%
Undecided
   
17 5.7%
No Responses
   
41.3%
 Totals295100%

2If Senator Clinton wins the Democratic Presidential nomination, who should be her vice-presidential running mate?
 
Answer
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Number of
Responses
Response
Ratio
Barack Obama
   
110 37.2%
Chris Dodd
   
8 2.7%
Joe Biden
   
23 7.7%
Bill Richardson
   
18 6.1%
Dennis Kucinich
   
21 7.1%
Barbara Boxer
 
0 0.0%
Jim Webb
   
12 4.0%
John Edwards
   
51 17.2%
Nancy Pelosi
   
2 <1%
Mike Bloomberg
   
2 <1%
Other
   
37 12.5%
No Responses
   
113.7%
 Totals295100%
3If Senator Obama wins the Democratic Presidential nomination, who should be his vice-presidential running mate?
 
Answer
0%100%
Number of
Responses
Response
Ratio
Hillary Clinton
   
51 17.2%
Chris Dodd
   
7 2.3%
Joe Biden
   
16 5.4%
Bill Richardson
   
75 25.4%
Dennis Kucinich
   
10 3.3%
Barbara Boxer
   
9 3.0%
Jim Webb
   
27 9.1%
John Edwards
   
53 17.9%
Nancy Pelosi
   
5 1.6%
Mike Bloombrg
   
5 1.6%
Other
   
32 10.8%
No Responses
   
51.6%
 Totals295100%
4What is the protracted battle between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton doing to the Democratic Party's chances of capturing the White House in November? (Check all that apply)
 
Answer
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Number of
Responses
Response
Ratio
Keeping Democrats on the front page and Senator John McCain off.
   
79 26.7%
Giving McCain a free ride to win favor with the voting public.
   
76 25.7%
Hurting both Obama and Clinton equally
   
50 16.9%
Hurting Clinton more than Obama
   
46 15.5%
Hurling Obama more than Clinton
   
7 2.3%
Other
   
32 10.8%
No Responses
   
51.6%
 Totals295100%

5At this point, what should the superdelegates do?
 
Answer
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Number of
Responses
Response
Ratio
Act now to head off bloodletting, start general campaign sooner
   
44 14.9%
Declare support after next set of primaries (PA, IN, NC).
   
102 34.5%
Let process continue until all primary and caucus votes are in.
   
136 46.1%
No Responses
   
134.4%
 Totals295100%

6On what basis should superdelegates make their decisions?
 
 Number of
Responses
  244
7Which of these Progressive causes is most important to you?
 
Answer
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Number of
Responses
Response
Ratio
True single-payer health care at the national level
   
53 17.9%
A quick end to the Iraq Invasion
   
95 32.2%
More emphasis on peacemaking than warmaking
   
23 7.7%
Compassionate immigration reform
   
4 1.3%
Economic recovery directed at working men and women
   
33 11.1%
Fundamental changes needed to address global warming
   
22 7.4%
Electoral reform
   
8 2.7%
More emphasis on education
   
8 2.7%
Other
   
47 15.9%
No Responses
   
2<1%
 Totals295100%

8Which candidate has the best chance of addressing issues listed in question 7.
 
Answer
0%100%
Number of
Responses
Response
Ratio
Clinton
   
48 16.1%
Obama
   
193 64.7%
Neither -- the opposition is so entrenched.
   
9 3.0%
Neither -- they're too centrist
   
26 8.7%
Other
   
21 7.0%
 Totals298100%

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