Twitter Followers Rate Candidates` Debate Answers

Submitted by: MIXAS 5 years ago in

Did presidential hopefuls answer or dodge their questions? Twitter users answer that question.
There are 30 comments:
Male 126
So you win debates by dodging questions?
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Male 5,811
[quote]I like how "I would have put a bullet in the head of Osama bin Laden" is considered foreign policy by most Americans now.[/quote]

^this.
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Male 621
That kook, Ron Paul! Giving straight answers? I mean, is he TRYING to not get elected?

He really needs to learn from the leader in the polls, who avoids a lot of controversy by avoiding straight answers. THAT is a man we can elect!

/sarcasm
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Male 14,826
How can they not elect him? He`s the only one that makes sense. He gets all the positive social media support and votes (the people`s choice). Isn`t that what democracy`s all about?
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Male 15,832
I think this reflects the average age of the candidates` respective supporters than anything else.
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Male 1,313
F#ck twitter-twat heads.

*goes back to facebooking*

<.<
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Female 2,674
I wish I had watched this so I have more of an idea what was going on, buuut I kind of didn`t realize it was going on. Oh well.
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Male 2,345
RP is most likely the real front runner BUT the GOP will fix each vote to avoid ever lettering Ron win the nomination.

there is no way in the world Romney is the real vote getter and I promise you the voting is total BS.
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Male 25,416
Does it really matter.. the same world will turn
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Male 329
Love how Paul just slayed them all and they nonchalantly just breeze over him. This country is so screwed up.
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Male 37,683
The "paul-bots" were active I see! Hey, that`s politics! If your supporters actually support you, this sort of skew will occure.

People`s twitter opinions are about the LEAST accurate polling method I can think of...
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Female 2,525
I like how "I would have put a bullet in the head of Osama bin Laden" is considered foreign policy by most Americans now.
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Male 550
#DODGE !!!!
Wtf happened to the details of Ron Paul!
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Male 1,064
romney is slimy and paul is straight forward.

you can agree or disagree with their political views but you can`t argue that one
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Male 1,950
Of all the candidates vying for the position of President (including the incumbent), I feel Ron Paul is the most honest candidate and is one who has yet to lie to voters.
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Male 8,124
Young people love ron paul when it means voting on twitter or commenting on a youtube video. But when it comes time to vote, or even register, they aren`t nearly as enthusiastic. Which is why they don`t matter.
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Male 3,445
"Well it means that young republicans favour Ron Paul. That`s something."

It barely means anything. A Twitter poll is about as unscientific as is possible.
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Male 5,811
[quote]Average twitter user is 23.
Average Republican primary voter is 57.
Amount this graph means anything is 0.[/quote]

Well it means that young republicans favour Ron Paul. That`s something.
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Male 8,124
Average twitter user is 23.
Average Republican primary voter is 57.
Amount this graph means anything is 0.
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Male 282
The media scum and their handlers as well as the establishment owned presstitues are so fearful of Ron Paul because they know their days as well as their paychecks are numbered.

“It is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends upon his not understanding it.” - Upton Sinclair
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Male 10,339
They didn`t glaze. It was a pass fail experiment. There was no number associated with answer or dodge. That was the reason for the bars instead of percentage points.
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Male 551
I wonder why they didn`t show those last statistics
but for Ron Paul...

Ohh wait, it`s Fox News! Nevermind
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Male 3,445
All this shows me is what we already know: Ron Paul supporters are the only Republicans who know how to use the Internet.
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Male 2,159
We all know Romney has no balls. Now we know MOST people know it.
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Male 762
Romney will now focus his campaign on his strong pro "bullet in the head" foreign policy.
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Male 5,811
I don`t usually buy into Ron Paul hype, but it`s funny that Fox News yet again glazes over Paul`s answers.
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Male 2,598
@bliznik

sad but true i guess
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Male 2,552
It`s not that interesting, really. Just wait for people to frickin` vote. Geez.
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Male 1,445
The lesson here is that if you want to be a viable presidential candidate, you need to dodge any question you come across so that the people have no idea what you stand for.
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Male 1
Link: Twitter Followers Rate Candidates` Debate Answers [Rate Link] - Did presidential hopefuls answer or dodge their questions? Twitter users answer that question.
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