Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Bloomberg/Selzer Poll: Cain, Paul, Romney, and Gingrich on top in Iowa

GOP Nomination:

Herman Cain 20%
Ron Paul 19%
Mitt Romney 18%
Newt Gingrich 17%
Rick Perry 7%
Michele Bachmann 5%
Rick Santorum 3%
Jon Huntsman 1%
Not Sure 10%
A Survey of 503 likely Republican caucus-goers was conducted November 10-12, 2011. The MOE is +/-4.4%.
The full story is HERE.
The crosstabs can be viewed HERE.


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8 comments:

Anonymous said...

It's going to come down to organization.

Machtyn said...

I've said long ago that Ron Paul is one to watch. He does have a strong and vocal base. He could be strong contender in Iowa.

Anonymous said...

wouldn't it be fantastic if Paul won Iowa? then the whole nation will finally see what morons we let go first.

Terrye said...

A three way tie. God, I hope that lunatic Ron Paul does not win.

fastfacts said...

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leighrow said...

I am also confused why the tea party types like Gingrich. People should check out this you tube video on the real Newt and it has nothing to do with his personal issues. Newt has more serious flip flops than Romney.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jWPz1Qdq1uI&feature=youtu.be

Slick-Willy said...

Interesting. If Mitt wins Iowa, it's over. If Paul wins Iowa it may be just as over. A Paul win in Iowa would awaken a powerful pragmatic spirit in the collective Republican voter and Mitt is THE pragmatist in this campaign.

Anonymous said...

wouldn't be fantastic AT ALL if Paul won Iowa, would be only a disaster, maybe not immediately, but wait November ........... unless a Miracle.