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  • PPP poll: Sarah Palin’s favorability higher among Republicans than Romney’s or Santorum’s

    03/23/2012 7:16:06 PM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 8 replies · 3+ views
    Hotair ^ | 03/23/2012 | AllahPundit
    Granted, her ratings have always been solid among Republicans. And granted, comparing the favorability of someone who isn’t running to the favorability of two candidates who have been tearing each other’s throats out every day for months is apples and oranges. Even so, Ian Lazaran at Conservatives4Palin makes a fair point: As a Not Romney with appeal to evangelical and non-evangelical conservatives alike, she probably could have given Mitt more of a run for his money than Santorum has. Sarah Palin is now once again better liked than any of the actual candidates. 68% see her favorably and only 20%...
  • PPP MI poll latest: encouraging sign for Santorum ...

    02/27/2012 3:40:40 PM PST · by lilyfreeper · 43 replies · 2+ views
    ppp ^ | ppp
    Started today's Michigan calls at 4 and so far seeing encouraging things for Santorum. Tomorrow may be a long night. Pretty sure Santorum will win election day voters tomorrow in MI, just a question of whether he can make up Romney's absentee lead. Our final Michigan numbers should be out between 10 and 11 tonight.
  • PPP: Romney with edge in Michigan, crushing lead in Arizona

    02/27/2012 6:08:31 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 34 replies · 3+ views
    Hotair ^ | 02/27/2012 | Ed Morrissey
    For a while after Rick Santorum’s sweep in early February, it appeared that Mitt Romney might be on the ropes in the Republican primary. Santorum once held a significant lead in Michigan and close to a tie in Arizona, and seemed poised for another multi-state upset. According to the latest polling from PPP in both states, though, the momentum has swung in the other direction. In PPP’s poll of Michigan, Romney has begun to edge Santorum one day ahead of their primary, but also with a significant lead in early voting: Mitt Romney’s taken a small lead over Rick Santorum...
  • Romney's electability argument weakening? (PPP Poll shows Santorum does better against Obama)

    02/14/2012 10:06:44 AM PST · by SeekAndFind · 11 replies · 1+ views
    Public Policy Polling ^ | 02/14/2012 | Tom Jensen
    One thing that has remained constant in the ever changing GOP Presidential race is that Mitt Romney is the strongest candidate against Barack least until now.  PPP's newest national poll finds Romney trailing Obama by 7 points at 49-42, while Santorum trails by only 5 points at 49-44.This is a new development in the flavor of the month game. Over the previous 6 months when Romney first trailed Michele Bachmann, then Rick Perry, then Herman Cain, then Newt Gingrich in our national polling he still did on average 6 points better than them in our general election tests....
  • Santorum moves ahead in Michigan (Santorum 39, Romney 24, Paul 12, Gingrich 11)

    02/13/2012 8:12:57 AM PST · by TexasFreeper2009 · 246 replies
    Public Policy Polling ^ | 2/13/12 | staff
    Rick Santorum's taken a large lead in Michigan's upcoming Republican primary. He's at 39% to 24% for Mitt Romney, 12% for Ron Paul, and 11% for Newt Gingrich. Santorum's rise is attributable to two major factors: his own personal popularity (a stellar 67/23 favorability) and GOP voters increasingly souring on Gingrich. Santorum's becoming something closer and closer to a consensus conservative candidate as Gingrich bleeds support. Santorum's winning an outright majority of the Tea Party vote with 53% to 22% for Romney and 10% for Gingrich. He comes close to one with Evangelicals as well at 48% to 20% for...
  • PPP: Warren takes lead on Brown in Massachusetts

    09/20/2011 11:54:08 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 41 replies
    PPP ^ | 09/19/2011
    Elizabeth Warren has had an incredibly successful launch to her Senate campaign and actually leads Scott Brown now by a 46-44 margin, erasing what was a 15 point deficit the last time we polled the state in early June. Warren's gone from 38% name recognition to 62% over the last three months and she's made a good first impression on pretty much everyone who's developed an opinion about her during that period of time. What was a 21/17 favorability rating in June is now 40/22- in other words she's increased the voters with a positive opinion of her by 19%....
  • PPP poll: Trump totally running away with this GOP race now

    04/16/2011 5:18:29 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 177 replies
    Hotair ^ | 04/16/2011 | Allahpundit
    I don’t know what’s left to say about polls like the PPP Poll that I haven’t already said, so follow that last link if you missed it the first time around. Today’s funsies: Trump 26, Huckabee 17, Romney 15, Gingrich 11, Palin 8. Only 38% of Republican primary voters say they’re willing to support a candidate for President next year who firmly rejects the birther theory and those folks want Mitt Romney to be their nominee for President next year. With the other 62% of Republicans- 23% of whom say they are only willing to vote for a birther and...
  • PPP New Hampshire Poll: Romney leads in NH, Donald Trump makes things interesting

    04/05/2011 9:11:24 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 9 replies
    Romney leads in NH, Trump makes things interesting Mitt Romney's still the clear early front runner to take the Republican primary in New Hampshire next year but for the first time in our polling of the race PPP finds someone within single digits of him...Donald Trump. If Trump actually run 21% of New Hampshire GOP voters say they'd vote for him, compared to 27% for Romney. The key to Trump's relatively strong showing? He does well with birthers and Tea Partiers, two groups he has seemed to actively court with his public comments of late. 42% of primary voters firmly...
  • WI Republicans Leading in Lib Recall Poll

    03/16/2011 2:50:57 AM PDT · by Scanian · 15 replies
    The American Thinker Blog ^ | March 16, 2011 | Yossi Gestetner
    Public Policy Polling produced a poll for the Daily Kos showing that five of the eight Wisconsin State Senate Republicans would actually beat unidentified Democrat candidates in a Recall matchup. Three of these five would get more than fifty percent of the vote (52, 56, 60), and two don't make it to the fifty mark (netting 45 and 48 percent of the vote). In four districts, more people disapprove of the Recall in the first place than those who are in favor of it. But here is how some news sites headlined the story: •The Daily Kos: Wisconsin recall: 3...
  • PPP Poll: Mixed Reviews in Missouri for Obama (PPP results show him trailing all but Palin!)

    12/02/2010 12:53:35 PM PST · by SeekAndFind · 130 replies · 2+ views
    Barack Obama's best chance to win Missouri may have passed...unless the Republicans nominate Sarah Palin or Newt Gingrich. After losing the state by the smallest of margins in 2008 Obama is now unpopular in the state, with 52% of voters disapproving of him to only 43% who approve. He trails Mike Huckabee by 7 points (49-42) and Mitt Romney by 6 points (47-41) in hypothetical match ups. But Palin and Gingrich are even more unpopular in the state than he is and as a result he leads Palin by a 46-43 margin and trails Gingrich only 45-44. Huckabee is...
  • Tell PPP Where to Poll the Final Week

    10/18/2010 6:35:52 PM PDT · by Spydergoo · 3 replies
    PPP ^ | 10/18/2010 | PPP
    Where should we poll the final week? Connecticut Delaware Georgia Maine Maryland Massachusetts New Hampshire New York Rhode Island South Carolina Vermont
  • Palin 2012 in Alaska (PPP Poll Shows 62% of Alaska Republicans Oppose her running for President)

    09/01/2010 8:19:30 AM PDT · by SeekAndFind · 61 replies
    Public Policy Polling ^ | 09/01/2010 | PPP
    If Sarah Palin runs for President in 2012 she can't count on a whole lot of support back home. 62% of Alaska Republicans are opposed to her making a White House bid and she gets only 17% in a hypothetical 2012 primary in the state tying for her second with Mike Huckabee behind Mitt Romney. It's not that Alaska Republicans don't like Palin- a majority of them still do. But there's a significant disconnect between GOP voters in the state liking Palin and thinking she should run for President, a divide we've seen with Republicans nationally and one that presents...
  • PPP: Obama 50, Palin 44

    12/10/2009 1:42:02 PM PST · by Lou Budvis · 17 replies · 771+ views
    Hot Air ^ | 12/10/09 | Allahpundit
    Actually, the real scoop is that Huckabee has crawled to within one thin point of The One at 46/45. But I already teased the good news for him a few days ago, so here’s the Palinistas’ chance to feel encouraged. She trailed The One by 12 points in late October. Six weeks later, thanks to the book tour and the debacle that is ObamaCare, she’s cut it in half.
  • PPP Poll: Obama Approval Rating Of Those Older Than 65 Now Down To 33% (Charts)

    11/19/2009 10:51:24 AM PST · by Talkradio03 · 9 replies · 742+ views
    hotairpundit ^ | 11/18/09 | talkradio03
    Seasoned Citizens are getting it, could be the Health Care Bill and cuts in Medicare...(PPP Poll)