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Results from IPR’s Second 2020 Libertarian Party Presidential Preference Poll

IPR held its second 2020 Libertarian Party presidential preference poll from May 17 through May 19.  401 individuals completed the survey including 233 Libertarian Party members, 85 delegates to the 2020 National Convention, and 31 alternates to the 2020 National Convention.

Jo Jorgensen won the poll among delegates after reaching a majority on the sixth ballot. … Read more ...

Second IPR 2020 Libertarian Party Presidential Preference Poll

IPR’s second 2020 Libertarian Party presidential preference poll has begun.  A different polling service is being used than the service used in the first poll. All responses will count.  The poll will close Tuesday at 7 PM CDT, 48 hours from now.

All candidates for president listed on LP.org are included.… Read more ...

First IPR 2020 Libertarian Party Presidential Preference Poll (Partial) Results

400 responses were registered in IPR’s first 2020 Libertarian Party presidential preference poll conducted May 12 through May 15.  Due to an issue with SurveyMonkey.com, results from only the first 90 respondents are available at this time.  I apologize for not being able to provide the full results.  If the issue is resolved, I will post the results in full as soon as they become available.… Read more ...

New poll shows that the military favors Gary Johnson over Clinton and Trump


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Originally published at American Third Party Report earlier today: 

According to a July 20th, 2016 article by Kristina Wong published at TheHill.com, a new non-scientific poll of active duty military service members, those serving in the military reserves, retired members of the military and former members of the military as well as their family members shows Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson as the preferred candidate of those who wear or have worn the uniform.

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Polls for Three Western U.S. Senate Races Show Alternative Party Nominees Holding Balance of Power

Ballot Access News:

Recently, a poll of the Montana U.S. Senate race showed these results: Tester (Dem. incumbent) 44%, Rehberg (Republican) 42%, Cox (Libertarian) 8%, undecided 6%.

A poll of the Nevada U.S. Senate race showed: Heller (Rep. incumbent) 47%, Berkeley (Democrat) 44%, Vanderbeek (Independent American) 4%, other or undecided 5%.

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CNN Ohio Poll: Obama 48%, Romney 45%, Johnson 3%, Stein 1%, Goode Less Than 0.5%

CNN Political Ticker:

According to a CNN/ORC International poll (PDF), 51% of likely voters in Ohio say they’re backing President Barack Obama, with 47% supporting Republican nominee Mitt Romney. Obama’s four point advantage is within the poll’s sampling error.

The survey, released Tuesday, was conducted October 5-8, entirely after last Wednesday’s first presidential debate.

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Susquehanna Polling and Research: Barack Obama leads Mitt Romney in PA by 2 points (47%-45%), with 3% voting for Libertarian Candidate Gary Johnson

Real Clear Politics:

To: All Media and Interested Parties
FROM: Jim Lee, President
RE: PA Presidential Statewide Poll Results
DATE: October 8, 2012
Following is a brief overview of our latest statewide poll in the Keystone State conducted October 4
October 6
with 725 likely voters. The poll was taken over the course of three days immediately following the
first televised presidential debate held October 3

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Could Gary Johnson swing the election?

The Atlantic publishes an article on Libertarian Presidential nominee Gary Johnson, the third party candidates in the past, and how they can effect an election.

Having since left the GOP for the Libertarian Party—that loose, 40-year-old coalition of perpetually quarreling anti-statists and isolationists, Ayn Randians and Hayekians, goldbugs and black-helicopter­-fixated privacy fanatics—Johnson hopes to fashion a new voting bloc.

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Maryland US Senate poll shows Independent Rob Sobhani tied for 2nd

While US Senator Benjamin L. Cardin is polling safely at 50%, he still has to worry about two different candidates competing for his seat.

Republican Dan Bongino and independent Rob Sobhani are in a dead heat for second, the poll by Gonzales Research & Marketing Strategies found. Cardin was the choice of 50 percent of voters, followed by Bongino with 22 percent and Sobhani with 21 percent.

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Johnson polling at 10% in Ohio

A Gravis Marketing/Capitol Correspondent Ohio poll released September 25 shows that Gary Johnson has increased his polling numbers in the state.

If the Presidential election was held today and the candidates were Democrat Barack Obama, Republican Mitt Romney, and Libertarian Gary Johnson, for whom would you vote?

  • Barack Obama 44.5% {46.47%}
  • Mitt Romney 37.8% {42.39%}
  • Gary Johnson 10.6% {4.5%}
  • Other/Unsure 7.1%

Survey of  594 likely voters was conducted September 21-22, 2012.  

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Johnson polling at 6% nationwide

A new Reason-Rupe poll released September 21 shows Libertarian Gary Johnson pulling 6% of the vote out of 1006 adults with a margin of error of 3.8%.

Johnson is still polling far behind the major party candidates, with President Barack Obama taking 49 percent and Republican challenger Mitt Romney taking 40 percent in a three-way race, according to Reason-Rupe.

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Pew: 74% of voters have not heard of Gary Johnson

According to  Pew Research, “Very few voters are hearing much about third party candidates in this year’s election. A quarter of voters have heard of Gary Johnson, presidential candidate for the Libertarian Party, but only 5% have heard a lot about him. Fully 74% have not heard of him at all.”… Read more ...