Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Suffolk University/7 News Poll: Romney with 25 point lead over 2nd place Bachmann in NH

GOP Nomination: (results from May)

Mitt Romney 36% (35)
Michele Bachmann 11% (3)
Ron Paul 8% (8)
Rudy Giuliani 5% (8)
Jon Huntsman 4% (-)
Sarah Palin 4% (7)
Herman Cain 2% (2)
Newt Gingrich 2% (3)
Rick Perry 2% (-)
Tim Pawlenty 2% (5)
George Pataki 1% (-)
Rick Santorum 1% (2)
Undecided 21%
Gary Johnson, Fred Karger, Roy Moore, Buddy Roemer received 0%

Favorable/Unfavorable/Never heard of-Undecided:

Mitt Romney 64/19/17 (+45)
Michele Bachmann 44/22/31 (+22)
Tim Pawlenty 34/15/51 (+19)
Herman Cain 24/15/61 (+9)
Rick Santorum 27/20/54 (+7)
Jon Huntsman 19/18/64 (+1)
Ron Paul 36/36/28 (-)
Sarah Palin 37/50/14 (-13)
Newt Gingrich 24/56/21 (-32)

The crosstabs can be viewed here.

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MITT 12 said...

I'm a Romney supporter.

These Romney Massacre reports in NH are beginning to be boring.

Why do they keep polling there?

Wishful thinking perhaps?

BOSMAN said...

"Wishful thinking"!

tim said...

Anyone who wastes their time in NH, is crazy.

The best anyone could do would be a distant second.

Revolution 2012 said...

Some may be foolish enough to think they can come in a close second.

corep said...

and to be honest tim we want as many people thinking like REV 12 says. we want a contested primary to solidify Mitts standing and catapult to SC after another impressive NV win in between.

Anonymous said...

Expectations of who will win can hurt a candidate in the primaries almost as much as losing. Winning where you are expected to is not nearly as helpful as almost winning where no one expects you to. It gives the media something to talk about over and over. It becomes something like a "victory indistinguishable from defeat" for the actual winner when this happens. Think Romney/Huckabee in 2008.