Skip to comments.ARG POLL MISS-- Newt 35%, Rom 31, San-20
Posted on 03/09/2012 8:27:00 AM PST by VinL
Newt Gingrich leads the Mississippi Republican presidential primary with 35%. Gingrich is followed by Mitt Romney with 31%, Rick Santorum with 20%, and Ron Paul with 7%.
Gingrich leads Romney 37% to 32% among self-identified Republicans, followed by Santorum with 21% and Paul with 3%. Among self-identified independents and Democrats, Paul leads with 33%, followed by Romney with 24%, Gingrich with 20%, and Santorum with 14%.
Gingrich leads Romney 37% to 30% among likely Republican primary voters saying they will definitely vote in the March 6 primary, followed by Santorum with 17% and Paul with 5%. Romney leads Santorum 40% to 20% among those saying they will probably vote, followed by Paul with 18% and Gingrich with 13%.
Gingrich leads with 49% among likely Republican primary voters saying they are supporters of the Tea Party, followed by Romney with 24%, Santorum with 17%, and Paul with 5%. Among likely primary voters saying they are not supporters of the Tea Party or are undecided about the Tea Party, Romney leads with 39%, followed by Santorum with 24%, Gingrich with 17%, and Paul with 10%.
Gingrich leads among men with 39%, followed by Romney and Santorum with 21% each, and Paul with 12%. Romney leads Gingrich 42% to 30% among women, followed by Santorum with 19% and Paul with 2%.
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I can’t believe the no one on Free Republic is pointing out that the latest Rasmussen poll of likely voters now shows ROMNEY now leading in Mississippi by EIGHT points. This makes me a little nervous, folks, because Ill tell you what... Santorum and/or Gingrich absolutely MUST win Alabama, Mississippi, and Kansas next Tuesday if we are to have any remaining hope of keeping the nomination away from Romney. Im very uncomfortable with how competitive Romney seems to be right now in these Deep Southern states. If he wins one or more of them as the result of Rick and Newt splitting the conservative vote, then we might as well resign ourselves to start referring to Mitt as Republican Presidential Candidate Romney.
Santorum and Gingrich supporters need to start putting their differences aside to make sure this DOESNT happen. Hopefully, both campaigns will join forces to launch a barrage of negative ads against Romney throughout the weekend.
Thank you very much.
If Newt wins Alabama AND Mississippi while Romney wins Kansas, Rick is going to accelerate his dive. The nice thing is that almost all Rick’s delegates are unpledged and therefore available for pickin’s.