Wednesday, November 3, 2010

CNN Exit Polls 11-02-10: 2012 Presidential preference

Exit Polls were conducted yesterday by CNN in IOWA, NEW HAMPSHIRE, and SOUTH CAROLINA on the potential 2012 Presidential Race. The results are as follows:

IOWA:

Romney 21%
Huckabee 21%

Palin 18%
Gingrich (single digits)

New Hampshire:

Romney 39%
Palin 18%
Huckabee 11%
Gingrich (single digits)

South Carolina:

Palin 25%
Huckabee 24%
Roney 20%
Ginrich 10%

To bad they didn't incluse favorite son Jim DeMint in SC.

6 comments:

Right Wingnut said...

I wonder what the numbers would look like without Huck?

Anonymous said...

You're right Bosman. If DeMint enters the race as a favorite son, He wins SC.

Bye Bye Palin, Huckabee, and Gingrich!

Romney / DeMint in 2012!

zeke

BOSMAN said...

"I wonder what the numbers would look like without Huck?"

I would imagine that they would split pretty evenly between Gingrich and Palin.

Add DeMint into the mix, He's get the bulk. If DeMint had been included, in the CNN poll, I'm sure he would have won. taking votes from Palin, Huckabee, and Gingrich, in that order. DeMint would not hurt Romney's numbers.

kelly said...

Those are very good numbers in Iowa for Romney. Also, why didn't they poll Nevada? Romney is way ahead in all the 2012 polls there. NV is the same day as SC.

Revolution 2010 said...

This is good news. Maybe Romney's 'first in with Branstad' is beginning to pay off a little?

Anonymous said...

Where is Ron Paul in this Poll? This poll is BS. Ron Paul is the only potential candidate with credibility.