View Poll Results: Who would you vote for right now?

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  • Rand Paul

    7 6.19%
  • Christie

    1 0.88%
  • Trump

    44 38.94%
  • Hilary

    11 9.73%
  • Bernie

    33 29.20%
  • Carson

    1 0.88%
  • Cruz

    6 5.31%
  • Rubio

    6 5.31%
  • Bush

    1 0.88%
  • Kasich

    3 2.65%
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    President 2016

    As of right now, who would you vote for to be the next President of the U.S. We will allow Lord of the Fag to vote even though he is jealous of and despises pretty cocks. Carry on.

     
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    I'm so close between Cruz and Trump but I think Cruz has jumped him. Can't take the personal attacks of the guy anymore. Shit has gotten old as fuck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pooh View Post
    I'm so close between Cruz and Trump but I think Cruz has jumped him. Can't take the personal attacks of the guy anymore. Shit has gotten old as fuck.
    Cruz is going south and fast. He was terrible in the debate and I would not be surprised if Rubio finished second in Iowa.

    If Trump wins Iowa he will sweep the South. The only chance Rubio or Cruz has is to hang on and make their stand in Texas and later California. Each would have a decent chance to win those states, but they have to hang on a finish second consistently.

    Make no doubt about it, in the SEC states Trump is going to sweep, unless he gets embarrassed in Iowa and I doubt that will happen.

     
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    Rand Paul did an AMA on Reddit a few weeks ago and it was actually really good. I liked his answers for solving many of the issues we have. He was well thought out and used logic. Didnt just blow political bs at you.
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    Iowa

    Cruz
    Rubio
    Trump

    In that order, maybe Trump finishes second but will be by less than 2% over Rubio.

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    Heard on the news an hour ago that so far, polls are showing that Trump is at 31, Cruz at 26, Rubio at 15, Carson at 10. The others are around 5, with Bush and the others that were relegated to the early debate stage, at 2.

    They also said that 45% of the registered Republican voters are at a spot where they could see themselves switching their pics by Monday.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tyde View Post
    (I'm) a little preoccupied in Thailand right now

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    I'm going to come across as a bit of a douche but I really know more about this then anyone on this board by miles.

    In order to get Trump to the numbers they are reporting they are basing turnout at 170,000 voters on Monday. No Iowa Caucus has had more than 120,000. When you weight the numbers more towards historical turnouts the numbers are more like 35% Cruz, 18% Trump, 16-18% Rubio. Now my common sense brain is telling me people are bailing on Trump left and right around Iowa based on no showing the debate.

    Cruz has 12,000 Iowa volunteers on Monday. Think about that 10% of all the people voting are volunteering to assist the night of the caucus. That's more votes than most candidates will get and he has that in volunteers. The guy is doubling up on captains for the caucus locations.

    It would probably require Trump to get 25,000 Republican registrations the night of the caucus that'd be adding 5% to the Republican Party in Iowa. An unheard of and impossible number.

    Rubio is surging in Iowa and presumably that will carry forward into NH, especially if he finished second.

    Lastly, by Tuesday Trump will be in full meltdown mode and most likely calling Iowans stupid, Republicans stupid, Cruz stupid, Rubio stupid and basically anyone and everyone in his path before he quits like a little bitch.

     
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      BetCheckBet: very interesting take will be interesting to see how accurate
      
      drufdajewgod: The last part is Very funny and very accurate IF the first part is true
      
      Sloppy Joe: nice call

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    Quote Originally Posted by abrown83 View Post
    I'm going to come across as a bit of a douche but I really know more about this then anyone on this board by miles.

    In order to get Trump to the numbers they are reporting they are basing turnout at 170,000 voters on Monday. No Iowa Caucus has had more than 120,000. When you weight the numbers more towards historical turnouts the numbers are more like 35% Cruz, 18% Trump, 16-18% Rubio. Now my common sense brain is telling me people are bailing on Trump left and right around Iowa based on no showing the debate.

    Cruz has 12,000 Iowa volunteers on Monday. Think about that 10% of all the people voting are volunteering to assist the night of the caucus. That's more votes than most candidates will get and he has that in volunteers. The guy is doubling up on captains for the caucus locations.

    It would probably require Trump to get 25,000 Republican registrations the night of the caucus that'd be adding 5% to the Republican Party in Iowa. An unheard of and impossible number.

    Rubio is surging in Iowa and presumably that will carry forward into NH, especially if he finished second.

    Lastly, by Tuesday Trump will be in full meltdown mode and most likely calling Iowans stupid, Republicans stupid, Cruz stupid, Rubio stupid and basically anyone and everyone in his path before he quits like a little bitch.
    You Americans really miss out by not having CBC socialist radio.

    anyways I was listening to their programing Friday morning and the woman they were interviewing went out to Trumps veteran event Thursday. She was really surprised just how bad of a campaign team he has. The person who was in charge of the event was apparently an old apprentice contestant. She stated that numerous people in the crowd had no idea where to even go to vote on Monday. Apparently they never even tried to convey this information to anyone there or even discuss how important it is to get out and vote. It was all about trump and putting on a big show. On top of that numerous people there had no intention of voting but were just coming out for the show.

    They also raised a good point about the woman vote (which is always higher than males) and just how poorly trump does in this area. No one can seem to figure out how he is going to make up for that when he goes head to head with anyone. I've said from the start Trump runs great multiway but head to head he is terrible.

    I still expect Trump to be in good standing following Iowa but the above are really rookie mistakes. As long as Trump comes out on top he will be calm.

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    I'm just curious.....who are the 11 fucking mongoloids that said they are voting for Trump?

     
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      ftpjesus: Its up to 23 and hes nearing 50% of the poll

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    Where's Mike Bloomberg in this poll? He might actually go for it.

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    Cool

    So there is hope for PFA peeps after all. My faith in the community has been restored. Go Trump. (I am obv a mongoloid)

     
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    Quote Originally Posted by abrown83 View Post
    I'm going to come across as a bit of a douche but I really know more about this then anyone on this board by miles.

    In order to get Trump to the numbers they are reporting they are basing turnout at 170,000 voters on Monday. No Iowa Caucus has had more than 120,000. When you weight the numbers more towards historical turnouts the numbers are more like 35% Cruz, 18% Trump, 16-18% Rubio. Now my common sense brain is telling me people are bailing on Trump left and right around Iowa based on no showing the debate.

    Cruz has 12,000 Iowa volunteers on Monday. Think about that 10% of all the people voting are volunteering to assist the night of the caucus. That's more votes than most candidates will get and he has that in volunteers. The guy is doubling up on captains for the caucus locations.

    It would probably require Trump to get 25,000 Republican registrations the night of the caucus that'd be adding 5% to the Republican Party in Iowa. An unheard of and impossible number.

    Rubio is surging in Iowa and presumably that will carry forward into NH, especially if he finished second.

    Lastly, by Tuesday Trump will be in full meltdown mode and most likely calling Iowans stupid, Republicans stupid, Cruz stupid, Rubio stupid and basically anyone and everyone in his path before he quits like a little bitch.
    Sounds reasonable given that Iowa is CAUCUS state where the ground game is dominated by highly *religious* conservatives. And even if Trump wins in quirky New Hampshire, the first real test of strength nationally among likely GOP voters will be the South Carolina primary a few weeks later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by abrown83 View Post
    I'm going to come across as a bit of a douche but I really know more about this then anyone on this board by miles.

    In order to get Trump to the numbers they are reporting they are basing turnout at 170,000 voters on Monday. No Iowa Caucus has had more than 120,000. When you weight the numbers more towards historical turnouts the numbers are more like 35% Cruz, 18% Trump, 16-18% Rubio. Now my common sense brain is telling me people are bailing on Trump left and right around Iowa based on no showing the debate.

    Cruz has 12,000 Iowa volunteers on Monday. Think about that 10% of all the people voting are volunteering to assist the night of the caucus. That's more votes than most candidates will get and he has that in volunteers. The guy is doubling up on captains for the caucus locations.

    It would probably require Trump to get 25,000 Republican registrations the night of the caucus that'd be adding 5% to the Republican Party in Iowa. An unheard of and impossible number.

    Rubio is surging in Iowa and presumably that will carry forward into NH, especially if he finished second.

    Lastly, by Tuesday Trump will be in full meltdown mode and most likely calling Iowans stupid, Republicans stupid, Cruz stupid, Rubio stupid and basically anyone and everyone in his path before he quits like a little bitch.
    This makes sense. I always felt Cruz would take Iowa and I think Trump knows this as well. Trump should be a lock for NH. If he doesn't take that state he is done. I wouldn't be surprised if he just drops out all together if he gets no momentum.

  15. #15
    Donald Trump has the popularity but will it translate into enough votes?

    There is too many problems with Ted Cruz.
    His citizenship being the least of it.

    Cruz will most likely win in Iowa, if he doesn't then he's done.

    Trump actually has the best shot at being President at least for now.

    I doubt that anyone else will drop out of the Presidential race until "Super Tuesday" when most of the country votes.



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    Quote Originally Posted by DRK Star View Post
    Rand Paul did an AMA on Reddit a few weeks ago and it was actually really good. I liked his answers for solving many of the issues we have. He was well thought out and used logic. Didnt just blow political bs at you.
    Rand Paul is unelectable, because he intelligent and acts like a gentleman. Thus, the average American cannot relate to him.

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    I like the Donald, I would love to see Rand Paul win, but I don't think he can win it all. I like the way Donald doesn't give a fuck about what the politically correct people think, they are after all the vocal minority. I guess the moment that solidified my vote was this funny story

    http://www.politico.com/story/2016/0...bara-ad-218136

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    Just wondering what the poll would look like if everyone had their vote public?

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    Quote Originally Posted by 4Dragons View Post
    Just wondering what the poll would look like if everyone had their vote public?
    Thought about it but then didn't think we'd get totally honest results.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pooh View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by 4Dragons View Post
    Just wondering what the poll would look like if everyone had their vote public?
    Thought about it but then didn't think we'd get totally honest results.
    I want to know how many of Bottomset's dupes voted for Trump

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