Do you agree with this article? Ron Paul Wins Presidential Election?

According to Google Trends, if the election happened today, Ron Paul would be the next U.S. President. In a competition between Hillary Clinton, Ron Paul is the most searched for presidential candidate in the 2008 election. What CNN doesn’t realize, what the neocons don’t realize, is that Google is all-powerful, even beyond them. Google Trends accurately predicted the last U.S. President, George W. Bush.Will Ron Paul’s popularity continue to rise and spread? We hope so.

Actual current Google trends:


After live in person debates, Ron Paul is in the lead:

Ron Paul's Straw Poll Results

Updated on December 7, 2007

Ron Paul's Head-to-Head Records (Win-Lose-Tie):

Ron Paul v. Rudy Giuliani 39-7-0

Ron Paul v. Mitt Romney 30-16-0

Ron Paul v. Fred Thompson 30-15-0

Ron Paul v. John McCain 40-5-0

Ron Paul v. Mike Huckabee 38-6-1

Ron Paul v. Tom Tancredo 43-1-0

Ron Paul v. Duncan Hunter 42-2-0

Ron Paul Leads GOP Debate Polling, Once Again:

CNBC Took down the polls with Ron Paul having 80% ?

Also, this poll only allowed you to vote once. Now spamming allowed.

Why do people who support other candidates stoop to the level of name calling? Can't they give educated answers?

Update 2:

Edit: For the CNBC debate, that is NO spamming allowed - I did a typo.

Update 3:

Ron Paul in Debate at Reagan Library (May '07)

The GOP Presidential Candidate's Debate

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16 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
    Best Answer

    natures scent you forgot another little piece of evidence ron paul is going to make it to the white house - he will recve in fundraising for the fourth quarter relatively the same as romney -giuliani- his avg donation is around 85 dollars today where as romney and giuliani are at 650 and 490 avg donations so if each candidate raises 20 million -it shows how much more support ron has for every 1 donation romney gets ron gets over 6 and for every 1 donation giuliani gets ron gets 5 -so again ron is in the lead and on his way to the white house - also vegas stopped taking bets ron will be president

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I keep telling folks that Ron Paul has amassed a virtual army of followers & $$$$$$$support, but the nay sayers won't hear it. Ron's breached the "gap" between the two major political ideologies, there for having gained support from BOTH sides in this titanic struggle. Sure, the MORE communal of mentality & the neocon hawks will disclaim Ron due to their own desires. Fortunately, for us Americans at present we seemed to be blessed with a candidate that has the common sense to see the need for both true fiscal responsibility plus positive changes in our foreign policy, not to mention our constitutionally guaranteed liberties! Ron's staggering popularity is absolutely NO surprise to me what so ever.

    Source(s): Major upset coming in this presidential election.
  • 1 decade ago

    Well, the thing is, is some people believe that his followers inflate google's numbers. Also, he has to get the GoP nomination for president. Ron Paul is very popular online, does that mean he'll be as popular in the real world? Hard to tell.

  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    Can you imagine if a 3rd party candidate won a state in a tight election. No candidate would have a majority of electoral votes. The Senate would then elect Obama.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I don't agree with the article or that Ron Paul can win in a general election let alone get statewide caucus support in Iowa, NH, SC, and Nevada. Ron Paul appeals mostly to state rights supporters, and little if no federal government which begs to question why is he running for President? Not to mention his views border on isolationism.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I think what the google poll shows is that many more google users are researching Ron Paul than any of the other candidates.......which is good for Ron Paul and not so good for the other candidates.


  • Gustav
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    If people understood him better he would win but a majority says they wouldn't vote for him so it's pretty difficult to win that way.

  • 1 decade ago

    I do, polls are misleading...his name is not even included in most polls. He has public support, the real voters, the others have corporate support.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    He'll win. By a landslide.

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