During the past week, new polling results for Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson have come from Colorado, Montana, New Mexico, Ohio, and Virginia. These new polls have Johnson winning 3% of the vote in Colorado, 7% in Montana, 7% in New Mexico, 4.5% in Ohio, and 3.8% in Virginia. A Zogby poll released on September 3 had Johnson at 4.3% nationally. While these numbers are not large enough to seriously challenge for the presidency, they do exceed the margin of victory between President Obama and Republican nominee Mitt Romney in every case.
Sunday, September 16, 2012
Pollsters are beginning to notice that Gary Johnson's numbers are not fading . . .
. . . the way that most third-party candidate support evaporates as we get closer to election day:
Posted by Steven H. Newton at 9:43 PM