Thursday, September 29, 2011

Fox News Poll: Mitt Romney back on top. Perry falls to 2nd-Romney virtually Tied with Obama

Perry now garners 19 percent, a drop of 10 percentage points from a month ago. That puts Romney back in the top spot with the support of 23 percent. Last month Romney was at 22 percent.

GOP Nomination: [results from August]

Mitt Romney 23% [22]
Rick Perry 19% [29]
Herman Cain 17% [6]
Newt Gingrich 11% [3]
Ron Paul 6% [8]
Jon Huntsman 4% [1]
Michele Bachmann 3% [8]
Rick Santorum 3% [4]
Don’t Know/Other 14% [18]

Head-To Head: [results from July]

Barack Obama 45 [47]
Mitt Romney 42 [41] (-3)

Barack Obama 47
Rick Perry 39 (-8)

The Fox News Poll is conducted under the joint direction of Anderson Robbins Research (D) and Shaw & Company Research (R). The poll is based on live telephone interviews with a national sample of 925 registered voters, and was conducted September 25-27, 2011 in the evenings. sampling errors, including: Democrats (n = 382) ± 5%, Republicans (n = 338) ± 5.5%. Independents (n = 189) ± 7%, GOP Primary Voters (n = 363) ± 5%, Dem Primary Voters (n = 356) ± 5%.
The full story is HERE.
The crosstabs can be viewed HERE.

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Terry said...

Now Fox will push Cain.

Anonymous said...

Perry has been a pretty severe disappointment to all those people out there waiting for an "anyone-but-Romney" Savior. I do see Fox pushing Cain more. Cain has many good points, but absolutely no gov't experience and is older with some health issues.