Friday, December 9, 2011

Gallup Daily Tracking Poll: Gingrich Downward trend, Romney Upward trend

GOP Nomination: (from Dec 6) [from Dec 5]

Newt Gingrich 34% (36%) [37%]
Mitt Romney 25% (23%) [22%]
Ron Paul 10% (9%) [8%]
Michele Bachmann 7% (6%) [6%]
Rick Perry 5% (6%) [7%]
Rick Santorum 2% (3%) [3%]
Jon Huntsman 1% (1%) [1%]
A survey of at least 1,000 registered Republicans and Republican-leaning independents was conducted December 3-7, 2011. The MOE is +/-3%
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larry said...

You've got a good eye Bosman.

Thanks for pointing these findings out.

We don't get this anywhere else

Ohio JOE said...

"We don't get this anywhere else" Haha, it is on the gallup web-site among other places.

Anonymous said...

OJ, are you insinuating that we don't need Bosman? Surely not! I suppose we could all go to the gallup web-site, and the PPP one, and the Rasmussen one, and the Fox news one and.....

It IS nice to be able to visit one place and see some of the polls without all of the research. Thank you Bosman for posting this.


Ohio JOE said...

No, AZ, I did not mean to insult Bosman. He is a very intelligent chap and this is a good web-site for various reasons. However, with all due respect, it is not rocket science to find a poll like this, Even Pollman can do this. Bosman has brains to analyze polls and to pick certain items out of polls, Pollman does not. Pollman just post polls. Nothing wrong with that, but it is not special in and of itself.

Terrye said...


Yeah right. I will remember that slap at Bosman the next time you write a mile long screed on why Cain...excuse me Gingrich is winning.

GetReal said...

I doubt OJ was trying to insult Bosman. He was just replying to the statement that you couldn't find the poll anywhere else by pointing out a place where you could find it. I think the original comment wasn't actually literally meaning you couldn't find it somewhere else, but that it wouldn't be publicized by many sites that are anti-Romney because it doesn't fit the agenda.

Unfortunately, the latest round of polling from this series has Gingrich back up some, but still not as high as the first day, if I remember correctly.

Ohio JOE said...

"I will remember that slap at Bosman" Hello, the slap was at pollman, but I guess you are too young to remember him.

"excuse me Gingrich is winning." Well, get ready for one in the morning.

Anonymous said...

Hey OJ and Everyone!

I really was just playing around with my comment up there. I was pretty sure OJ wasn't trying to put Bosman down. The last part of my comment wasn't directed at Bosman's analysis, either--which I appreciate. I meant that it was nice to have the polls gathered into one place without MY having to do all the research. Christmas is coming, remember?

I know who "pollman" is, and I agree that polls that go on and on forever without end is boring. Some polls and some analysis of them are very welcome; but "Pollman" could make a dead horse wish he was more dead!

I also find myself skipping Lori Patriot's comments in the chat box and some other places, as well, because there are too many. Not a good strategy.

Anyway, no hard feelings, OJ or Bosman? I wasn't trying to stir up trouble.