Trio Draws Support of 9% in Washington

In this year’s Washington State U.S. Senate race, the three non-major party candidates on the ballot in November’s general election will be Green Party nominee Aaron Dixon, Libertarian Bruce Guthrie, and independent candidate Robin Adair.

A new SurveyUSA poll released yesterday indicates that each of the candidates is currently registering at about 3%... so combined they represent the choice of nearly 1 in 10 registered voters.

View the full poll data at SurveyUSA.

2 Responses to “Trio Draws Support of 9% in Washington”

  1. undercover_anarchist Says:

    Too bad these poll results never hold up on election day. Hell, even if they did, a combined 9% isn’t much. Michigan CD-7 had about 9% combined third-party votes in 2004, an it made about zero news.

  2. Jackcjackson Says:

    This will drop to about 2-3% COMBINED ..probably.

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