Last week’s poll asked, “Which presidential candidate do you support now?”
The results broke down like this:
After a real horse race, Dennis Kucinich came in first with 41 percent.
In second place, Howard Dean garnered votes from 28 percent of those who participated in the poll.
Thirteen percent gave their support to OutKast fan Wesley Clark.
Ralph Nader, who has not yet announced whether he will run, came in fourth with nine percent of the vote.
In fifth place, there was a three-way tie between Carol Moseley Braun, John Edwards, and Richard Gephardt.
And bringing up the rear, Al Sharpton, John Kerry, and Joseph Lieberman received zero votes.
Next time we do a presidential poll, we will include Republicans and a no-vote/”they all reek” option.
Thanks to all who took the survey for taking part here at Free Speech Central.
This week’s poll question is: “Where do you stand on drug and plant legalization?”
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