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Romney Gaining Ground in Michigan

Michigan Party Affiliation in 2004 Election                                    Party Affiliation in 2008 Election Democrats – 39%                                                     Democrats – 41% Republicans – 34%                   [...]

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Iowa Polls Show a Dead Heat

Iowa Party Affiliation in 2004 Election                                    Party Affiliation in 2008 Election Democrats – 34%                                                     Democrats – 34% Republicans – 36%                   [...]

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NYTimes/CBS Oversample Democrats in Latest Poll

In 2008, 7% more Democrats voted in the General Election. The advantage was thanks, in large part, to the amazing amount of energy that the Obama campaign had. In 2012, they do not have that energy, the Republicans do.This picture illustrates the Party ID breakdown in the latest NYTimes/CBS poll. Why they choose to over [...]

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Romney is Winning, and the Liberal Media Knows It

I think that it would be fair to say, this election is close. National polls by both Gallup and Rasmussen show the race virtually tied. The thing to remember is that the President is not elected on a national ballot but state-by-state in the Electoral College. But the Electoral College can be a tricky thing. [...]

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Poll Watch: St. Norbert College/WPR Wisconsin 2012 Republican Primary Survey

St. Norbert College/WPR Wisconsin 2012 GOP Primary Poll Mitt Romney 37% Rick Santorum 32% Ron Paul 8% Newt Gingrich 4% Other 5% Not sure 11% Favorable / Unfavorable {Net} Mitt Romney 62% / 29% {+33%} Rick Santorum 58% / 28% {+30%} Ron Paul 40% / 39% {+1%} Newt Gingrich 32% / 55% {-23%} Survey of [...]

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California Republicans Get Behind Mitt Romney

Republican voters in California have swung behind Mitt Romney, with the national presidential front-runner crushing his rivals by double digits and substantially expanding his support in the state, a new poll has found. Romney won 42% of registered Republican voters, with his closest rival, Rick Santorum, trailing by 19 points, according to the USC Dornsife/Los [...]

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Gallup: Governor Romney has risen “off the charts!”

In today’s Gallup GOP national poll, Romney sets another 2012 record, polling at an astounding 42%! This puts him literally off the charts! Their chart only goes up to 40%, so Mitt’s data point for the day is not even displayed. What does it all mean? 1. The “etch-a-sketch” dustup was nothing but child’s play [...]

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Two New Polls Show Romney Leading by 15 Points in Illinois

Poll Watch: American Research Group Illinois 2012 Republican Primary Survey ARG Illinois 2012 GOP Primary Poll  Mitt Romney 44% Rick Santorum 30% Newt Gingrich 13% Ron Paul 8% Other 1% Undecided 4%   Among Republicans (76%) Mitt Romney 45% Rick Santorum 35% Newt Gingrich 12% Ron Paul 4% Other 1% Undecided 3% Among Independents (24%) Mitt Romney [...]

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New Nevada Poll out Friday Morning Shows That Romney’s Lead Has Increased To 25%

PPP Nevada Caucus Survey Romney 50% Gingrich 25% Paul 15% Santorum 8% Someone else/not sure Favorables Romney 70/25 Santorum 64/23 Paul 45/46 Gingrich 41/49 PPP surveyed 937 likely Republican caucus voters on February 1st and 2nd. The margin of error for the survey is +/-3.2%.

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Romney Well Ahead After First Night of Polling in Nevada (Updated)

A new Florida poll is about be released which was conducted today.  We’ll wait till the poll, performed by Public Policy Polling, is out tomorrow but here are some details reported by the source: Mitt Romney is up by 15-20 points after one night of polling in Nevada, with Newt Gingrich poised to finish second, [...]

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