Vote Here: Ongoing Internet Straw Poll — Democrats/Independents
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UPDATE: I created the above straw poll. So far as I’m aware, there are seven other straw polls I’ve seen online. They are as follows:
1) Move-On straw poll conducted among its membership — Beto won.
2) Several Daily Kos straw polls (which enables one to vote twice or more) — Warren, Harris and Sanders have won. NOTE: This poll renews every day weeks.
3) Democracy for America (DFA) — a political action committee with over a million members also conducted a straw poll — Sanders won.
4) Common Defense straw poll among veterans — Sanders won.
5) There is also another Strawpoll.com poll offering many more candidates, but that poll didn’t include Gabbard or Ventura. [this poll is still going with Bernie clobbering everybody with over 60%]
6) Democracy for America Straw Poll (94,163 voters) — Sanders Wins:
7) An OPA straw poll using ranked choice voting, where you pick your first, second and third choices, etc. — Sanders Wins:
Given Independent voters also play a role I emphasized Independents to this Democratic Primary straw poll. Based on my knowledge (which is reasonably good), I selected the candidates I thought would be among the top 10 vote getters in the Democratic Primary, including an Undecided category. Ojeda, Castro and Gillibrand were registering so very low in other polls I didn’t include them.
I posted this poll onto multiple veteran, union and minority social media sites. Advocates supporting their favorite candidates also respectively spread the existence of this poll.
For the record, I’m a Bernie Sanders supporter. Among all the smaller Twitter and Facebook individual polls I’ve seen, Bernie has held a clear lead over 80% of the time. So the results in my poll are not surprising.
Note this is not a scientific poll. However, given that an overwhelming majority of Americans use the Internet, in my humble opinion, this poll is noteworthy.