Thursday, February 1, 2007

Barack Obama tops the latest Democratic Primary Poll.

Barack Obama is the favorite Democratic contender so far, according to the January Democratic Primary Poll 2008 of announced and expected Democratic candidates. In the monthly online poll, random online voters are asked who will they vote for in the 2008 Democratic Primary, and a total of 1586 votes were cast in the month of January. Obama received 25% (394 votes) of the total. Dennis Kucinich came in a strong and surprising 2nd with 23% (361 votes). John Edwards came in at 3rd place with 13% (211 votes), followed by Wes Clark 8% (131 votes), Al Gore 8% (123 votes) and Bill Richardson 7% (114 votes). Noticeable missing from the top half was Hillary Clinton who only gathered 6% (89 votes).

Here is a total rundown of the results.

Barack Obama394 votes25%
Dennis Kucinich361 votes23%
John Edwards211 votes13%
Wes Clark131 votes8%
Al Gore123 votes8%
Bill Richardson114 votes7%
Hillary Clinton89 votes6%
Tom Vilsack61 votes4%
Joe Biden43 votes3%
Chris Dodd39 votes2%
John Kerry16 votes1%*
Mike Gravel4 votes0%

* John Kerry announced he will not be seeking the Democratic nomination and will not be included in future polls.

If your favorite isn’t where you thought they should be, let your voice be heard and vote. To vote in the February poll go to the link below.


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