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Farmers Expect Romney to Win in November

August 21, 2012
 
 

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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COMMENTS (6 Comments)

Drake78 - Cherokee, IA
Look on the bright side, land prices will start to drop, quickly.
9:16 AM Sep 24th
 
Drake78 - Cherokee, IA
Look on the bright side, land prices will start to drop, quickly.
9:16 AM Sep 24th
 
PullMyFinger - Chappell, NE
If everyone paid less than 14% income tax this country would have failed 200 years ago. I find it hard to believe a majority of voters are dumb enough tovote for someone who carries a much lighter tax burden than they must carry themselves.
7:25 AM Aug 22nd
 
Cindy - Hutchinson, MN
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.
4:06 PM Aug 21st
 
JR Farms - IL
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.
12:03 PM Aug 21st
 
JR Farms - IL
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.
12:03 PM Aug 21st
 



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