Monday, December 5, 2011

NBC/Marist Poll: Gingrich on top in Iowa

GOP Nomination:

Newt Gingrich 26%
Mitt Romney 18%
Ron Paul 17%
Herman Cain 9%
Rick Perry 9%
Michele Bachmann 5%
Rick Santorum 5%
NBC News/Marist Poll Iowa Likely Republican Caucus-Goers. Interviews conducted November 27th through 29th, 2011, N=425 MOE +/- 4.8%.
The full story is HERE.
The crosstabs can be viewed HERE.

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Seeking Liberty and Freedom said...

in a hypothetical 2012 general election:

42% - Ron Paul vs. Obama - 42%
39% - Romney vs. Obama - 48%
37% - Gingrich vs. Obama - 47%

Paul attracts 15% of Iowa’s Democrats
Paul leads President Obama 42% to 35% among independent voters
Paul has a 14 percentage point advantage over Obama among voters under 45 years of age
Paul outpaces the president among men by 11 percentage points

This is huge! Ron Paul has the best chance of beating Obama in a general election! If you want Obama out of office he's our ticket.

Anonymous said...

No to Ron Paul.

Iowa polls only tell half the story. The other half is getting your enthusiasts to show up at the caucuses and caucus for you. Newt's organization in Iowa is not complete. Although, Huckabee managed to win Iowa. I think that would be the supreme irony--if Newt succeeds in Huck's place. Iowans will really make a statement about their values if they choose this serial adulterer and major flip-flopper over a more serious candidate named Mitt Romney.


corep said...

very encouraged by these numbers in IA. Newt has a real ceiling. Not as strong a numbers as Cain and Perry had earlier. Also with an MOE of almost 5% Mitt is sitting relatively pretty to pull a possible win. Oh and Mitt has yet to push his case hard. Its december and Christie is coming to town....