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ROBBINS CASCADIA- Obama-Richardson-Gore
  Apr 05, 2008

A random telephone sampling of 1,550 respondents in this ROBBINS CASCADIA POLL (RCP) throughout the Washington, Oregon and California between March 28 and April 3, 2008. These respondents indicated in qualifying “a high likelihood” that they would vote AND are “lawfully eligible” to vote in the November election for President of the United States. This poll features a margin of error of 2.0%, 19 times out of 20 @ 97% competency/confidence (based on ROBBINS formula). Watch for ROBBINS- BIG Surprise polls from the United States COMING SOON!

Question #1
Would you support the following Presidential ticket and other? Barack Obama-President; New Mexico Hispanic Governor Bill Richardson-Vice President; AND Nobel prize winner, former US vice-president, and former presidential candidate in 2000- Al Gore for Secretary of State with oversight over the Environmental Protection Agency?
Yes    50.01 %
No    49.9 %
Undecided    09 %
Question #2
In your opinion should the United States seriously consider boycotting the summer Olympic Games in China 2008 over its treatment of citizens in Tibet?
Yes    58.2 %
No    31.7 %
Undecided    11.1 %
Commentary
Commentary:
Throughout the CASCADIA region of the United States, the combination of Obama, Richardson and Al Gore is sufficient to provide the Democrats with a big ticket success story as a majority of respondents (high 50’s in Oregon), are willing to support this group of three to take charge of the country. Governor Richardson endorsed Senator Obama in Oregon, where like Washington State; the percentage of African American and Hispanic citizens is not as high as other states such as California or Texas. ‘Almost Obama’ supporter-Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi hails from San Francisco, California and the west coast will be necessary to win the White House this year.
The outcome from question #1 in this ROBBINS CASCADIA poll should be sufficient to call serious question into New York Senator Hillary Clinton’s continued efforts to win her parties nomination. There are many explanations as to why the New York Senator has lost the nomination.
ROBBINS- who called the Obama surge long before any other polling firm-realized prior to Super Tuesday that television and internet viewers preferred watching Barack Obama to Hillary Clinton because he is easier to watch and listen to-and she isn’t-most particularly because he is a far better orator than she is, and when her voice is tired she becomes more shrill and to at least one respondent “sounds like my wife when she is nagging”. The gross embellishment over the sniper fire in Bosnia finished Ms. Clinton which a large segment of male voters, particularly after the hullabaloo over the 3 am phone call.
Despite the higher number of undecided’s in question #2, there is no doubt that citizens of the west coast CASCADIA region of the United States are not ‘hip’ to the oppression being advance by China against Tibet, and the most recent threat against freedom of expression against athletes and officials who might have an opinion.
Will the Illinois Senator, Governor Richardson, former vice-president Al Gore, and speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi-all popular with (at least) west coast Americans, NOW take advantage of their moral authority to question China’s new found control of the Olympics and threats to sanction athletes and officials who protest killings, violence, and other human rights abuses in Tibet?
ROBBINS is pleased (and grateful) to have had the opportunity to effectively and accurately predict the Democratic nomination from front to back-and looks forward to continued honest and unbiased coverage of the race between Senators Obama and McCain.
A random telephone sampling of 1,550 respondents in this ROBBINS CASCADIA POLL (RCP) throughout the Washington, Oregon and California between March 28 and April 3, 2008. These respondents indicated in qualifying “a high likelihood” that they would vote AND are “lawfully eligible” to vote in the November election for President of the United States. This poll features a margin of error of 2.0%, 19 times out of 20 @ 97% competency/confidence (based on ROBBINS formula). Watch for ROBBINS- BIG Surprise polls from the United States COMING SOON!

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