Saturday, March 10, 2012

CSRC/AEA Poll: Romney still leading in Alabama

GOP Nomination: (Previous results from March 8)

Mitt Romney 28.5% (29.9%)
Newt Gingrich 25.5% (24.7%)
Rick Santorum 21.1% (20.1%)
Ron Paul 4.5% (5.6%)
Don't know 20% (19.8%)
A survey of 554 likely GOP primary voters was conducted March 6-8, 2012. The MOE is +/-4%.
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Anonymous said...

what. the. heck?

I just cant believe it.

hans said...

Dede Scozzolava is popular in AL.

Anonymous said...

Let's hope this poll holds as Mitt Romney will beat President Obama this fall. I would hope that we wouldn't judge this very strong candidate by his religion if you don't like Mormons. Santorum tried to inject religion into this campaign when he spoke of the president's 'phony theology' but it didn't take. Sadly, I believe he was really talking about Mitt Romney.

Publius Nemo said...

I am in Alabama and it's not happening. These people are going to vote overwhelmingly against Romney for his religion. That's a fact! A sad fact but nonetheless true. He will win delegates but I think the media wants to set false expectations so it can be talked about as s big loss for Romney. The South is a tough nut to crack. Or should I say there are a lot of Nuts in the South. I'm one of them! LOL! Go Mitt!