Saturday, September 13, 2008

One More Reason Not to Shop Wal-Mart

by Pa Rock

BIGResearch, a national polling outfit that operates as "a consumer intelligence company" recently surveyed shoppers in five of America's most popular retail establishments regarding their choice for President in the upcoming election. The results give a socio-economic snapshot of America in the early years of the 21st century. The businesses where the surveys were conducted included Wal-Mart, Kohl's, J.C. Penney, Macy's (yea team!), and Target.

The results of the poll follow. I'm not sure that they contain any surprises, but they do indicate that the undecideds could flex a lot of muscle in the upcoming election. (And, I am pleased to note, Macy's shoppers were the most decisive, and they decided for Obama!)

Wal-Mart Shoppers
McCain 41.4%
Obama 33.3%
Undecided 21.1%

Kohl’s Shoppers
McCain 43.8%
Obama 31.0%
Undecided 21.5%

J.C. Penney Shoppers
McCain 42.8%
Obama 32.4%
Undecided 21.6%

Macy's Shoppers
McCain 34.2%
Obama 47.2%
Undecided 16.0%

Target Shoppers
McCain 32.6%
Obama 41.5%
Undecided 21.8%

1 comment:

Bruce Arnold said...

I see none of those figures add up to 100%. Hmmmm... Who's afraid to even MENTION the OTHER candidates running (as usual).
Break the duopoly. There is NO REAL DIFFERENCE between Democrats and Republicans, Obama/Biden or McCain/Palin.
Sellouts and traitors - all of them.