Nurses, how are you going to vote? 2012 US Presidential Election

  1. Nurses,

    Please take a second to vote below!

    We've polled our members the past 2 presidential elections and nurses got them both right! Let's see if we can predict the election results correctly for a 3rd time!

    Of course, these are just fun non-scientific polls.

    This thread was only intended to be a poll. Not a political discussion. Feel Free to reply with your choice if you want, but please no political arguments, slams or jabs Lets keep this a clean and simple poll

    UPDATE: Nov 7th, 2012!
    The poll has closed! members have called the presidential elections 3 times in a row correctly! Please carry on your Political Discussions in our Nursing Breakroom US Politics forum!
    Last edit by brian on Nov 7, '12
  2. Poll: Nurses, who are you voting for in 2012?

    • Mitt Romney

      36.62% 375
    • Barack Obama

      57.91% 593
    • Independent

      3.32% 34
    • Not voting

      2.15% 22
    1024 Votes
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  4. by   Brian
    Below are the links and results to our prior 2 elections polls.

    2004: Nurses, what will your vote be?

    How are you going to Vote - US

  5. by   Bortaz, RN
    (R) here.
  6. by   FLmed
  7. by   thatFabUlousChic
  8. by   nursekiz
    OBAMA/BIDEN 2012
  9. by   CarrieGL
  10. by   L.Smith107
    Obama/Biden 2012
  11. by   ThatsNice
    President Obama!!! 2008 & 2012
  12. by   MrsCuoco
  13. by   ♪♫ in my ♥
    Due to concern about potential appointment(s) to SCOTUS, against Romney and Ryan.
  14. by   jrbl77
    I already voted as was supposed to work 12 hr day shift. Am home sick instead. Didn't like either choice but voted for what I felt was the best choice. Obama. Romney is to uncertain to me. My feelngs only!
  15. by   TheSquire
    I answered the poll, but I already voted during early voting, so the verb tense isn't quite right.