This week we are asking:

"Who will you vote for in the presidential election Nov. 8?"

How do local readers compare to the rest of the nation in supporting their candidates for president of the United States? Let us know.

See attached chart for results from last week's poll about what issues are most important to readers in the election. While it was a multiple choice question, readers also wrote in some other issues we left out, including: Intellect, climate change, income inequality, student loan debt, terrorism/defense and gun control.

Participation in On The Line polls is free and anonymous. You must visit to take our latest poll.

Results appear first in The Courier-Gazette and are published online each Thursday morning at 11 a.m. You can also access polls by clicking On The Line in the upper left corner of our home page.

For more information email Dan Dunkle at or call 594-4401 ext. 122.

Editor's note: On The Line polls are not scientific samplings of local opinion, but they do offer readers an opportunity to share their views online and in the newspaper.