Tuesday, February 21, 2012

PPP Poll: Romney leading in Arizona

GOP Nomination: (Previous results from Nov 21)

Mitt Romney 36% (23%)
Rick Santorum 33% (3%)
Newt Gingrich 16% (28%)
Ron Paul 9% (8%)
Someone else/Not sure 7% (9%)
A PPP surveyed 412 likely Republican primary voters between February 17th and 19th. The MOE for the survey is +/-4.8%.
The crosstabs can be viewed HERE.

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Anonymous said...

Santorum goes from %3 to %33 almost overnight. Oh Yeah, I'm sure thats a real strong base.

The real story here is Romney growing his support by 13% after the upset he faced in Colorado earlier this month. I swear, nothing can sink that man.

Anonymous said...

I don't believe this Arizona poll is accurate. Every other poll in Arizona has Romney up by 8-10%.


Anonymous said...

I also wonder about this poll. I still think Romney has an edge that Santorum, who has not spent any time in the state, is unlikely to overcome. I guess Santorum will be here tomorrow for the debate, so we'll see.

PPP does seem to like to skew things a little so the press have more to talk about. And Santorum surging is all the press are willing to talk about unless it's something negative about Romney.