Skip to comments.ARG Poll: Florida GOP Primary
Posted on 01/25/2008 8:32:06 PM PST by Norman Bates
Conducted Jan. 23-24
Sample: 600 LVs
MoE: ± 4%
As much as I disagree with most of his positions, I hate to see Rudy trailing the pack (the irrelevant moonbat aside). I think Romney and Rudy are the only two candidates who have ANY chance at winning the general election, and if Rudy gets knocked out of the box, it’s a win for the media and RATS, since our chance for a successful candidate is down to one.
From their previous poll Mitt is up 4% and McQueeg is up 2%. It looks like Mitt is gaining on McQueeg even in a ARG poll. Good news for Mitt Romney.
Rudy’s decline has been staggering. I kind of feel sorry for him. Whoever designed his campaign strategy seriously miscalculated.
That is exactly the way I have seen it from the beginning.
McCain beats any democrat as well.
This is an ARG poll. If their recent track record holds true, either Romney or Huckabee are on top.
If Rudy backers sense he can’t make it, there may be a mass defection, in which case Romney would be toast.
Not necessarily. Although you are right, their record is quite mixed.
For Florida, Real Clear Politics isn’t including the ARG polls into the Florida averages.
Yes, I know. ;-)
ARG is the most unreliable polling firm nexxt to Fox News Polls and Newsweek polls.
For the thousandth time, the NH polls were “right.” They just didn’t have time to register Hillary’s cry session which occurred the day before the vote.
You are siting the ARG poll? This has been one of the biggest failures this season. Until someone can back it up with another poll, this is an outliar.
You should be happy. Your guy’s in third!
Survey USA today has McCain leading by 2. IA has a tie. So it doesn’t seem too far off.
LOL- I know. But look at the polling firm.
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