Friday, October 14, 2011

Rasmussen Poll: Romney & Cain tied at the top

GOP Nomination: (results from Sept 21)

Herman Cain 29% (7)
Mitt Romney 29% (24)
Newt Gingrich 10% (9)
Rick Perry 9% (28)
Ron Paul 5% (6)
Michele Bachmann 4% (8)
Jon Huntsman 2% (2)
Rick Santorum 2% (3)


Herman Cain 43%
Mitt Romney 42%

Regardless of which candidate you want to win the Republican Presidential Nomination, which candidate is most likely to win?

Mitt Romney 51%
Herman Cain 17%
Rick Perry 13%
The survey of 1,000 Likely GOP Primary Voters was conducted on October 12, 2011 by Rasmussen Reports. Likely GOP Primary Voters include both Republicans and unaffiliated voters likely to vote in a GOP Primary. The margin of sampling error is +/- 3 percentage.
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Anonymous said...

Wow, one of these two could be president of the united states. The other one is Herman Cain.

Doug NYC GOP said...

Checking the dates of this week’s polling data, this Rassmussen is the only post-debate/Christie endorsement set of numbers we have.

Romney goes up 5 and now is poised to break through the “media imposed” ceiling he is supposed to have (let’s just over look the other candidates running, I mean is Romney supposed be at 50% at this point? LOL)and the more widely available CNN debate this week will offer a prime oppurtunity to do this.

Cain, whom I like very much, is not ready to run a campaign or serve. He just simply has not put the machinary in place and he has not fleshed out his positions suffciently to attract more voters. His VP stock however is very much on the rise and he would be a strong contender, albeit one with liabilities.

The really happy news is that Dirtbag Perry is done. So done in fact, his brand is ruined. Prior to running, when he was an unknown, he was a conservative media darling. Free to roam talk radio circles, speaking in slogans and sound bites. He was a star.

Now that he took a slick, opputunistic and fake shot at running for President, by his own hand (and mouth) he has revealed himself to be a fool. He’ll leave the campaign diminished and damaged, far from the status he claimed before he threw his empty hat into the ring.