Wednesday, July 13, 2011

PPP Polling: Huntsman 2nd in Utah. Romney in 1st by 53 POINTS

Can you say, MASSACRE? or even better, JON WHO?
Romney's performance in Utah is the strongest we've seen for any of the Republican candidates in any individual state. The best before now was Romney in Massachusetts, where he pulled 49%. 83% of primary voters see him favorably to only 13% with a negative opinion.
Favorable/Unfavorable/Not sure:

Mitt Romney 83/13/4 (+70)
Michele Bachmann 40/28/32 (+12)
Sarah Palin 47/42/11 (+5)
Herman Cain 28/24/48 (+4)
Jon Huntsman43/46/12 (-3)
Tim Pawlenty 24/29/47 (-5)

If the candidates for President next year were Michele Bachmann, Herman Cain, Newt Gingrich, Jon Huntsman, Sarah Palin, Ron Paul, Tim Pawlenty, Rick Perry, and Mitt Romney, who would you vote for?

Mitt Romney 63%
Jon Huntsman 10%
Michele Bachmann 6%
Sarah Palin 5%
Herman Cain 4%
Ron Paul 4%
Rick Perry 4%
Newt Gingrich 3%
Tim Pawlenty 1%

Without Palin:

Mitt Romney 60%
Jon Huntsman 12%
Michele Bachmann 8%
Ron Paul 5%
Herman Cain 4%
Rick Perry 4%
Newt Gingrich 2%
Tim Pawlenty 2%
Someone else/Undesided


Mitt Romney 82%

Jon Huntsman 14%
Not sure 4%
PPP surveyed 406 usual Utah Republican primary voters from July 8th to 10th. The margin of error for the survey is +/-4.9%.
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Ohio JOE said...

Haha, so without Mrs. Palin in the race, Mr. Romney goes down a few point??? Perhaps Mrs. palin should not enter the race and forgo the possibily of getting one delegate from Utah.

Anonymous said...

Lol at Huntsman. I hope that his political career is well and truly dead.


kelly said...

If you're Jon Huntsman, You'd have to be saying, "OUCH!"

Anonymous said...

If Romney had wanted to be governor of Utah, he would have been governor. As it is, he is now the former governor of Masachusetts and is still destroying the former governor of Utah in the polls.

Go Mitt!


BOSMAN said...

As Rick Perry once humbly said on Neil Cavuto's Show, "A Prophet is never loved in his home town."