After five high-profile conventions have been held throughout Panem, Panem Free Press has polled citizens to determine the political playing ground from here on out.
The following questions were asked:
- If the presidential election were held today, who would you vote for: Celine Oswald (Liberty), Felicia Ren (Labor), Cecelia Paylor (Civic), Rick Canth (Conservative), Elizabeth Steinbeck (Independent), or undecided?
- Which party do you align with: Liberty, Labor, Civic, Conservative, or independent?
- If the vice presidential election were held today, who would you vote for: Dale Wilson (Liberty), Walter Delta (Labor), Cecelia Paylor (Civic), Rick Canth (Conservative), Elizabeth Steinbeck (Independent), or undecided?
QUESTION 1 RESULTS:
Celine Oswald (Liberty): 29 percent
Rick Canth (Conservative): 29 percent
Felicia Ren (Labor): 17 percent
Cecelia Paylor (Civic): 15 percent
Elizabeth Steinbeck (Independent): 10 percent
The results show a clear turnaround in this race: Governor Ren, Labor nominee was leading at one point in this race, and not only has she dropped to third, she also has definitively cemented herself in the second tier. Meanwhile, former President Paylor is once again flopping in the polls in her third consecutive campaign. Then there’s Governor Steinbeck- at first perceived to be a wild card factor in the race, now she is simply a non-issue.
QUESTION 2 RESULTS:
Liberty: 34 percent
Conservative: 22 percent
Labor: 16 percent
Civic: 12 percent
Independents: 16 percent
Out of this polling, we can determine that Vice President Oswald is underperforming, and Secretary Canth is managing to pick up those that are leaving Liberty. However, the 16% that are independent voters are still up for grabs.
QUESTION 3 RESULTS:
Dale Wilson: 35 percent
Kurtis Pierce: 28 percent
Samuel Trenton: 14 percent
Sextimus Dalton: 12 percent
Walter Delta: 11 percent
This is great for Governor Wilson. Even as the presidential race tightens, Wilson is holding a seven-point lead over businessman Kurtis Pierce, his closest rival. Though dynamics could change between Wilson and Pierce, it seems pretty dismal for Secretary Trenton, former Rep. Dalton, and Governor Delta. All three are under 20 percent, effectively neutering their campaigns.