Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Morris Poll: Mitt Romney out front, Rick Perry weak

Commenting on the results, Dick Morris said “Rick Perry shows weakness in the polling that might cause him to reconsider running for president. As Governor of Texas, he is already well known, particularly in the South. If he cannot produce more than a 5% vote share nationally or do better than 9% in his region, he is not showing much strength.”
GOP Nomination:

Mitt Romney 23
Michele Bahmann 12
Ron Paul 12
Newt Gingrich 5
Herman Cain 5
Rick Perry 5
Tin Pawlenty 3
Rick Santorum 2
Jon Huntsman 1
A national survey of 700 likely Republican primary voters conducted by The Dick Morris Poll on June 18-19, 2011. In the survey, which has a 95% confidence of a margin of error of + or – 4%.
The Full story is HERE.
The crosstabs can be viewed HERE.


larry said...

I don't like Morris, but he is correct about perry.

Anonymous said...

I love Morris, but he is correct about Perry.

Revolution 2012 said...

That's a pretty comfortable lead for Romney.

Anonymous said...

Is Morris credible now?


Noelle said...

I still don't trust Morris. I'm glad Romney is polling well, though.

Anonymous said...

Jersey, having Morris on my side makes me very uncomfortable. I liked him better when he was badmouthing Mitt, because he's an idiot.


Anonymous said...

Martha, he's inconsequential...as long as he doesn't predict that Mitt wins the nomination and the general...we know how his predictions work out. Just ask President Condi Rice.