Tuesday, January 8, 2008
Pick Your Candidate, a comparative survey
In case you haven't gotten enough information from the 46,000 debates we've had this presidential election, you can rate yourself by filling out this questionnaire. Now obviously these things are always effected by which questions are chosen, but it still carries value. My results for the major candidates were not at all surprising. The Democrats were clustered together at the top between 24 (Richardson) and 18 (Edwards). Paul was the highest Republican (17), followed by McCain (-7), with the rest at -20 or worse, with Romney bringing up the rear (sorry Larry Craig) with a whopping -51.