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Posted on 09/19/2011 7:22:57 PM PDT by DRey
2012 Republican Presidential Nomination 2008 GOP Race on September 19, 2007 | 2008 GOP Final RCP Average Polling Data Poll Date Perry Romney Palin Paul Bachmann Gingrich Cain Santorum Huntsman Spread RCP Average 9/8 - 9/18 28.2 19.6 11.5 9.8 6.8 6.2 5.4 1.8 1.4 Perry +8.6 USA Today/Gallup 9/15 - 9/18 31 24 -- 13 5 5 5 2 1 Perry +7 CBS News/NY Times 9/10 - 9/15 23 16 -- 5 7 7 5 1 1 Perry +7 Bloomberg 9/9 - 9/12 26 22 8 8 9 4 4 2 1 Perry +4 CNN/Opinion Research 9/9 - 9/11 30 18 15 12 4 5 5 2 2 Perry +12 PPP (D) 9/8 - 9/11 31 18 -- 11 9 10 8 2 2 Perry +13
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Lol. I know. And it looks bad, too. I have been buried all day and was SO EXCITED the minute I got online to see a new post debate poll out! Plus I thought since we can’t link USA Today maybe it just wasn’t on FR yet.
Knock it off. nobody pushed your buzzer.
That’s one way to look at it! Just don’t be offended when others see it the other way. I promise we’ll all acknowledge she’s in and treat her peeps better than we have been treated by them...when she’s really in!
More interesting poll numbers today too.
The only notable conern is that Mitt Romney rose in one area - the most electable. However, even in that area, Perry maintained his front runner slot.
Rick Perry the Top Choice Among Conservatives
Monday, September 19, 2011
For the second month in a row Rick Perry leads the Daily Caller/ConservativeHome poll.
Among active conservative voters, Rick Perry is still looking strong one week after his widely-panned debate performance. Mitt Romney has seen a significant boost, while Michele Bachmanns attacks on Perry in the debate didnt do much to slow her downward slide.
In the latest Daily Caller-ConservativeHome poll, which was fielded September 13-16, 2011, Perrys numbers on electability held fairly constant from August and kept him atop the field, but it was Romney who arguably had the best month.
Perrys percentage held steady at 46%, while Romney rose from 19.8% to 34.4% since August.
First Choice for President:
Rick Perry 35.2%
Mitt Romney 18.7%
Michele Bachmann 14.1%
Herman Cain 11.8%
Newt Gingrich 8.2%
Ron Paul 7.4%
Rick Perry 46.8%
Mitt Romney 34.4%
Michele Bachmann 7.0%
Ron Paul 3.3%
As Michele Bachmann continues to lose favor with conservatives,
Businessman Herman Cain is on the rise.
Ron Paul is surprisingly unpopular with conservatives
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I stealz your pic ok? :)
There’s a poll that asks GOP voters if your candidate is not in the race who is your next choice. Paul voters Cain voters Bachmann voters etc. call say Palin.Get the picture.When she runs she wins.
Well. if she's such a sure thing, she should run in the Democrat primary, and knock out Obama once and for all.
If he wins, I hope there is no complaining about the obvious, i.e. we just elected another career politician.
She’s running. Perry is Crony capitalism.
Does anyone think Perry would have beaten Hutchinson in Texas without Palin or won Congress without Palin.Where was Perry, Romney in Wisconsin.Bunch of wimps.
Perry would most definitely have beaten Hutchinson without Palin. That wasn’t even close and was totally hyped by the RINOs that wanted Perry out. It was nice that Palin endorsed him. She didn’t have anything better to be doing. I felt like it did her a lot of good to be on a larger stage with Perry, as well. But if you’re thinking Palin is responsible for his re-election, think again.
Lol! “Perry IS....crony capitalism,” starring Sarah Palin from the peanut galleries of Wasilla.
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