Friday, June 20, 2008

Hillary Clinton as President, Barack Obama as Vice President. A Quinnipiac, Rasmussen, and Gallup Poll WE NEED TO SEE!

We've seen every other poll combination out there. Now it's time to see the one Poll that really matters most, Hillary Clinton as President and Barack Obama as her VP. Since Hillary Clinton had as many if not more people vote for her than Barack Obama, can we quit ignoring the most obvious poll of all?
I'd like to see how a Hillary as President, Barack Obama as VP compares with all the other polls that have been done. If you agree, please email Quinnipiac, Rasmussen and Gallup and see if they will do such a poll.

It is important that if this poll is done, that the phone interviews not go for more than 3-5 minutes, as that is where the older crowd gets impatient, especially when the interviewer keeps asking the same question several different ways.


Email Contacts for the three main polls that I know of....

Gallup Contact us

Rasmussen Phone: 732-776-9777
Quinnipiac Poll,
Maurice Carroll, director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute is available for comment on New York City, New York State and national polls and politics. He can be reached by phone at 203-582-5334 or 203-582-5201.

Doug Schwartz, director of the Quinnipiac University Poll is available for comment on Connecticut polls and politics as well as questions regarding methodology. He can be reached by phone at 203-582-5201 or by email at

Clay F. Richards, assistant director of the Polling Institute and chief spokesperson for the New Jersey and Pennsylvania polls can be reached via e-mail at

Peter A. Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Polling Institute, is available for comment on the Florida and Ohio polls and can be reached via e-mail at

April A. Radocchio, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll, can be contacted to obtain copies or information regarding archived poll releases. Please call 203-582-5295 or email If you wish E-mail copy please specify choice of Word 6.0 document or text file.


NoBamaNews said...

I am calling on all Hillary supporters to support Ed O'Reilly in the senate race in Massachusetts. If we can defeat John Kerry in the Sept. 16 primary (or at least give him a run for his money) we will send a loud and clear message that Hillary supporters will not be silenced.

A.M. said...

John Kerry seems to champion some good causes. He was the one that led the hearings about major league baseball being available for both cable and satellite.

Now apparently he is thwarting a take over of the small business programs by bigger business.

However, I gotta say, once he said Hillary should get out of the race, the fact that he would still accept the VP position from Obama makes me question his character.

Once you drink the Obama kool aid, you shouldn't expect a handsome position in the Obama regime, should it happen. To do so makes one a whore.

James said...

Polling non-issues is not in the best business interests of Quinnipiac, Gallup, Rasmussen, Zogby etc...

Why would we want to see how Hillary would do as the Presidential Candidate when it's not going to happen?

It's a waste of time and effort when ACTUALLY polling about the man running against McCain should be done.

A.M. said...

News is news. Of course it could prove very interesting to know if HIllary as President and Obama as VP is a stronger combination than any other.