Interesting Poll

http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/presidential-races/293746-poll-majority-of-gop-voters-wish-they-chose-another

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A majority of Republicans wish they had selected a different presidential nominee than Donald Trump, a new poll finds.

A new HuffPost/YouGov poll released Monday found that 54 percent of Republican and GOP-leaning voters believe Trump isn’t the best choice as the party’s nominee, while 35 percent are satisfied with the real estate mogul as the party’s standard-bearer.
There’s a jump in dissatisfaction since the same poll in June, which at the time found that 44 percent believe Trump was the best option, while another 44 percent didn’t.

Trump was one of 17 Republican candidates running for president. When asked whom they’d like to win in a primary do-over, 29 percent of those selected Trump, 15 percent picked Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), 14 percent chose Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), and several other names received less than 10 percent each.


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Direct result of putting up such a giant field. The biggest blowhard gets all the attention.

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Originally posted by Edistodaniel

http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/presidential-races/293746-poll-majority-of-gop-voters-wish-they-chose-another

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A majority of Republicans wish they had selected a different presidential nominee than Donald Trump, a new poll finds.

A new HuffPost/YouGov poll released Monday found that 54 percent of Republican and GOP-leaning voters believe Trump isn’t the best choice as the party’s nominee, while 35 percent are satisfied with the real estate mogul as the party’s standard-bearer.
There’s a jump in dissatisfaction since the same poll in June, which at the time found that 44 percent believe Trump was the best option, while another 44 percent didn’t.

Trump was one of 17 Republican candidates running for president. When asked whom they’d like to win in a primary do-over, 29 percent of those selected Trump, 15 percent picked Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), 14 percent chose Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), and several other names received less than 10 percent each.


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Direct result of putting up such a giant field. The biggest blowhard gets all the attention.


May be true, but at least the people had a choice. The dems offered one candidate.

May be true, but at least the people had a choice.

Yes, they did, except when the votes were all counted and a candidate selected, it appears many of those who made a choice don’t understand the voting for one of 17 Republican candidates is over. Now there’s only a single choice that means anything - Trump or Hillary. That’s it! What happened the last year is meaningless and self-destructing to dwell on … :wink:

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Originally posted by 7cs
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Originally posted by Edistodaniel

http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/presidential-races/293746-poll-majority-of-gop-voters-wish-they-chose-another

quote:
A majority of Republicans wish they had selected a different presidential nominee than Donald Trump, a new poll finds.

A new HuffPost/YouGov poll released Monday found that 54 percent of Republican and GOP-leaning voters believe Trump isn’t the best choice as the party’s nominee, while 35 percent are satisfied with the real estate mogul as the party’s standard-bearer.
There’s a jump in dissatisfaction since the same poll in June, which at the time found that 44 percent believe Trump was the best option, while another 44 percent didn’t.

Trump was one of 17 Republican candidates running for president. When asked whom they’d like to win in a primary do-over, 29 percent of those selected Trump, 15 percent picked Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), 14 percent chose Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), and several other names received less than 10 percent each.


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Direct result of putting up such a giant field. The biggest blowhard gets all the attention.


May be true, but at least the people had a choice. The dems offered one candidate.


Yep, all the big ego folks showed up.

Perhaps a smaller field was a better strategy :smiley:

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Originally posted by poly ball
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Originally posted by 7cs
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Originally posted by Edistodaniel

http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/presidential-races/293746-poll-majority-of-gop-voters-wish-they-chose-another

quote:
A majority of Republicans wish they had selected a different presidential nominee than Donald Trump, a new poll finds.

A new HuffPost/YouGov poll released Monday found that 54 percent of Republican and GOP-leaning voters believe Trump isn’t the best choice as the party’s nominee, while 35 percent are satisfied with the real estate mogul as the party’s standard-bearer.
There’s a jump in dissatisfaction since the same poll in June, which at the time found that 44 percent believe Trump was the best option, while another 44 percent didn’t.

Trump was one of 17 Republican candidates running for president. When asked whom they’d like to win in a primary do-over, 29 percent of those selected Trump, 15 percent picked Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), 14 percent chose Sen. Marco Rubio (R-Fla.), and several other names received less than 10 percent each.


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Direct result of putting up such a giant field. The biggest blowhard gets all the attention.


May be true, but at least the people had a choice. The dems offered one candidate.


Yep, all the big ego folks showed u