2012 Presidential elections

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[2012 Presidential Poll] Score voting, members only

This presidential poll is for members only. Since we all can update our ballot according to the current results, it would be interesting to see who is the best candidate we can come up with. Also, whether you like any of the top 2~3 candidates or not, you can get more informed about them in order to promote the candidate you would prefer most (or dislike least, as the case may be) amongst those top candidates.

Choice Blog entries Score votes Maximum score
60 % Jill Stein (Green Party US nominee) 1 entry 30 5 50
48 % Cynthia McKinney (Green Party US) 0 24 5 50
48 % Roseanne Barr (Green Party US) 0 24 5 50
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What issue will the most influence your vote for the 2012 elections?

See our previous edition What issue will the most influence your vote for the 2008 elections?

What issue will the most influence your vote for the 2012 elections?

If all issues are important to you, vote "I like" only for those issues that you think are most important. Vote "I don't like" for those issues that are of no concern to you, or that you feel are much less important.

Choice Blog entries +10-1I don't know Votes Score
90 % Improve the health care system 0 52 4 4 0 60 48
85.83 % Protect the environment 5 entries 48 7 5 0 60 43
82.5 % Less marginal tax rate on working-poor, and more on high incomes (such as upper 5%) 0 47 5 7 1 60 39
82.5 % Increase taxes on the very rich (millionaires and billionaires) 0 46 7 6 1 60 39
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[2012 Presidential Poll] Score voting

For comparison purposes, in order to see how different election methods can affect the results, you can also vote in the following polls:

Choice Blog entries Score votes Maximum score
51.58 % Barack Obama (Democratic Party nominee) 2 entries 1011 196 1960
41.84 % Elizabeth Warren (Democratic Party) 0 820 196 1960
37.65 % Jill Stein (Green Party US nominee) 1 entry 738 196 1960
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[2012 Presidential Poll] Approval voting

For comparison purposes, in order to see how different election methods can affect the results, you can also vote in the following polls:

Choice Blog entries Votes for votes score
64.21 % Elizabeth Warren (Democratic Party) 0 122 190 122
62.63 % Barack Obama (Democratic Party nominee) 2 entries 119 190 119
51.58 % Joe Biden (Democratic Party VP nominee) 0 98 190 98
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[2012 Presidential Poll] Plurality voting

For comparison purposes, in order to see how different election methods can affect the results, you can also vote in the following polls:

Choice Blog entries Votes for votes score
37.78 % Barack Obama (Democratic Party nominee) 2 entries 68 180 68
12.22 % Elizabeth Warren (Democratic Party) 0 22 180 22
10 % Ron Paul (Republican Party) 0 18 180 18
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[2012 Presidential Poll] Emocracy Voting

For comparison purposes, in order to see how different election methods can affect the results, you can also vote in the following polls:

Choice Blog entries +10-1I don't know Votes Score
70.59 % Elizabeth Warren (Democratic Party) 0 144 24 35 18 221 91
68.55 % Barack Obama (Democratic Party nominee) 2 entries 134 35 49 3 221 82
61.09 % Joe Biden (Democratic Party VP nominee) 0 109 52 53 7 221 49
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