Two weeks before the Iowa GOP Straw Poll -- a non-binding popularity contest for 2012 Republican presidential hopefuls -- many of the party's activists have yet to commit to any candidate.
For some, it's a dilemma of too many good choices.
"We have a lot of good candidates," says Cathy Grawe of Coralville. "We're all struggling because they are good candidates with good positions."
For others, it's a problem of not enough choices.Well short of Rick Perry possibly getting in, many Iowans may have to suck in their gut and choose from the group that is already announced. Palin and Perry won't get in, they're having to much fun playing pretend candidates.
Iowa City GOP activist Deb Thornton doesn't think Republicans are "waiting for a savior," but says the race remains wide open. She thinks a lot of people will decide the day of the straw poll.
With 20 percent of Iowa Republicans "undecided," that could happen, says Steffen Schmidt, ISU political science professor.
"It's not clear if they will attend and thus produce a surprise or if they'll stay home and harvest their summer vegetable garden," Schmidt says.
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