Saturday, January 7, 2012

CNN/Time/ORC Poll: Romney by 18 in South Carolina

GOP Nomination:

Mitt Romney 37%
Rick Santorum 19%
Newt Gingrich 18%
Ron Paul 12%
Rick Perry 5%
Jon Huntsman 1%
No opinion 6%
A survey of 485 likely Republican primary voters in South Carolina was conducted on January 4-5, 2012. The MOE is +/-4.5%.
The data can be viewed HERE.

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Graham said...

In South Carolina!!!

Anonymous said...

My oh my.


Machtyn said...

As much as I'd love to believe this one... I'd have to call it an outlier. But the numbers and methodology are pretty convincing. They still have a couple of weeks

Even though the Definitely Support category is 10 points higher, the "Might change their minds" are still at 49%

His numbers are pretty dominating within all categories of likely voters, including the Born Again = yes category.

While more women and college grads support Romney, they are more likely to change their mind (54% different categories, same number).

OH LOOK AT THAT! Tea Party Support for Romney = 32%, next choice is Gingrich at 23, then Santorum at 20%. Again, 51% likely to change mind compared to 44% are sure.

Lori Patriot said...

If anyone still thinks that Newt should be our nominee, please listen to his words and do your homework. Newt was for the creation of the Dept. of Ed. He backed every big gov socialist idea to come down the pike. He was for the Patriot Act, the Fairness Doctrine, sat on a couch with Nancy Pelosi opining about Global Warming and wants our taxes to go to punks to pay them to stay in school. Newt loves FDR and Teddy Roosevelt, progressives. He admires FDR (big gov/socialist) and Democrat Wilson. Wilson segregated the schools and military. Newt has lots of ideas but is too distracted to implement them. He is not even on the ballot in Virginia due to his organization being in disarray. Don't fall for this RINO who has flipped more than John Kerry ever has. I used to be a fan until I researched him. It's shocking!

Give the credit for the Reagan Revolution to Santorum and the Republican House who put their country over party and helped make the Leftist Clinton go to the center and look good. Newt was busy chasing skirts and pow wowing with the democrats. He was forced out of his speaker spot and has few colleagues backing him despite 20+ years inside DC. He is not a leader and is divisive. We need a President that can unite us. Romney has and will.