Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Mike Huckabee leads GOP field with Positive Intensity

The latest Gallup poll shows Mike Huckabee up on top-leading amongst fellow Republicans who may be running for the 2012 nomination. Mike Huckabee has the most intense following. This corresponds with what Iowa Independent stated in their survey results: His statewide organization was never dismantled. That isn't just in Iowa. State Coordinators and volunteers have been working hard for Mike Huckabee through HuckPAC-organizing for state and local issues, making GOTV phone calls for candidates running in the 2010 mid-term elections. Those supporters have been showing up at the book tour events and are ready to jump in once Huckabee gives the word "go".



These findings are based on Gallup Daily tracking interviews conducted between Feb. 28 and March 13 with more than 1,500 Republicans and Republican-leaning independents nationwide rating each of 12 potential 2012 Republican presidential candidates. Gallup now tracks these candidates' images on a daily basis, and will report aggregated results on Gallup.com on a weekly basis.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Texas, I'm a little bit surprised. I thought Palin's fans were easily the most intense.

-Martha

DanL said...

Martha, how quickly you forget the garbage written by guys like Adam Graham. And with his flurry of recent writing, it is odd that you have overlooked the Acolyte's contributions.

Anonymous said...

Dan, ha ha, I haven't forgotten Adam Graham. Where is he lately, anyway?

I realize the intensity of Huck fans, I just really believed Palin's were even more devoted. Sure seems that way in the blogworld.

-Martha

Anonymous said...

Why don't they ask:

Which is more important to you in choosing a President. How much you like him/her or their competence?

Revolution 2010 said...

"Why don't they ask:

Which is more important to you in choosing a President. How much you like him/her or their competence?"

In most of these polls, look at the Head-To-Head with Obama vs favorability. There's your answer.