Thursday, March 8, 2012

Alabama State University Poll: Santorum and Romney virtually tied in Alabama

GOP Nomination:

Rick Santorum 22.7%
Mitt Romney 18.7%
Newt Gingrich 13.8%
Ron Paul (not included)
Undecided 29.8%
Other candidate 15%
A survey of 470 likely Republican voters was conducted on March 1.
The full story is HERE.

NOTE: A separate Alabama poll taken by AEA on the same day has Romney leading by 10 points.

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5 comments:

Noelle said...

I wish I could believe that Romney had a shot at winning Alabama, but I just don't. Fortunately, I believe that Romney will still win delegates, and at this point, that's the name of the game.

Graham said...

Get us a Rasmussen poll.

Anonymous said...

I am also skeptical of polls that have Romney ahead in the South. I would like to believe that voters will start using their heads to push Santorum and Gingrich out of the race, but I have a hard time believing this will happen. I will have to see a lot more polls with Romey tied or up to believe it might actually be true.

AZ

Anonymous said...

I read a comment just today in which the commenter seemed to imply that Romney getting on the ballot in all 50 states (NOT 57 LOL), and having delegates and the necessary paperwork to match each state's and territory's requirements is Chicago Thug politics. Perhaps that isn't what this commenter meant, but I can't imagine how anyone can view this as anything but a lack of organization on Santorum's and Gingrich's part. Even Ron Paul has managed to play the game in all 50 states.

Notice to everyone: getting on the ballots in all 50 states is NOT thug politics. It is called organization and preparation. If you can't agree with this, I think you don't deserve to vote.

AZ

Terrye said...

It is interesting how different these polls are...Romney might have a shot in Alabama, it is different from Miss or even GA.

Not all the southern states are the same...just like Santorum did better in ND but Romney did really well in Idaho...just because they are northwestern states does not make them alike.