Skip to comments.Poll: GOP's 2012 contenders unknown, unloved
Posted on 04/21/2011 11:34:21 AM PDT by OldDeckHand
It's early yet, but the Grand Old Party clearly has its work cut out to sell the voting American public on a candidate to challenge President Obama in the 2012 national election.
A 56 percent majority of Republican voters told a CBS News/New York Times poll that none of the names officially or unofficially in the hat at this stage made them feel enthusiastic as potential nominees.
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Huck is never going to be worth reconsidering. He is pro immigration and he’s a tax raiser. Letting that guy out of prison so he could kill again was not real good judgement either. I would take Trump all day long over Huck or Mitt.
Besides its early. Wait until we actually have a GOP nominee that is going head to head with Soetoro and gas is $6 a gallon, nobody has a job and inflation is running 10%-15%. At that point its Barry’s fault. I don’t think he will be able to get elected dog catcher. All we have to do is run someone totally the opposite of Barry. It cannot be Obama lite which is what McStain was.
Are we worried?
These guys are our enemies, do we let them select our candidates?
>> “Huckabee might be worth reconsidering after seeing these numbers.” <<
We could just keep Obama and save our selves the trouble.
That's true. The urban areas and the coasts are predominantly Democratic. And even in red state areas like the south and the plains, a lot of socons go for the likes of Huckabee. A lot of people don't pay close attention.
Sometimes I wonder why I bother to pay attention at all. I already know how I'm going to vote. I guess I kid myself that it makes a difference if I pay attention. In truth, I may just be wasting precious time.
CBS and NY Times together, now there`s a honest bunch...ROLL EYES.
Yeah cuz exit polls have been so reliable these past 10 or so years. Every time exit polls differ from REAL polls (i.e. the actual votes) dems scream the election was stolen. And the exit polls are always way off.