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Sunday, July 8, 2012

Third Parties Are Irrelevant

So-called third parties are continuing their historical trend of irrevelancy, according to this latest Gallup report.

Gallup has found that prospective Libertarian Party candidate and former Democratic New Mexico governor Gary Johnson gets about three percent, Green Party candidate Jill Stein gets about one percent, Ron Paul (who is not running) is named by two percent, and one percent of respondents name someone else such as Constitution Party candidate (and former six-term Democratic congressman from Virginia) Virgil Goode.

The report speculates that third party support comes at Republican Mitt Romney's expense. However, all three of the third party candidates mentioned above are either Democrats, former Democrats or well to the left of the Democratic Party platform. 

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