In a small poll I have, Hermain Cain is winning, is this surprising?
In a Hub about the set of Conservative candidates for the 2012 Republican Presidential nomination, http://myesoteric.hubpages.com/hub/Who- … d-Comment, I have a poll asking who would you vote for today; I included Obama. Currently, with all 11 votes counted (so far), Obama has 45%, Other 9%, Perry 18%, and CAIN 27%. Granted, even though there are only 11 votes, and Obama has 5 of them, I am surprised Cain has any; are you?
no but unfortunately, he will not be able to win the primary.........that is unless a scandal came out against Perry and Romney
I am not surprised, I feel like the American people are getting sick of politics as usual and Cain is a good example of common sense with the drive to lead. Unfortunatly I do not think he can win the Primary but I do hope that whoever wins utilizes him in their cabinet because the man has some very good ideas and would be a huge asset to this country.
No, not surprised. Mr. Cain, as far as I have heard from him in the debates gave sound and practical answers.
Cain is a charismatic, dynamic candidate who comes across as well spoken and intelligent. Many like the fact that he comes from the business world and he is not viewed as "another corrupt politician". It is not a surprise that he is doing well in your poll. In the end run political polls don't provide a very good measure of what will happen in an election. They're still interesting though.
by Susan Reid 8 years ago
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by Holle Abee 9 years ago
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by lady_love158 8 years ago
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by Brian L. Powell 8 years ago
Does anyone have any tales, that you of hubs that you are willing to share, where the number of views surprised you?
by Holle Abee 10 years ago
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by SparklingJewel 8 years ago
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