Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Neighborhood Research Survey: Huckabee and Romney Enjoy lead in Iowa

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney enjoy an early advantage among likely Iowa caucus-goers, a poll of Iowa Republicans found Wednesday.

Huckabee would win the Iowa caucuses and Romney would place second, if caucuses including all the potential Republican presidential candidates in the contest were held today, according to a Neighborhood Research survey released Wednesday.

Romney and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (Ga.), meanwhile, would have an edge in a narrower field of candidates, the poll found.

Neighborhood Research completed 319 surveys of Iowa Republicans who said their chances of participating in the 2012 GOP caucus were “definite” or “very likely.” The theoretical margin of error is +/- 5.5% in 95% of cases.
The full story is here.
The crosstabs can be viewed here.


kits54 said...

Come on Iowa, you CAN"T be hickish enough to support the Huckster!

Anonymous said...


Huck is not running so this poll is great news for Romney.

Anonymous said...

I agree. This is great news.


ConMan said...

It would be great if he came in second. First, and everyone else can go home.

Ann said...

Keep the good news coming!

Dave said...

Mitt can win Iowa....even if the Huckster DOES run.

hamaca said...

That picture is very funny.