Poll: Who Won the Fox News / Google Debate?

Who won the debate?

  • Ron Paul (92%, 10,222 Votes)
  • Herman Cain (2%, 241 Votes)
  • Mitt Romney (2%, 226 Votes)
  • Gary Johnson (1%, 120 Votes)
  • Newt Gingrich (1%, 101 Votes)
  • Rick Perry (1%, 79 Votes)
  • Jon Huntsman (0%, 50 Votes)
  • Rick Santorum (0%, 36 Votes)
  • Michele Bachmann (0%, 34 Votes)

Total Voters: 11,110

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  • I don’t know why they didn’t give him more time with his polling numbers clearly at #3. Santorum gets more love than Paul does lol… Hannity did a post debate interview with him which was nice.


  • Willie Stubbs
  • Michael

    Well there ya go, Ron Paul won the debate with 92%! Now doesn’t that prove once and for all that Ron Paul will be the next president?

    OH for fukk sake you people, give it a rest. Ron Paul is so over he’s hardly conscious. The sooner this stupid silly old coot is put out to pasture the sooner the Repubs will have to come up with a candidate that isn’t completely batshit crazy like Bawwwkman or Perry.

    • ridehard

      Spoken like a true israeli firster.

    • You kiss your mother with that mouth, dont you get it, his message of freedom includes you too dummie.

      • ridehard

        What’s dirty about the truth?
        Everyone knows you firster’s are here to sabatoge Ron Paul. We don’t get paid to be on here. (LIKE YOU DO)

      • ridehard

        Sorry, My Bad! thought you were refering to me. By the way your last post was outstanding. you should copyright it.

    • Jim

      I can’t quite hear what you are saying Michael, but keep moving your lips, it feels good.

    • Reza

      I can tolerate your first paragraph. But, the second… You can go for Fuck’s sake; but, we go for humanity’s sake.

    • Ross

      Michael ; Unfortunately your witless comments cannot surpass your stupidity.

  • Eric

    I just watched the post debate Hannity interview of Ron Paul……now, I hate Sean Hannity…but I commend him for addressing foreign policy with Ron Paul and giving him a chance to explain it, although it isn’t as much viewers as the actual debate, it’s still a chance for him to spread his message…I bet Hannity was thinking he could make Ron look foolish somehow, but all that interview did was score Dr. Paul some serious points πŸ™‚

    • Michael

      Ron Paul makes himself look foolish. He doesn`t need a batshit crazy Fox noise announcer like Hannity to help him.

  • Frederic

    Ron Paul is the only candidate to respond to the questions with ease and without going around and around. He is not afraid to say what he feels. He is the only one that I see within the Rep. Candidates to offer the true change that this country needs to get back on the right track once again. The only problem I see is that he is very direct and to the point. A quality but in a debate, can be an issue for what most Americans are not ready to hear. Lets make Ron Paul our next President!

    • bill

      To be blunt, I don’t want Ron Paul to ever water down the issues and not discuss what Americans don’t want to hear. The truth is the truth, and it must come out.

      I prepared more than a decade ago for the truth while my neighbors HELOCed or moved to expensive areas that were more than eight times their incomes.

      Reality is a hard wrench that turns. But you turn with it.

  • JJ

    Here’s the link for the Fox/Google Debate Poll:


    Ron Paul 2012!

  • mark
    • Ryan

      Thanks for all the polls links. I just voted in all of them πŸ™‚
      Ron Paul is kicking booty in all the polls! πŸ™‚

      • bill

        I’m a deep Ron Paul supporter. But frankly, I did not watch the debate. I hope the only people who vote in your link and all the other links that are posted actually watched the debate. I saw some of the results. Many of them over 90% for Ron Paul.

        While I’m a very radical libertarian from decades back, I am realistic. Most Americans want handouts and are too lazy/stupid to make any effort to improve themselves. I cannot believe 90% of Republicans would favor Ron Paul over Romney/Perry. They cannot change from GWB conservatives to real small government Republicans in three years. The same ones voted for constipation Dole in 1996.

  • Daniels
  • mark
    • kyle s

      I’m printscreening them all right now, make sure you do that too. Thanks alot.

  • kyle s

    Make sure you stay tuned for the fox news “interview”. Bachmann then Paul before Cain NEXT! Should be very interesting.

  • Matthew

    Very disappointed with the amount of time they gave Ron Paul. It should be clear to the American people that these debates have not been objective in finding the best candidate for the job. It is a media circus between Romney and Perry. These are the two candidates the media has chosen. This is obvious. In the post-debate discussion, that is all they talk about. We must campaign and donate hard to really make it clear to the people that Ron Paul is the only choice. He clearly has a deep understanding of this country and the appropriate solutions to fix the problems that we have.

    • Joe

      I’m giving another donation to Ron Paul right now. I have this one thing to say about Rick Perry. Did someone suck the life out of George Bush and stuff him into Rick Perry? OMG, his attempt to out the flip-floppyness of Mitt was painful to listen too. PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE let this twit disappear. I loved how Huntsman said illustrated how Mitt and Perry may bludgeon each other before this is all over. How lucky they are standing right next to each other. You can’t tell me that either of those will be the choice.

      I definitely feel like even Bachman got more time and questions than Ron Paul, and he is beating her. I think though that Ron Paul needs to start really clarifying how his views will create growth. What is is jobs policy, how much it will save, how will it make us safer and how much money we will have (by removing the troops from foreign lands) to spend on real defense. Put his policy into action terms. Talking about the booms and busts and the free-market is good but it gets lost on the audience as a non-answer. Instead discredit the others suggestions by saying we need real plans that will fundamently change the future potential for prosperity in this nation by doing x, y, z. Without these actions, which no one here is suggesting we will continue down the same path we have been moving on for 50+ years.

      I wouldn’t say this was his best showing, but I did like his answer on education. Anyhow, someone needs to log the time the network allows Romney and Mitt to debate each other. I wish one candidate would just say, “Hey, we are tired of listening to these to pinheads say the same things over and over. How about we give America the opportunity to choose their own Republican candidate.”

      Anyhow, vote in this poll, and we wil see how quickly fox takes it down:

      • kyle s

        As a fellow Texan I would just like to apologize to everyone who had to experience that thing called Rick Perry. He is George Bush #2 and he was obviously out of his element. It was like he went up there not to debate but to somehow destroy Mitt’s credibility. Which in my opinion backfired in his face. Perry was flat dab in the center of the stage, got more time than anyone, and Fox even claimed he was the frontrunner after the debate. In my opinion he shouldn’t even be there, he got beat by everybody. I think it’s clear what candidates fox is pushing. Check out a video called “outfoxed” on google video and see how they go about doing this. Also check out this little gem:

  • Ron Paul has more wisdom than all the other candidates combined. Deal with the Federal Reserve and re institute sound money to our country and all good things will follow–Natural laws of supply and demand will replace two thirds of govt. bureaucrats and the rest of the world will follow our lead. Stop trying to micro manage the rest of the world and they may get off our case. Get rid of the IRS and institute a simple fair taxation system and we’ll be well on our way to peace and prosperity.

  • Eric

    You know, as I was watching this, as soon as they brought up foreign policy I told my father they would not let Ron Paul address the topic….LO AND BEHOLD. Biased fricken media….the establishment fears his logical common sense filled solutions that nobody could possibly disagree with except stubborn brainwashed idiots who think they provide backing for their arguments when they really don’t. Ron Paul 2012

  • Min Lee

    Man….. again and again and again…. after RP becoming the mainstream idea, like the last debate, RP wasn’t asked the right question and he didn’t have enough time….. Can someone point this out like last time?

  • Michael

    Its so funny to see them all use Ron Paul policies. Everything they say is just mouthing what RP Said. Funny in 08 they tryed to poo haa haa him and discredit him now they all want to look as if all Ron Pauls talking points are thier own. Ron Paul was dished up lemons again but turned them into lemonaid. The rest of them are boot lickers to Rothschild central bank Fed Reserve CORP. Israel is not our best freind no way no how thats bullshit.

    • bill

      Great post! Spot on 100%

  • Dawid
    • kyle s

      Awesome results, thanks!!

    • Joe

      Listening to one of those fox links now and they did the ol great Mitt Romney carries NH strongly with 29% and Perry in 3rd at 9%. They didn’t even mention Ron Paul at all. Ugh, i wanna puke. Ron Paul needs to go to local newscasts repeatedly all across this nation. Or something, anything. But this is sick. I do know one thing, I don’t think Perry would stand a chance against Obama. Obama’s honestly a better speaker although I want to rip my ears off everytime he opens his mouth. However, with Perry, I wanna rip my ears off and bury my head in the sand. I don’t think he will maintain his surge. That is unless Hannity gives him a hummer on national TV like he wanted to the other night.

  • kyle s

    Paul only got maybe 4 or 5 chances to speak, and was once again ostracized.
    I felt Perry was completely humiliated but after the debate FAUX NEWS decided he and Romney won it. I actually felt Romney and Caine actually won it. Most of it was bickering, Bachman read a teleprompter, and only Paul made any sense. I hate how Paul is being treated, but what can we do about it????

    • Ryan

      Keep on, keeping on!
      … The message is getting out…
      … Tell your friends, tell your family, tell your neighbors….

    • bringbackamerica

      Have you considered the Ron Paul phone from home program? It is an outstanding idea by the campaign. I do an hour every other night and plan to do a few hours on Saturday. It’s a great way to help Ron Paul and the cause of liberty.

  • Ryan

    The moderators barely gave RP any time at all, not that I’m surprised considering who the moderators were. But from the cheers when Ron Paul did get a chance to speak, I’d say he won the debate in spite of the efforts of the Fox crew to make it a Perry/Romney battle.

    Ron Paul 2012!

  • kenny trainor

    The other candidates say what they hope Americans want to hear. Ron Paul says what he thinks and Americans need to hear it.

  • Robert Hembree

    Mitt Romney and Rick Perry are wolves in sheep’s clothing, their just politicians. We dont need a politician! We need someone more like George Washington not George Bush! Ron Paul is our man!