Poll: Which Potential GOP Tickets Would You Vote for in the General Election?

Please take a few minutes to think about and answer these 27 questions.

If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • GOP: Pres. Rand Paul, VP Newt Gingrich (66%, 1,009 Votes)
  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (29%, 448 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (5%, 73 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,529

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (77%, 1,214 Votes)
  • GOP: Pres. Mitt Romney, VP Jon Huntsman (12%, 193 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (11%, 161 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,567

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • GOP: Pres. Ron Paul, VP Paul Ryan (95%, 1,490 Votes)
  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (3%, 45 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (2%, 26 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,561

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (48%, 738 Votes)
  • GOP: Pres. Rick Santorum, VP Ron Paul (44%, 674 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (8%, 113 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,525

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (82%, 1,236 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (11%, 169 Votes)
  • GOP: Pres. Rick Santorum, VP Rick Perry (7%, 112 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,516

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • GOP: Pres. Ron Paul, VP Rick Perry (87%, 1,335 Votes)
  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (11%, 162 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (2%, 35 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,532

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (53%, 814 Votes)
  • GOP: Pres. Mitt Romney, VP Ron Paul (42%, 651 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (5%, 78 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,543

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (82%, 1,277 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (10%, 161 Votes)
  • GOP: Pres. Newt Gingrich, VP Rick Santorum (8%, 118 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,556

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (82%, 1,260 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (10%, 157 Votes)
  • GOP: Pres. Rick Santorum, VP Newt Gingrich (8%, 118 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,534

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (49%, 775 Votes)
  • GOP: Pres. Newt Gingrich, VP Ron Paul (46%, 725 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (5%, 92 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,589

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (82%, 1,262 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (11%, 163 Votes)
  • GOP: Pres. Newt Gingrich, VP Sarah Palin (7%, 115 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,540

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • GOP: Pres. Rand Paul, VP Gary Johnson (87%, 1,339 Votes)
  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (10%, 154 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (3%, 40 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,533

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • GOP: Pres. Ron Paul, VP Gary Johnson (98%, 1,489 Votes)
  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (1%, 18 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (1%, 17 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,523

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • GOP: Pres. Ron Paul, VP Newt Gingrich (84%, 1,793 Votes)
  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (14%, 300 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (2%, 38 Votes)

Total Voters: 2,131

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (61%, 1,192 Votes)
  • GOP: Pres. Mitt Romney, VP Rand Paul (33%, 639 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (6%, 125 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,956

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (71%, 1,127 Votes)
  • GOP: Pres. Newt Gingrich, VP Rand Paul (23%, 370 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (6%, 95 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,592

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (85%, 1,340 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (10%, 161 Votes)
  • GOP: Pres. Rick Santorum, VP Michele Bachmann (5%, 85 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,585

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • GOP: Pres. Ron Paul, VP Dennis Kucinich (96%, 1,598 Votes)
  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (3%, 52 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (1%, 14 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,663

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (87%, 1,307 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (7%, 108 Votes)
  • GOP: Pres. Mitt Romney, VP Tim Pawlenty (6%, 89 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,504

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • GOP: Pres. Ron Paul, VP Mitt Romney (89%, 1,376 Votes)
  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (10%, 155 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (1%, 22 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,553

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (84%, 1,288 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (9%, 142 Votes)
  • GOP: Pres. Newt Gingrich, VP Herman Cain (7%, 95 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,525

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • GOP: Pres. Ron Paul, VP Andrew Napolitano (98%, 1,658 Votes)
  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (1%, 21 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (1%, 16 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,693

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • GOP: Pres. Rand Paul, VP Ron Paul (92%, 1,417 Votes)
  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (6%, 88 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (2%, 30 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,535

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • GOP: Pres. Ron Paul, VP Rand Paul (97%, 1,650 Votes)
  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (2%, 26 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (1%, 18 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,694

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • GOP: Pres. Ron Paul, VP Jesse Ventura (95%, 1,494 Votes)
  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (4%, 63 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (1%, 16 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,573

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • GOP: Pres. Ron Paul, VP Sarah Palin (85%, 1,394 Votes)
  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (12%, 196 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (3%, 58 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,648

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If the following were the only options available in the 2012 General Election, who would you vote for?

  • GOP: Pres. Rand Paul, VP Mitt Romney (70%, 1,081 Votes)
  • I wouldn't vote at all or I might vote third party (25%, 388 Votes)
  • Dems: Pres. Barack Obama, VP Joe Biden (5%, 69 Votes)

Total Voters: 1,538

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76 Comments:

  1. no reason as to why? What view do you consider to make him a bag of nuts?

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  2. Will direct vote as Ron Paul asks, expecting that Dr. Paul will make the best decision for the advancement of freedom. If he is not on, and does not direct, I will vote Libertarian or write Dr. Paul in.

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  3. i would be very disappointed if there was a bait and switch where all of a sudden rand goes for president. would prefer ron paul with any vp or mitt romney with almost any vp. as for the rest of them, i’d rather for sure have 4 more bad years with obama, than potentially 8 bad years with one of the other geniuses, personally though, if rand is for president, and ron for vp, that would mean I’ve been wrong about ron paul being a straight shooter, and it would probably cost them my vote

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  4. I think Judge is hands down the best, I remember taking one of the polls before and I voted for Kucinich but I’ve had some time to reflect on it since then and I think Judge is the only one who would continue the sincerity of this campaign. I like Rand as well, but I think he’d do better for everything if he kept Congress in check and helped passed some key legislation, or help repeal a bunch of stuff

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  5. I think Judge is hands down the best, I remember taking one of the polls before and I voted for Kucinich but I’ve had some time to reflect on it since then and I think Judge is the only one who would continue the sincerity of this campaign. I like Rand as well, but I think he’d do better for everything if he kept Congress in check and helped passed some key legislation, or help repeal a bunch of stuff

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    • and Jesse Ventura seems like a good choice, but for the love of God if anything happened to Ron Paul then I’m afraid Ventura’s hot-headedness would fuck some shit up, love the man, but he makes the sanity of our cause for liberty look kinda insane

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    • @SpectreMadrigal I agree about Rand. And I admit I kinda switch back and forth between Kucinich and the Judge. Maybe the Judge would bring in more votes than Kucinich I don’t know. But Dennis is a lot like Paul and he’s really has balls too. But does anyone on here know if a father and son in the whitehouse is even legal?

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        The judge is great, but hands down Paul would get more votes with a kucinich ticket. It would be a winning ticket for both sides of the isle left & right. + VP’s don’t have any influence over policy making, they’re just a face piece.

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        • @FreedomIsAbsolute@SpectreMadrigal I just figured that since the Judge was on tv that he might attract more support than Kucinich. I didn’t follow Dennis much when he was running but I saw a debate and heard a few speeches and he is really great. I’d love to see Paul-Kucinich, man that would be a dream come true.

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  6. Can there really be a father and son in the whitehouse together? I like Rand but he still might need some more experience in my opinion. Ventura would be better in charge of homeland security lol. Nepolitano is a great guy but I would rather see Kucinich and Paul together in the house. The guys are good friends and they have already picked eachother for the job in numerous past interviews. It’s sad though because it seems choosing a VP now is like a popularity contest. You choose whoever gets you teh most votes. That’s why the other guys are still in the race. They want to get a lil more popularity in hopes that Romney will pick ’em up. (which won’t happen)

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  7. I would vote for any of those combinations against Obama

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  8. President Ron Paul, Vice President Ross Perot! FTW!

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  9. Someone actually said they would vote Santorum and Bachmann. When That day comes I’m quitting school and try to have as much fun as I can before we all die of nuclear war.

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  10. I choose Ron Paul as the presidential poll and Rand as the VP.

    Heaven help us should Ron Paul not be the president, the choice I have to lead our nation is Rand Paul, with the VP being Jesse Ventura. I know though in my heart of hearts that our nation is in need of the great Ron Paul to turn our country in the direction we need to turn. Rand Paul knows of the same values as this great man. Jesse Ventura is also someone that stands for not rolling with the status quo. He’s constantly actively questioning the big brother theorem and does so with staunch vigor.

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  11. @kylefinnesand Paul/Paul hadde vore litt søtt da. Pussig at dei ikkje har reglar mot sånt i USA, slik me har i Noreg.

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  12. @kylefinnesand Å herre, tenk deg Santorum/Bachmann som den endelege lista. Uuææh.

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  13. I’d vote for just about any of these against Obama … except NOT Mitt Romney who is in FAVOR of NDAA – sickening. If that were my only choice, I would not vote.

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  14. how about Judge Napolitano for Cabinet -Department of Justice?

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  15. Pres. Ron Paul, VP Dennis Kucinich

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  16. Good point! I like Paul-Paul but I also like Rand stepping up to follow his Dad. Besides, I like Ron Paul-Andrew Napolitano, too

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  17. I would like to see a Ron Paul vp Jim Demint ticket

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  18. I wouldn’t want Rand Paul to be VP, then in 2020 he won’t be able to run for president and continue the change for constitutional limited government. Yes, Ron Paul would make a huge impact in his 2 terms of being president, but why not let it continue with his son being president. Beside I think Ron would like him to stay in the Senate to give him more support in the senate and help to get bill passed.

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  19. I would rather see Judge Nepalitano as a Supreme Justice than VP

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