CLSA enlists Vote.com to track investor sentiment

CLSA teams up with Vote.com to help analyse what''s behind investor behaviour in the US.

Microsoft may be the devil incarnate to its competitors and the US Justice Department, but it's still the darling of the American public, according to the results of an electronic survey conducted by Vote.com, an online voting website created by Dick Morris, former advisor to US President Bill Clinton.

On May 22, the 11th day of a survey asking whether voters would buy Microsoft's stock now, 902 respondents, or 81%, said yes, while 19%, or 217, said no. In a separate survey asking whether they agreed with a court ruling that Microsoft violated antitrust laws, 22,305, or 82% of respondents said they disagreed, while just 4,837, or 18%, said they...

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