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Straw polls for the 2016 Democratic Party presidential primaries

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The following is a list of notable straw polls for the 2016 Democratic Party's presidential nomination.

October 8-18, 2015 - Georgia National Fair "Peanut Poll" Straw Poll

[1]

Finish Candidate Votes Percentage
1 Hillary Clinton
2,513 48.10%
2 Bernie Sanders 929 17.78%
3 Joe Biden 396 7.58%
4 Jim Webb 110 2.11%
5 Lincoln Chafee 56 1.07%
6 Martin O'Malley 56 1.07%
7 Undecided 1,170 22.39%

2015 Democratic Party of Wisconsin Straw Poll

511 delegates, alternates, and registered guests at the Wisconsin party convention on June 6, 2015.[2]

Finish Candidate Percentage Votes
1 Hillary Clinton
49% 252
2 Bernie Sanders 41% 208
3 Joe Biden 3% 16
4 Martin O'Malley 3% 16
5 Jim Webb 2% 8
6 Lincoln Chafee 1% 5
7 Elizabeth Warren* 1% 4
8 Tom Vilsack* <1% 1

* Write-ins

2014 Democratic Party of Wisconsin Straw Poll

323 delegates, June 7th[3]

Finish Candidate Percentage Votes
1 Hillary Clinton
57% 185
2 Elizabeth Warren 25% 81
3 Joe Biden 6% 18
4 Bernie Sanders 3% 10
5 Martin O'Malley 3% 9
6 Brian Schweitzer 2% 6
7 Amy Klobuchar 1% 4
8 Andrew Cuomo 1% 2
9 Kirsten Gillibrand 1% 2
10 Mark Warner 1% 2
11 Russ Feingold 1% 2
12 Deval Patrick <1% 1
13 John Hickenlooper <1% 1

References

  1. ^ "Peanut Poll". 2015-10-19. Retrieved 2015-10-19.
  2. ^ John Nichols, Wisconsin Straw Poll: Clinton 49 Percent, Sanders 41 Percent, The Nation (June 7, 2015).
  3. ^ 2014 Results
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