I previously mentioned NPR's online voting game for 2012 GOP Presidential nominee. It winds down today (coinciding with the NCAA hoops tournament that spawned it), and unsurprisingly Ron Paul is going to win big. Those Ron Paul supporters, they sure know their way around the Internet.
Weirdly enough, the rest of the NPR Final Four is eerily similar to my rankings of the likely nominees. My top four are Sanford-Pawlenty-DeMint-Pence. NPR's Final Four are Sanford, DeMint, Pence, and Paul.
It's not as if I was just taking the obvious favorites, either.
So, do I deserve credit for brilliant achievement in analytical punditry, or does this just indicate that I am attuned to the brainwaves of some skewed demographic of conservatives who participate in NPR online polls?