Monday, July 7, 2008

POLL: 46% of Clinton Voters Won’t Vote Obama

Latest CNN Poll shows that more and more Hillary supporters won't vote for Obama.
"According to a CNN/Opinion Research Corp. poll released Friday, the number of Clinton supporters who plan to defect to Republican Sen. John McCain’s camp is down from one month ago, but — in what could be an ominous sign for Obama as he seeks to unify the party — the number of them who say they plan to vote for Obama is also down, and a growing number say they may not vote at all. (from CNN)



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11 comments:

Castleriggpekes said...

I think if people are disillusioned with BO they should in fact vote for McCain as a protest vote. The idea is to prevent BO from gaining the White House. Let him get On the job Training on someone else's time...

Anonymous said...

I totally agree with you. BO is just not qualified for this job.

Anonymous said...

Hes a horrible canidate.. Too young and not enough experience. He has about as much experience as Mickey Mpuse

Patricia said...

I know that Hillary wanted "party unity" but...I cannot support someone who hasn't played fair throughout this whole primary season..he more or less forced her out...him..his campaign...his supporters....the media...treated Hillary so unfairly...it sickens me to think if he gets elected...he knows nothing...has no experience but has managed to sway people with his "smooth talking" ways...the best thing would be for this to go to the Convention...nothing says that those "tables" can't turn!!!

Irma said...

Absolutely the vote should go to McCain. This Democratic primary was a hostile takeover. Let's let our voices be heard, they may be able to steal the primary, but we must do everything in our power to get a qualified, America-loving, experienced patriot in the White House.

Jane Heffelfinger said...

Yes, at this point I agree that if one wants to send a message to the leadership of the DNC one should vote for McCain. As deeply as it would sicken some, only a vote for McCain will ensure Howard, Nancy, Donna, Barack and others get the message LOUD AND CLEAR that we will not stand idly by and watch as this coup d'etat continues to destroy our party.

...at this point.

WAKE UP AMERICA!

WISE UP DEMOCRATS!

Anonymous said...

DON'T STAY HOME! VOTE MCCAIN!!! Staying home COULD lead to OBAMA winning. In order for Obama to LOSE McCAIN HAS TO WIN!!!

crypuma said...

Unfortunately I don't think the DNC is in charge anymore, Obama has cleaned house with HIS people. This is scarey folks.

It is growing more evident just how much control this man has over everyone already and he isn't even the nominee yet but you can believe he has that rigged and fixed no matter Puma Power, not that we shouldn't keep trying.

It is quite possibe we really only have ONE option left to us and that is full out support of McCain even though the Republican party is laughing how they are raking us all in. We may have no choice, but I would much rather have a gentler more experienced senior in the whitehouse than a person who tries to be all things to all people just to get elected but has plans to take over America once in in many many ways we may wake up without our freedoms. We can't let that happen. Protest vote may be are only hope.

lindanow2 said...

I'm still hoping that Hillary gets the nomination in Denver and that the Denver Group gets Hillary's name on the first ballot. If that does not happen and we end up with Barry as the candidate, I think McCain is the only way to go to save this country from Barry and his corrupt friends.

Anonymous said...

Well like i said before i wont be voting this nov.Because im not voting for mccain or obama.If hillary was still running yes i would vote.But in this case im not voting.First obama doesnt know anything about running a country.And if we elect mccain it will be another 4 years of bushy admin.Mccain is too old and doesnt have anything to bring to the table.

ronnie said...

If Hillary Clinton is not the nominee in November, I will be voting for John McCain. Rather than waste my vote by writing in Hillary's name, I will make my vote count- against Obama.