Farmers Expect Romney to Win in November

August 21, 2012 04:44 AM
 

It appears among Farm Journal Pulse participants, Presidential candidate Mitt Romney should win the election this November. Of the 1,680 responses, 74% feel Romney will win while only 26% see President Barack Obama serving a second term.

The map below depicts about 1,600 farmer responses to this question. The red dots represent Romney while the blue dots represent Obama. See full results here.

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Anonymous
8/21/2012 07:03 AM
 

  Say goodbye to all renewable fuels, but we will keep the big oil welfare checks flowin. The lifestock boys will be haulin it in again. $1.50 corn here we come.

 
 
Anonymous
8/21/2012 07:03 AM
 

  Say goodbye to all renewable fuels, but we will keep the big oil welfare checks flowin. The lifestock boys will be haulin it in again. $1.50 corn here we come.

 
 
Anonymous
8/21/2012 11:06 AM
 

  JR, that only the half of it. Look for smaller farmers to be forced out of their operations at grossly unfair rates and greater consolidation of the largest scale industrial operations - none of which are sustainable economically or ecologically. Expect the resolution of any bones of contention to favor the processors and never the producers as well.

 
 
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