Skip to comments.Newsmax/InsiderAdvantage Iowa Caucus Poll (Cain 30%, Romney 15%, Gingrich 12%, Paul 9%, Bachmann 8%)
Posted on 11/06/2011 10:27:54 AM PST by BarnacleCenturion
Newsmax/InsiderAdvantage (R) Iowa 2012 GOP Caucus Poll
Survey of likely Iowa GOP caucus-goers was conducted November 3, 2011. Results from the poll conducted October 16, 2011 are in parentheses.
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Of course Bill Kristol said this morning that we all knew Cain was not going to be the nominee. It appears Bill is not paying attention.
Watched the Cain-Gingrich debate last night. Cain is beginning to grow on me. I think I could live with Gingrich as VP.
Thanks Barnacle Centurion! I have been waiting to ping this poll! :D
Wow, now that’s one heck of a statement!
Frankly I think Newt would be a great VP but am really leery of him in the top spot.
Rick Perry at 5.8% up two tenths of a percent. Looks like he's got the 'big mo'. He's the only one who can beat Romney dontchaknow?
Pigs are flying!!!..Hell is freezing over...(g)
But, but Huntsman more than DOUBLED his numbers! His campaign must be ecstatic!
Oh My, Rove will not like this poll.
I agree. I think as a tag team, they would be historical especially coupled with the pickup in the Senate seats, we yet may have a chance
I think in a debate with Cain,obama would be extremely arrogant and condescending,even more so than he is,I don’t think he would be able to stop himself,Cain would look like the adult in the room.
As Speaker - Gingrich pushed conservative principles on a liberal Bill Clinton - with a socialist spouse.
As a co-author of the 1994 Contract with America, Gingrich was in the forefront of the Republican Party’s dramatic success in that year’s Congressional elections and subsequently was elected Speaker of the House. In 1995, Time magazine named him “Man of the Year” for his role in leading the Republican Revolution in the House, ending 40 years of the Democratic Party being in the majority. During his tenure as Speaker, he represented the public face of the Republican opposition to President Bill Clinton. Under his Speakership, Congress passed and Clinton signed the 1996 reform of welfare, a capital gains tax cut and the first balanced budget since 1969.
He gave his full measure and was pummelled by false ethics charges and back-stabbing GOP colleagues - plus the ubiquitous liberal media.
Newt is a survivor and as POTUS with a loyal VP would be liberated to lead the Nation. Or as VP to a charismatic, equally conservative POTUS - they would be unstoppable. JMHO
My wife and I both like Gingrich and Cain. Gingrich has a wealth of knowledge, knows how Washington operates but we think he would be better in the VP slot. As for Kristol - he is a Beltway hack and lacks credibility any longer.
Whenever I listen to Bill Kristol, I always try to remember that he’s the one who advised Dan Quayle to correct the spelling mistakes of school kids...
The establishment told us he peaked a month ago. They said he doesn't know how to run a campaign, that he doesn't have enough money and is not spending enough time in Iowa (even though no one else but Bachmann has spent much more time there,) but that Cain Train -- fueled by People Power -- just keeps a rollin'!
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