Skip to comments.SurveyUSA NY/GOP primary poll: Rudy 32%, McCain 29%, Huck 12% (Rudy in danger of losing NEW YORK!)
Posted on 01/12/2008 9:06:52 AM PST by TitansAFC
Republican Primary in New York: McCain Fights to Unravel Giuliani "Big State" Strategy -- In a Republican Primary today in Rudolph Giuliani's home state of New York, 01/11/08, 25 days to the 02/05/08 vote, Giuliani is in a tight fight with John McCain, according to a SurveyUSA poll conducted for 7 New York state media outlets. Among all Republican Primary voters, it's Giuliani 32%, McCain 29%, within the survey's 4.6% margin of sampling error. Mike Huckabee is 3rd at 12%, Mitt Romney, Fred Thompson and Ron Paul are further back. Giuliani leads by 11 points in New York City and leads by 5 points in the NYC suburbs. McCain leads by 4 points Upstate. Giuliani leads by 17 points among voters voters age 49 and younger. McCain leads by 12 among voters age 50+. McCain leads by 9 among Moderates. Giuliani leads by 6 among Conservatives. Huckabee gets 18% among Conservatives, 18% among Pro-Life voters. Republicans who think the Economy is the most important issue back McCain 33% to 28%. Those who say Terrorism is most important back Giuliani 40% to 26%.
I would love to see him wind-up getting ZERO delegates from some of these states after trying to fix them so that he's get all of the delegates! LOL
I truly hope McCain wins NY. LOL
Works for me.
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Rudy has fallen behind in a couple of states he tried to rig for himself. Now McCain is closing in on him in New York!!
The cheater might wind-up having hurt his own chances!!! LOL
Me too. These people gleefully singing Rudy’s demise will be screaming bloody murder when the CFR open-borders McCain is the nominee. At least Rudy has gone to EVERY conservative gathering and tried to win them over. McCain has given every conservative gathering the finger.
He has spent a lot of money here and has been heavily favored.
Actually, Florida is now more populated than NY, but that won’t change the national electoral delegate count (27) until after the census.
If Rudy does not win Florida on January 29th, NY may well abandon him as a lost cause, but it will be interesting to watch either way.
**Mitt Romney, Fred Thompson and Ron Paul are further back.**
Romney will move further back.
Thompson will move further up.
Ron Paul needs to say “Good-bye” and quit.
Rudy nauseates me, but I don't know if I agree with this. New York has a ton of delegates. If McCain can pull off an upset there, he's going to be that much harder for Fred to beat. The ol' "be careful what you wish for" thing.
They both stink like foul rubbish. I hope they destroy each other and take Huck with them.
Why not just jump on the Fred bandwagon? There's plenty of room, and the momentum is going our way currently.
On many of the hot button issues there is little difference between him and hillary, and McCain has repeatedly shown that he will tell us to F**k off.
Huck the hick out polls Fred the slick 2 to 1 in New York! It must be all the evangellicals. Duncan probably got one percent (He is very consistant).
McCain is far, far from ideal, but Rudy makes McCain look like Reagan’s idol.
I honestly, from the bottom of my heart, think Reagan would accept McCain as a President and openly oppose Rudy Giuliani. He’d probably crack a witty yet jabby joke about Rudy needing more time back in the Attorney’s Office to learn what junk lawsuits are.
Rudy is a threat finally starting to die down. Thank GOD Almighty that this nightmare is starting to unravel.
-—”McCain has given every conservative gathering the finger.”-—
well, that’s because Rudy had to apologize to every Conservative organization for suing them 100 times each in the past....
RG has never campaigned that way, or talked that way, and campaigned for prolife conservatives since 98, (in my state, that year), he would make a far better President than McCain.
I just would never know what McCain will do or say from one day to the next.
And he really loves the UnAmerican Democrat party and their media.
And the Mayor really hates them, lol.
So yep, no contest.
TitansAFC: “Rudy has fallen behind in a couple of states he tried to rig for himself. Now McCain is closing in on him in New York!!”
McPain beating Rudy? That’s like Obama beating Hillary. Either way, we lose.
For the REAL record on McLame:
I love Duncan, Man50D, but let’s face facts: his campaign is over.
I think our best hope with Duncan is a Veep nomination, thereby making him the instant front-runner for the GOP nod next time it’s available.
Right now, it’s something I am truly hoping for.
Yes, it was just so great when Rudy interrupted his speech to the NRA to take a phone call from his wife.