Friday, February 15, 2008

McCain loses conservative Christian vote, according to GodTube's unscientific, but possibly accurate, 'stunning new poll'

Via the DMN religion blog:
GodTube is a Dallas-based online service aimed at Christians. It's hosted a presidential poll that is no more scientific that me sticking my finger in the air. Self-selecting, non-random, it's own population. But that doesn't mean it's not interesting. GodTubers (which sounds like a sacred potato, no?) clearly do not (heart) McCain. Specific results after the jump.

From my e-box:
DALLAS, Texas (Feb. 14, 2008) - has announced that despite the recent sweeping victory for John McCain, a stunning new poll reveals that if McCain wins his party's nomination, Christian Conservative participants would rather vote for one of the two Democratic candidates.

With a slim 9.1% support for McCain, Obama has become a viable choice for many Christian Conservatives with 26.3% of the Christian vote, up 8% from last week.

Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton showed no increase in the poll this week maintaining her 19.6% of the Christian vote while Republican candidate Mike Huckabee increased his lead 30% last week, leading the poll by 45% of the overall Christian vote.

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