Skip to comments.Rasmussen FL POLL (Cain 30%, Romney 24%, Gingrich 19%)
Posted on 11/09/2011 10:23:29 AM PST by justsaynomore
As he continues to battle media coverage over past sexual harassment allegations, businessman Herman Cain leads other Republican hopefuls in the first Rasmussen Reports look at the GOP primary race in Florida.
The latest statewide telephone survey of Likely Republican Primary voters shows Cain with 30% support while former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney picks up 24% of the vote. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich draws support from 19% of Florida GOP voters with no other candidate picking up double-digits.
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This Florida survey of 788 Likely Republican Primary Voters was conducted on November 8, 2011 by Rasmussen Reports. The margin of sampling error is +/- 4 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence. Field work for all Rasmussen Reports surveys is conducted by Pulse Opinion Research, LLC. See methodology.
Well you left out the most important information, when the poll taken? A week aga? Ten days ago? Today? That really matters here ...
Anybody with a chart of this, or the recent levels of the various candidates, feel free to post! :)
Hey, Karl, take this poll and stuff it up your ass, little guy.
You obviously didn’t read the article.
The poll was taken yesterday.
“This Florida survey of 788 Likely Republican Primary Voters was conducted on November 8, 2011 by Rasmussen Reports.”
E’ff all the liars and dreck from hades. I’m sticking with Cain-— liberal kryptonite.
In other words, after the floozy. Give 'em hell, Herman!
These are ALL polls taken in the LAST WEEK. After the smear attempt on Cain started.
Rasmussen Poll (taken 11/3/11 - Cain 26%, Romney 23%, Gingrich 14%)
Newsmax/InsiderAdvantage Iowa Caucus Poll (Cain 30%, Romney 15%, Gingrich 12%, Paul 9%, Bachmann 8%)
Herman Cain Wins Maine, North Carolina PPP polls (Maine - Cain 29, Romney 24%, GIngrich 22%, / NC - Cain 30%, Romney 19%, Gingrich 18%)
Real Clear Politics Polling Average Cain +2 (Leads Nation)
Election 2012: South Carolina Republican Primary
South Carolina: Cain 33% Romney 23% Gingrich 15%
SD GOP state dinner straw presidential poll - Cain 1st 35%, Gingrich 2nd with 23%, Romney 3rd with 20%!
Cain/Romney tied in Gallup poll (Cain/Romney 21%, Gingrich 12%, Perry 11%)
Florida Tea Party Straw Poll - Nov. 6 (Cain 50%, Gingrich 23%)
Cain, Gingrich lead Romney in new Iowa poll (Cain 22%, Gingrich 18%, Romney 15%)
Go Newt!! IF Herman Cain stumbles, there is a high probability Newt will win Iowa and South Carolina. Romney will get New Hampshire. That *could* give Newt 2 of the first 3 states going into Florida. I know Newt speaks Spanish.... hopefully he can lure in a majority of the Latino vote in south florida, and win that state too.
Newt may rise above Cain anyway just based on substance. We’ll see. Romney has got to be sweating a little bit.
I wonder how many of those polled had seen the Cain presser last night. Cain and Lin Wood both gave phenomenal performances!
It says 11-8.
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I would give ANYTHING to see Gingrich Obama debates
Barry would be whimpering on the floor
I sent Tokyo Rove an email with Allred’s statements on MSNBC about calling Cain before our esteemed Houses of Congress to flagellate and punish him.
I wondered if he still thought that she added credibility to the not to be questioned accusers.
This Florida survey of 788 Likely Republican Primary Voters was conducted on November 8, 2011.
Herman, Herman, he’s our man! If he can’t do it...
Well, I guess I’ll have to hold my nose and vote for Newt.
Thanks Paperdoll. I agree that we need to put our money where our mouths are. If we are supporting Cain, we need to do more that be verbal about it.
He needs money to continue his fight and campaign successfully.
I think Cain’s presser helped a ton. Almost as much as the last accuser, who looks phonier than a three dollar bill.
The more accusers they pile on, the worse they looks as a group. Looking at any one of them, they don’t seem so bad, but together they:
1) work for Obama
2) live in Axelrod’s building
3) have multiple bankruptcies
4) have repeated issues with employers
5) wear low cut blouses and push up bras on TV appearances
6) giggle inappropriately
7) won’t give names
8) allegations were found to be without merit
9) sought out Cain after alleging sexual impropriety
10) hire Gloria for lawyer
I don’t understand. The Obama people, the Romney people, and the rest of the inside the Beltway elitists have assured me that Cain is finished. Why aren’t the voters who think they want constitutional government listening to our betters?
Can’t wait for Karl to endorse Obama if Cain wins the nomination.
Looking at the current field of GOP candidates and having seen the debates thus far, only Cain stands tall.
I was once for that Palin girl but we know the story there. So in absence of Palin, Cain is the one.
Could it be Newt? Don't think so. He's got too much "real" personal baggage to survive a general election. Though he definitely deserves a top role in the Cain Administration.
Could it be Bachmann? Don't think so. While she shares most of Tea Party views, she lacks the charisma that a successful candidate for president needs. Like Newt, she deserves a high place in the Cain Administration.
Could it be Mitt Romney? Hell no.
Could it be Rick Perry? I'm afraid he has suffered too many self-inflicted wounds to be a factor going forward. Also, he's too much a part of the political establishment that conservative voters are tired of.
Could it be Sarah Palin? Only if Cain somehow manages to flame out. She could come into the race late and force a brokered convention. However, this is not the preferred scenario.
Herman Cain gives us the best shot of a conservative Tea Party president in 2012.
That all said, I'm late for lunch so I'm going to grab a meatball and cheese sub at the deli. Thank you very much for listening.
very well reasoned, thank you.
The Bots are deeply saddened.
Gingrich/Cain 2012 - I’m feelin’ it!!
Herman Cain did great during his presser, Herman Cain did great on the Jimmy Kimmel show and Herman Cain will do great tonight on the CNBC debate, even with John Harwood, the Obama butt kisser as a moderator. Maria, well...so...so!!! At least Maria is not an Obamabot, posing as a neutral, as John Harwood is. But.....Herman & Newt will make mincemeat out of weakling Harwood this evening. And......the Cain women on the attack are falling apart themselves, as either left-wing Obama nuts or Obama evening madams in the hunt for quick cash!!! Could be an interesting evening!!!!
“Cant wait for Karl to endorse Obama if Cain wins the nomination.”
It would not surprise me one iota if he did. He is a mean, petty man, and a horrible strategist. We don’t want him; the Dems are more than welcome to take him off our hands.
Karl Rove is an idiot RINO!!
I like the way you think! Well said!
And don’t forget; getting advise from a 13 year old!
You’re much too kind in your assessment. Newt may be a RINO, Perry may be a RINO. But, Rove is pure malevolence on a mission to destroy conservatism forever.
Obama needs to be taught a very, very BIG lesson and it needs to happen in front of the American people.
Where is that “vintage” pic of Tokyo Rove? Can someone at least put the word F-A-I-L across his massive forehead?
Romney got “seriously” beaten...
Cain sucks. There is something there about his behavior and no matter how much we want to blame the press, you can’t stick your head in the sand. Move on to the next hopeful.
You can't be like Rooty and put all your eggs in the Florida basket, but if Iowa and New Hampshire produce different winners as they generally do, this is where the final decision is made.
Florida works almost as well in the general election too. You need only look at three states: Florida, Ohio and Pennsylvania. Anyone who wins two of the three wins narrowly. Anyone who wins all of them has a cakewalk in the rest of the country.
Karl is a tool. So are all the ‘talking heads’. Krauthammer, Kristol, et al. They are all in the tank for Romney. Boy, shades of Reagan. Those of you old enough, before the internet, this same crap was going on. Now, we’re up on it. Thank God for talk radio. They can’t get away with it anymore. I’m amazed Reagan was able to cut through this crap. Now, the conservative forces have a voice, their (establishment) tactics are not working. Even if you don’t care for Herman Cain, you need to support him. God knows the GOP won’t. The tea party is needed for this battle right now. Get over this circus, move on.
If Obama was vetting like this, he’d still be in Illinois. Shades of Jack Ryan? We not only have to defeat the dems, we have to defeat the media.
We have our work cut out for us. Like I said on a previous post, my Son-in-law did 5 deployments, we MUST deploy.
We will prevail. Freedom is the bane of the libs. LOL. I’ll never give up.
"The blacks are too stupid to do anything on their own" liberals and the "White men only " RINOs must be furious. A lot of money is being spent on Bimbos to take Cain out. Those gold diggers aren't cheap (financially speaking).
Prove it. Where's the dress?
You speak with authority, just what behavior have you personally observed to come to this conclusion? Did he hit on you?
Cain leads in Iowa, Ohio, South Carolina, and Florida