Polling shows no candidate is front-runner for nominations in Liberty and Labor

Recent polling by Panem Free Press regarding the presidential nominations and VP nominations as the candidates stand today brought uncertainty to every party, not just Liberty and Labor.

The polling is as follows:

Who would you vote for in the Liberty Party primary for president?

Governor Amy Oaksmith – 26 percent

Sec. of International Trade Tyler Thompson – 26 percent

Vice President Celine Oswald – 25 percent

Sec. of Defense Gale Hawthorne – 23 percent

Who would you vote for in the Labor Party primary for president?

Former Governor Felicia Ren – 34 percent

Sec. of Transportation Joan Kindred – 34 percent

Former Senator Ophelie Murray – 32 percent

Who would you vote for in the Liberty Party primary for VP?

Governor Dale Wilson – 22 percent

Sec. of State Jonathan Madison – 22percent

Governor Rosalie Descoteaux – 21 percent

Sec. of the Treasury Harold Cercisa – 18 percent

Sec. of Communications Beetee Latier – 17 percent

What do you think of the Civic Party ticket of Sec. of Intelligence Cecelia Paylor for president and Sec. of Global Development Samuel Trenton for VP?

Positive – 53 percent

Neutral – 2 percent

Negative – 45 percent

What do you think of the Conservative Party nominee for president, Rick Canth?

Positive – 50 percent

Neutral – 22 percent

Negative – 28 percent

What do you think of Governor Elizabeth Steinbeck’s independent run for president?

Positive – 42 percent

Neutral – 3 percent

Negative – 55 percent

What do you think of former VP Plutarch Heavensbee’s run for president as an independent?

Positive – 12 percent

Neutral – 45 percent

Negative – 43 percent

 

Obviously this polling shows that there’s going to be a tough election cycle ahead as not even the Liberty Party has a frontrunner for their nominations. Even on the tickets of the Conservative Party and the independents, they will have a tough election as they attempt to prove to the voters in Panem that they can handle the office they are running for.

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