Skip to comments.Undecided Voters Make for 'Wide Open' Iowa Race
Posted on 12/30/2011 7:48:31 PM PST by Ron C.Edited on 12/30/2011 7:51:22 PM PST by Admin Moderator. [history]
In what may be an anomaly in Iowa caucus history, voters are still flitting from candidate to candidate in the final days of the race.
The number of undecided caucus-goers, along with the much larger number of Iowans who are leaning toward a candidate but say they could change their mind, suggests the results on Tuesday night could look dramatically different from any poll today. The polls over the past two weeks alone reflect an ever-shifting dynamic
This is GREAT news for Newt, because he is going to be blanketing the airwaves in Iowa over the next 4 days with ads. Newt will have the final word in the ad war.
God speed Newt!
im seeing....paul gets close...but its his high water mark and he fades big....newt disappoints..loses new hampshire big..and throws all in in south carolina or its over....ricky s gets 2nd and becomes the anti romney and romney wins...and we get a romney/ricky s ticket for 2012
newt will be lucky to get 4th
Dunno how this will turn out. Newt and Perry probably make the most sense, but Ron Paul is the cute white Republican Obama for the “something new” liberals and semi liberals.
I will not vote for Romney, yet I have great reservations about voting for Newt. Call it a gut feeling. I hope neither wins the nomination.
Could Romney and Santorum ever get along
“voters are still flitting from candidate to candidate in the final days of the race”
The recent non alphabet polls seem to show this. The race is much tighter for the top 5 candidates and a lot of people still have not made up their minds. However that does not stop the likes of the msm, Fox News and their cohorts in the RINO establishment from quoting polls that are days old versus the more recent non alphabet polls. Anything to create their own narrative on the way it should be.
I don’t like any of them...not a one...i guess Santorum’s ok, but I don’t think he could win. Then again, he was elected in PA running slightly to the right of the majority of the State’s voters...
Yes but HOW can THIS be? Hasn’t just about every “credible source” told us this race is over and Willard wins?
To hear these people talk it’s time for Willard to pick his second term VP (because Christie can’t get under 400 pounds!)