Monday, March 5, 2012

ARG Poll: Romney leading by 7 in OHIO

GOP Nomination:

Mitt Romney 35%
Rick Santorum 28%
Newt Gingrich 18%
Ron Paul 13%
Other 1%
Undecided 5%
A survey of 600 likely GOP primary voters was conducted March 3-4, 2012. The MOE is +/-4%.
The data can be viewed HERE.


Anonymous said...

These polls are all over the place, but it seems like the momentum is with Mitt.


christian said...

Al contraire, anon, the latest polls are showing a growing margin of victory in Ohio for Romney. Go Buckeyes!

Dave said...

The Merriman poll shows late deciders swinging to Romney by a margin of 43 to 28. Just check when the polls were done, and the latest ones are the ones where Mitt wins by the most.

Mitt should win by about 5 points. If it's more than that, it means the momentum is huge.

newark hawk said...

Ohio & Florida are the 2 most important swing states in the general election.

If Romney wins the Ohio primary by double-digits, after having already won Florida by double-digits, he can make a very powerful argument that he is far & away the GOP's best chance of defeating Obama, and that it's time for the entire GOP to unite around his candidacy.

newark hawk said...

Obama vs. Romney is neck-and-neck in the all-important swing states, even though Obama has already spent millions of dollars attacking Romney in these states, while Romney has spent virtually nothing attacking Obama.

How do you think Obama's poll numbers will look in Ohio, Florida, Pennsylvania and other swing states after Romney's big $$$ ad campaign puts Obama's atrocious economic record in flashing neon lights for all the voters to see?

It won't be pretty for Obama. If you don't believe me, just ask Jimmy Carter.