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Ranked Voting Poll  

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  1. 1. If we switched to a Ranked Voting System, which party ticket would you support on election day at the polls, if these were the parties?

    • National Republicans - Marco Rubio/Lamar Alexander
    • Populist Republicans - Donald Trump/Steve Bannon
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    • Traditionalist Republicans - Ted Cruz/Mike Lee
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    • Compassionate Conservatives - John Kasich/Jeb Bush
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    • Americans United Moderates - Jon Huntsman/Michael Bloomberg
    • Libertarian Republicans - Rand Paul/Justin Amash
    • Agrarian Democrats - Steve Bullock/Joe Manchin
    • National Democrats - Joe Biden/Hillary Clinton
    • Social Democrats - Bernie Sanders/Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
    • Progresisve Democrats - Elizabeth Warren/Gavin Newsom
    • Urban Democrats - Andrew Cuomo/Stacey Abrams
    • Chaos Party - Kanye West/Vermin Supreme
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    • Green Independent - Jesse Ventura/Jill Stein
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    • States Rights - Roy Moore/David Duke
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  2. 2. Give us your 2nd, 3rd, and 4th choice below

    • I did this
    • I will do this, but you will have to constantly bug me by tagging my name until I have time to do it.
  3. 3. Would you prefer ranked voting to our current voting system?



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12 minutes ago, vcczar said:

I must admit, a bit on the noticeably arbitrary side. Like an antitrust commerce committee were breaking up the Duopoly as opposed to a natural schism. :P

I'll have a look over it in a few hours, though.

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1. Libertarian Republicans

2. Traditionalist Republicans

3. National Republicans

4. Compassionate Conservatives

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1. National Republicans - Marco Rubio/Lamar Alexander

2. Traditionalist Republicans - Ted Cruz/Mike Lee

3. Compassionate Conservatives - John Kasich/Jeb Bush

4. Libertarian Republicans - Rand Paul/Justin Amash

5. Americans United Moderates - Jon Huntsman/Michael Bloomberg

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1.Social Democrats

2.Progressive Democrats

3.Urban Democrats

4.National Democrats

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1. Social Democrats.

2. Green Independents.

3. Progressive Dems.

4. Urban Dems.

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@Jayavarman @MishFox @TheLiberalKitten @billay @Sunnymentoaddict @Herbert Hoover

I was calculating this, but you all haven't ranked the other parties. I need your 2nd, 3rd, 4th choices if your first party isn't selected. Otherwise, your vote will be invalid. You have until tonight. 

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45 minutes ago, vcczar said:

@Jayavarman @MishFox @TheLiberalKitten @billay @Sunnymentoaddict @Herbert Hoover

I was calculating this, but you all haven't ranked the other parties. I need your 2nd, 3rd, 4th choices if your first party isn't selected. Otherwise, your vote will be invalid. You have until tonight. 

I've revised my list, I missed the Urban Democrat option on first review.

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1. Libertarian Republicans
2. National Republicans
3. Traditionalist Republicans
4. American Moderates

I like this system better than our current one, however I'd like to see it used in one or both of the primaries first for an election or two and maybe a state election before we use it to decide the President.

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35 minutes ago, Sunnymentoaddict said:
  1. Progressives
  2. Social Dems
  3. Urban Democrats
  4. National Democrats

    Im curious what the difference between "Urban Democrats" and "National Democrats" are. 

National Democrats are more big-tent. Their platform isn't very decisive, it's watered down to not terribly offend any segment, and they attempt to appeal to Urban, Rural, and Suburban. 

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14 minutes ago, vcczar said:

National Democrats are more big-tent. Their platform isn't very decisive, it's watered down to not terribly offend any segment, and they attempt to appeal to Urban, Rural, and Suburban. 

Ah thats what I was imagining. Do you see Obama being an Urban Democrat because of his time being a community organizer in Chicago? Or do you see him as a National Democrat because of his appeal in small/midsize towns across the midwest?

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