It’s going to be a Buddy Romer day on Tuesday!!
in a close caucus, the biggest whack job wins. brace yourself, my fellow freepers. in the event of a ron paul win, the coverage will not be pretty.
Go Santorum! Crush Willard in IA! (Newt will finish off the Massachusettes Lib in SC & FL!!)
IOWA: Santorum is 2nd choice of Bachmann, Newt, and Perrys voters. Interesting to see how much ship jumping there is in last 2 days
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IOWA: Santorums up 8 points in the last 5 days. Most popular candidate with 60/30 favorability:
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IOWA: Paul 20, Romney 19, Santorum 18, Gingrich 14, Perry 10, Bachmann 8, Huntsman 4, Roemer 2:
Paul’s net favorability in Iowa down 21 points this week from +13 (53/40) to -8 (43/51)
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Tea Party voters: Santorum 23, Gingrich 18, Paul 16, Bachmann 15, Romney 12. If Mitt doesn’t win that’s why!!!!
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With voters who decided in the last week: Santorum 29, Romney 17, Paul 13
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Only 3 candidates moved more than a point in the last week- Santorum up, Paul and Bachmann down
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Drudge has Romney at 24% and Paul at 22% as of 9:40pm pacific time.
Absolutely an amazing race filled with mediocre candidates.
Unbelievable that every single one of them except Huntsman has lead in Iowa at one point. It’s all about peaking at the right time, and Rick Santorum is doing just that. Would love to see him win. Could also live with a Newt victory.
Bachman’s done after Iowa it looks like.
Glad to see Perry not doing well. The pandering to illegals and depth in which he is out of touch on that issue is a non-starter.
There is a good chance that Santorum is going to pull this one out. Over the last several months my “Santorum 2012” bumper sticker has gone from pathetic to prophetic! :-)
The primary, number-one thing I’d like to see out of the Iowa caucus is Romney as FAR down as humanly possible. That supercedes everything else as far as I’m concerned.
PPP, although a technically lib. outfit, has often been very accurate in its polling. Looks like Rick has a good shot at winning .
Does anyone know why the Newsmax poll said this:
Gingrichs problem is he is not appealing to seniors who are 65 and over, Towery explained, noting that Gingrich polls best among 35- to 45-year-olds. It has been consistent in every single poll that Ive taken. He needs to find a way to reach out to older voters.
Why the heck would Newt not appeal to seniors? I totally get why he does well with 35-45 year olds since I am one of them, we are Reagan conservatives, and Newt is unquestionably the most Reaganesque Republican in the field. But what is he doing wrong that isn’t selling seniors on him?
If Paul wins it is because Democrats have voted for him, not Republicans.
Translation: Nobody knows what is going to happen.
Pray for America
I don’t know Santorum, but considering the fact that I know Ron Paul, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich all too well, that might be a good thing.
The margin of error for the survey is +/-2.7%.
ANY of the top three could actually be in the lead, then.
Another worthless poll?
The “most accurate pollster” gets it wrong...