Skip to comments.Romney Leads GOP Presidential Field in CA (Palin 3rd)
Posted on 06/20/2011 10:55:24 AM PDT by newzjunkey
Mitt Romney holds an eight-point lead over his Republican rivals for the White House in a survey of California voters released Monday by the Field Poll... Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani... second with 17 percent... Sarah Palin came in third... with 10 percent support.
Fifty-four percent of registered California voters approve of President Obama's job performance (37 percent disapprove). Further, nearly half (49 percent) of voters there support his re-election bid...
(Excerpt) Read more at realclearpolitics.com ...
CA is set to pass NV and move into the Top Spot for unemployment and these &@$# want to reelect the guy!
Just how relevant is any GOP poll in Mexifornia? The electoral votes will still go to to Obama because the President of Mexico isn’t on the ballot.
“Mitt Romney holds an eight-point lead over his Republican rivals for the White House in a survey of California voters released Monday by the Field Poll... Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani... second with 17 percent”
WHY IN HELL are they including that cross dressing son-of-a-b*tch Rudy in these polls? Is hje running? NO. Is he seriously thinking of running? NO. So why include him?
Given his liberal leanings, if he was not in the poll then the majority of his support goes (sadly) to Romney. But stop including people in polls that are not going torun, it’s friggin’ stupid.
“... Sarah Palin came in third... with 10 percent support.”
If she had any higher support in a liberal hell hole like the left coast, I’d have to re-evaluate my opinion of her.
Soon, one will need a passport to get into the Workers Republic of Kalifornistan
As goes CA goes the country?
Romney, the RINO, isn’t on my list and won’t be.
So let me see if I got this right- getting only 25% in a poll makes you a ‘winner’?
When 75% of the people polled DID NOT want you?
(and selected someone far more conservative?)
They asked about Rudy not running too and Romney’s lead expands to 30%.
Ping me about a California poll when a Republican has an ice cube’s chance in Hell there. Did they poll Canada and upper Mongolia, too?
California GOP can be counted on to do a bang-up job!
California plays a role in the primaries, but it’s a waste of money in the general election.
Why work when you have the evil rich paying your unemployment? Maybe Barry will run on a platform to rob the rich to get far more than 99 weeks of unemployment insurance.
GOP shouldn't waste time in CA except to defend some congressional seats.
They never vote Republican anyway.
However, even joining the Feb. 5th "Super Tuesday" primary in 2008 didn't help give CA GOP voters relevance because McCain had pulled away after a big win in FL.
CA only matters as an ATM for both parties.
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And why not? A GOP base in a state that can accept Swarzenegger as one of their own can surely put the Romneycare hero in first place.
Does the rest of the country care, anymore than it cares about lots of things California does these days? No.
This shows the difference between the looney libs in California, and the blue collar Democrats in the Midwest. Obama's numbers have tanked everywhere in the Midwest (OH, MI, WI, MN, IN)...and yet the looney libs on the coasts will never realize the emperor is wearing no clothes.
The CA primary is winner take all, isn’t it?
When the sample of California Republicans are asked to name
their first choice preference for the GOP nomination among
these twelve individuals, Romney currently leads the pack
with 25%, Giuliani is in second at 17%, and Palin is in
third at 10%. Preferences for each of the nine other possibilities
are in single digits. Another 14% of California Republicans
do not offer a preference or prefer another candidate at this time.
If Giuliani is excluded from the list of potential candidates,
Romney's lead is even larger.
Rank order of preferences of California Republicans
for the 2012 GOP Presidential nomination
(among California registered voters)
Giuliani Giuliani included excluded Mitt Romney 25% 30% Rudy Giuliani 17 -- Sarah Palin 10 12 Ron Paul 7 8 Newt Gingrich 6 8 Herman Cain 6 7 Rick Perry 5 6 Michele Bachman 4 5 Tim Pawlenty 3 3 Rick Santorum 2 2 Jon Huntsman 1 1 Gary Johnson * * Other/undecided 14 18 * Less than ½ of 1%.
I think Romney is the Giuliani of 2012. In other words these polls mean nothing. He`s too phony and won`t do well in the primary. Not post 2010, it`s a different world, but shhhh don`t tell the press!
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He probably does
theyre not exactly conservative in CA
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