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What chance the following Democrats have to defeat the Republican nominee in the 2016 presidential elections?

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Regardless of who ends up being the official Republican nominee, what percentage chance do you think each of the following Democrats have to actually defeat the Republican nominee in the 2016 presidential elections? Set a percentage score from 0 to 100 for each candidate. This poll will be closed on the day of the Democratic convention in 2016. Note that registered member can update their vote as many times as they wish up until then. Check some of the other 2016 presidential election polls if you want to vote on the candidates you'd actually want to win, regardless of their chances to do so.

2016 US presidential election polls:

Choice Blog entries Score votes Maximum score
68.33 %Hillary Clinton — US Secretary of State & fmr. U.S. Senator from New York (D)1 entry2053300
53.33 %Elizabeth Warren — U.S. Senator from Massachusetts (D)01603300
51.67 %Joe Biden — Vice President of the United States & fmr. U.S. Senator from Delaware (D)01553300
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Whom would you bet will win the Democratic nomination for the 2016 presidential election?

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This poll is here to test the collective wisdom (or lack thereof!) of this community. Can we, together, guess the name of the eventual official Democratic nominee? Whom would you bet will win the Democratic nomination for the 2016 presidential election? You can vote for (or select) as many candidate as you think have a very good chance of winning the primary. If good candidates are missing in the poll below, you can add their names. Polling here will be closed on the first day of official polling in the Democratic primary. Note that you update your vote as many times as you wish up until then. Check out the other 2016 polls if you want to vote on the candidates you'd actually want to win, regardless of their real chances.

Choice Blog entries Votes for votes score
100 %Kathleen Sebelius — US Secretary of Health and Human Services & fmr. Governor of Kansas (D)0222
100 %Hillary Clinton — US Secretary of State & fmr. U.S. Senator from New York (D)1 entry222
100 %Elizabeth Warren — U.S. Senator from Massachusetts (D)0222
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Whom would you bet will win the Republican nomination for the 2016 presidential election?

This poll operates like a wiki: feel free to update its summary and, if applicable, add a new, better option to the poll itself.

This poll is here to test the collective wisdom (or lack thereof!) of this community. Can we, together, guess the name of the eventual official Democratic nominee? Whom would you bet will win the Republican nomination for the 2016 presidential election? You can vote for (or select) as many candidate as you think have a very good chance of winning the primary. If good candidates are missing in the poll below, you can add their names. Polling here will be closed on the first day of official polling in the Republican primary. Note that you update your vote as many times as you wish up until then. Check out the other 2016 polls if you want to vote on the candidates you'd actually want to win, regardless of their real chances.

Choice Blog entries Votes for votes score
100 %Chris Christie — Governor of New Jersey (R)0222
100 %Marco Rubio — U.S. Senator from Florida (R)0222
50 %Jon Huntsman — fmr. Governor of Utah & fmr. US Ambassador (R)0121
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What chance the following Republicans have to defeat the Democrat nominee in the 2016 presidential elections?

This poll operates like a wiki: feel free to update its summary and, if applicable, add a new, better option to the poll itself.

Regardless of who ends up being the official Democratic nominee, what percentage chance do you think each of the following Republicans have to actually defeat the Democratic nominee in the 2016 presidential elections? Set a percentage score from 0 to 100 for each candidate. This poll will be closed on the day of the Republican convention in 2016. Note that registered member can update their vote as many times as they wish up until then. Check some of the other 2016 presidential election polls if you want to vote on the candidates you'd actually want to win, regardless of their chances to do so.

Choice Blog entries Score votes Maximum score
51.67 %Chris Christie — Governor of New Jersey (R)01553300
48.33 %Jon Huntsman — fmr. Governor of Utah & fmr. US Ambassador (R)01453300
42 %Marco Rubio — U.S. Senator from Florida (R)01263300
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Who would be your ideal left-wing candidates for the 2016 presidential elections?

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On the left side of the political divide, who would be your ideal candidates for the 2016 presidential elections? If you dislike them all, vote "I like" for the candidates you dislike the least, the aim being to find out which of the following candidates have the biggest appeal across the political spectrum. As with all community polls, feel free to add names of left wing politicians you would like (Right wing candidates will be removed from this poll). As usual, you can update your vote anytime you wish. Follow up polls will eventually be set up where Right and Left candidates will be pitched against each other …

Choice Blog entries I like Average I don't like I don't know votes score
80 %Bernie Sanders — U.S. Senator from Vermont (Ind.)0400158
80 %Elizabeth Warren — U.S. Senator from Massachusetts (D)0400158
60 %Howard Dean — fmr. Governor of Vermont (D)0220156
60 %Hillary Clinton — US Secretary of State & fmr. U.S. Senator from New York (D)1 entry220156
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Who would be your ideal right-wing candidates for the 2016 presidential elections?

This poll operates like a wiki: feel free to update its summary and, if applicable, add a new, better option to the poll itself.

On the right side of the political divide, who would be your ideal candidates for the 2016 presidential elections? If you dislike them all, vote "I like" for the candidates you dislike the least, the aim being to find out which of the following candidates have the biggest appeal across the political spectrum. As with all community polls, feel free to add names of right wing politicians you would like (Left wing candidates will be removed from this poll). As usual, you can update your vote anytime you wish. Follow up polls will eventually be set up where Right and Left candidates will be pitched against each other …

Choice Blog entries I like Average I don't like I don't know votes score
83.33 %Jon Huntsman — fmr. Governor of Utah & fmr. US Ambassador (R)0210035
50 %Condoleeza Rice — fmr. US Secretary of State (R)0111033
50 %Chris Christie — Governor of New Jersey (R)0111033
50 %Arnold Schwarzenegger — fmr. Governor of California (R)0111033
50 %Gary Johnson — fmr. Governor of New Mexico (Libertarian)0111033
50 %Ben Carson — neurosurgeon (Ind.)0111033
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Should Canada join the USA?

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This poll is directly inspired by Adrian Tawfik's blog entry Why Canada Should Consider Joining the United States. This is a Community Manifesto poll, and as will all community polls, you can insert relevant statements for other members to vote on. There is also a referendum-like open poll based on the same blog entry.

Listing in Community Manifesto:

Choice Blog entries Score votes Maximum score
66.67 %A world with fewer borders would be a better place.020330
60 %No, the two countries are too far apart socially, economically, politically and democratically to consider a union at this stage018330
60 %Canada would lose more than it would win by joining the US.1 entry18330
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How Crazy is This Idea? (about Canada and US)

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I would appreciate any thoughts. This article was up at my site for a bit and got some comments but I want to now see a vote on the idea if possible...

Choice Blog entries Score votes Maximum score
90 %I agree with the ideas expressed in the article (0 = not at all; 10 = very much)018220
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