DemoChoice Web Poll

2024 Presidential Election
(Rank the candidates you support!)
1 candidate will be elected.
[add/drop] Ohio Governor Mike DeWine (R)
[add/drop] Florida Senator Rick Scott (R)
[add/drop] Businessman Andrew Yang (D)
[add/drop] Businessman Mark Cuban (IND)
[add/drop] South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham (R)
[add/drop] Oregon Senator Jeff Merkley (D)
[add/drop] Iowa Senator Joni Ernst (R)
[add/drop] Fmr. UN Ambassador Nikki Haley (R)
[add/drop] Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush (R)
[add/drop] Kentucky Senator Rand Paul (R)
[add/drop] Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar (D)
[add/drop] Florida Governor Ron DeSantis (R)
[add/drop] HUD Secretary Ben Carson (R)
[add/drop] Texas Senator Ted Cruz (R)
[add/drop] Vice President Mike Pence (R)
[add/drop] California Senator Kamala Harris (D)
[add/drop] Florida Senator Marco Rubio (R)
[add/drop] Fmr. South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg (D)
[add/drop] Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy (D)
[add/drop] Georgia Governor Brian Kemp (R)
[add/drop] Ohio Senator Rob Portman (R)
[add/drop] Virginia Senator Mark Warner (D)
[add/drop] Texas Representative Will Hurd (R)
[add/drop] Fmr. Ohio Governor John Kasich (IND)
[add/drop] Massachusetts Representative Joe Kennedy III (D)
[add/drop] North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper (D)
[add/drop] Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker (R)
[add/drop] Arizona Governor Doug Ducey (R)
[add/drop] Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton (R)
[add/drop] California Governor Gavin Newsom (D)
[add/drop] Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R)
[add/drop] South Carolina Senator Tim Scott (R)
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This is an "instant runoff" poll, allowing voters to conveniently find a strongly supported winner from among many candidates, with minimal worries about "wasting" votes on weak candidates or "splitting" votes between similar candidates. Here's how it works:

  1. Each ballot is counted toward its highest-ranked remaining candidate.
  2. Does a candidate have a majority of counted votes?
    No: The last-place candidate is eliminated; go to step 1.
    Yes: The majority winner wins the election.