Wednesday, December 22, 2010

PPP Polls: 2012 head-to-head in Florida

According to PPP polling, President obama has a slight lead in head-to-head match-ups in Florida. Mitt Romney has the best chance of beating him there and is only behind by 2 points.
A Mitt Romney nomination would make the race in the Sunshine State neck-and-neck, with Obama prevailing only 46-44, but the president would beat the other four by at least five points: Mike Huckabee, 49-44; Newt Gingrich, 47-42; and Sarah Palin by a whopping 52-38. He would also lead a hypothetical challenger, new conservative darling Marco Rubio, 48-40.
Head-To-Head (Obama/Candidate/not sure):

Mitt Romney 46/44/11 (-2)
Sarah Palin 52/38/10 (-14)
Mike Huckabee 49/44/7 (-5)
Newt Gingrich 47/42/11 (-5)
Marco Rubio 48/40/12 (-8)

Favorable/Unfavorable/Not sure:

Mitt Romney 43/38/20
Sarah Palin 36/57/6
Mike Huckabee 41/43/16
Newt Gingrich 36/47/18
Marco Rubio 43/42/15
PPP surveyed 1,034 Florida voters from December 17th to 20th. The survey’s margin of error is +/-3.0%. Other factors, such as refusal to be interviewed and weighting, may introduce additional error that is more difficult to quantify.
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phil said...

Romney really is doing well against a sitting President.

A Huckabee win here and there doesn't change that fact. Especially, with all Huckabee's tv exposure.

Palin's numbers are pathetic!

Anonymous said...

2 good showings by Romney today in FL and NC. Palin, not so good!