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goobergunch Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Aug-22-03 01:05 PM
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Poll question: Which party would you vote for in 2004...
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Edited on Fri Aug-22-03 01:28 PM by goobergunch
...if the Congressional election were done by proportional representation?

Here, I'm assuming that each of the two major parties will split, so there will probably be the viable parties listed herein.

This is posted on behalf of redeye.


Poll result (52 votes)
Greens (9 votes, 17%)Vote
Progressives, e.g. Wellstone and Feingold (26 votes, 50%)Vote
Populists (economic liberals, social conservatives) (2 votes, 4%)Vote
DLC (New Democrats) (1 votes, 2%)Vote
Traditional Republicans, e.g. Snowe and McCain (1 votes, 2%)Vote
Libertarians (2 votes, 4%)Vote
Christian Coalition (2 votes, 4%)Vote
Traditional Democrats (social liberals and fiscal moderates) (9 votes, 17%)Vote

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  -Which party would you vote for in 2004... goobergunch  Aug-22-03 01:05 PM   #0 
  - you forgot traditional Democrats  dwickham   Aug-22-03 01:07 PM   #1 
  - There are only two parties in this poll...  onehandle   Aug-22-03 01:10 PM   #2 
  - So are you saying the onmi-party is fillibustering itself in the senate?  wuushew   Aug-22-03 01:14 PM   #3 
     - The subject line was incorrect...  onehandle   Aug-22-03 01:32 PM   #5 
  - You options leave out the largest block of Democratic voters.  Kahuna   Aug-22-03 01:19 PM   #4 
  - who the hell voted for The Christian Coalition?  VermontDem2004   Aug-22-03 01:34 PM   #6 
  - No shit  DealsGapRider   Aug-22-03 01:39 PM   #8 
     - I doubt it  bicentennial_baby   Aug-22-03 02:06 PM   #13 
  - Populists are not socially conservative  WhoCountsTheVotes   Aug-22-03 01:38 PM   #7 
  - I agree with you  goobergunch   Aug-22-03 02:05 PM   #12 
  - Hey! Where are the Socialists?!  JanMichael   Aug-22-03 01:49 PM   #9 
  - hey this is America!  WhoCountsTheVotes   Aug-22-03 01:51 PM   #10 
  - Progressive Dems  gyopsy   Aug-22-03 02:00 PM   #11 
  - The poll is about who you would vote for if there was proportional  ryharrin   Aug-23-03 02:08 AM   #16 
  - I definitely disagree with your definition of populist  mandyky   Aug-22-03 02:10 PM   #14 
     - Would you define "populist" please?  redeye   Aug-23-03 02:01 AM   #15 
        - Populists  WonderTwins   Aug-23-03 02:22 AM   #17 

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