Polling Conservative Bloggers On The 2012 Election
Right Wing News polled more than 230 right-of-center bloggers on who they think is going to win tomorrow and whom they plan to vote for in the election. The following 68 bloggers responded.
101 Dead Armadillos, A Quiet Simple Life, All American Blogger, American Power, Argghhhh!, Babalu Blog, Basil’s Blog, Betsy’s Page, Blonde Sagacity, Blue Crab Boulevard, Candid Conservative, Cara Ellison, Chicks on the Right, Discriminations, Dodgeblogium, Don Surber, Doubleplusundead, Doug Ross, Dustin Stockton, Ed Driscoll, Fausta’s Blog, Fingers Malloy, Freeman Hunt, GayPatriot, GraniteGrok, Jihad Watch, Joanne Jacobs, John Hawkins, Lady Liberty 1885, Lee Doren, Liberal Logic 101, Liberty Pundits, Life News, Likelihood of Confusion, Little Miss Attila, Lonely Conservative, Midnight Blue, Moe Lane, Moonbattery, Mount Virtus, Musing Minds, My Aisling, Newmarks Door, Pundit and Pundette, Pursuing Holiness, QandO, Rightosphere, Samizdata, Sunshine State Sarah, The Hedgehog Report, The Looking Spoon, The Lotus Blog, The Minority Report, The Right Mixx, The Smallest Minority, The Transom, The Western Experience, The Whole Shebang (mostly), This Ain’t Hell, Vox Popoli, Weapons of Mass Discussion, Wizbang!, Wyblog, YidwithLid, Zilla of the Resistance
Here are the results.
1) Who do you think is going to win the election?
Mitt Romney 87.9% (58 votes)
Barack Obama 12.1% (8 votes)
2) Whom are you voting for?
Mitt Romney 92.6% (63 votes)
Gary Johnson 2.9% (2 votes)
I’m not voting 2.9% (2 votes)
Won’t say 1.5% (1 votes)
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