Updated: Jan 5, 2008
Here’s a link to the results graphs: www.dehp.net/candidate/stats.php
Here is the graph as of Dec. 21, 2007:
July 24, 2007
Brad’s note: Respondents to this online survey, of which I took part this morning, were asked about their stands on various issues as well as how important they deemed each issue. Here are the results based on this blind survey. Respondents were NOT asked about any of the candidates in either party. This was strictly done on the issues. If you look at the top two candidates, you’ll see that this is EXACTLY in line with what I’ve been saying for months now.
Here are some basic stats based on the 55164 submissions to the form (so far). New stats are calculated every five minutes.
The people above are ranked based on how often they are computed to be one of the top three choices for users who submit their political choices. A log entry is made each time a user submits their choices. This log entry contains, among other things, the top three choices for that user. What you see above is a tally of all the choices, weighted by their position for each user. We’ll call that the number of Hot Pockets they have earned. The first-place candidate gets 3 Hot Pockets, the second-place candidate gets 2, and the third-place candidate gets 1 Hot Pocket (which everyone knows is just not enough). This method gives you a more fair representation of the interests of the users.
You would probably be interested to know that Kucinich has been the first choice of 30,193 people (out of 55,164). That wasn’t my intention or expectation when making this site, but it is certainly interesting.
I took it and these are my results:
Dennis Kucinich Can Win by Lo (more surveys, etc)