Tuesday, July 19, 2011

NBC-WSJ Poll: Romney 14 point lead over Bachmann

In the race for the Republican presidential nomination, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney remains the national leader with 30 percent of GOP primary voters saying he’s their first choice, according to a new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll.

GOP Nomination:

Mitt Romney 30%
Michele Bachmann 16%
Rick Perry 11%
Ron Paul 9%
Newt Gingrich 8%
Herman Cain 5%
Rick Santorum 3%
Tim Pawlenty 2%
Jon Huntsman 2%
The full NBC/Wall Street Journal poll -- which was conducted of 1,000 adults (200 reached by cell phone) from July 14-17, and it has an overall margin of error of plus-minus 3.1 percentage points
The full story is HERE.
The crosstabs can be viewed HERE.

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larry said...

This is more like it!

Massachusetts Conservative said...

Interesting note: If you combine Bachmann's and Perry's numbers, you get 27%, which is still less than Mitt's 30%.

Anonymous said...

Bosman, Off topic, but very interesting. I think this could be the basis of a good thread. The integrity at C4P is paramount.


BOSMAN said...

Sorry anon:

I did my own investigating and followed a link at your link to the source:


They're not doing anymore than I've seen Romney supporters doing. Asking folks to vote in a poll vs Perry or write a movie review is no big deal.

My visit there wasn't a waste of time. I followed one of there links to a Perry vs Palin contest on Greta's I voted for Palin.

I'd take Palin in a HEARTBEAT over Jesus Perry!

Anonymous said...

I don't want either one of them within 500 feet of the oval office. I'm not too worried, I don't see that happening. In the end both will go down the drain.