Thursday, March 15, 2012

Pew Research Poll: Romney leading GOP by 9 Points nationally

GOP Nomination:

Mitt Romney 33%
Rick Santorum 24%
Newt Gingrich 20%
Ron Paul 14%
A survey of 538 registered Republicans and Republican-leaning Independents was conducted March 7-11, 2012. The MOE is +/-5%.
The crosstabs can be viewed HERE.

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3 comments:

newark hawk said...

The last time Santorum's name was on the ballot in November, he lost by 18 points, the worst defeat for an incumbent U.S. Senator since 1980.

How can any Republican even consider selecting Santorum as the GOP nominee?!?

Obama would crush him like a bug.

newark hawk said...

Media legend has it that Republicans aren't enthusiastic about Mitt Romney.

Well, they're enthusiastic enough to donate money, make telephone calls, blog/tweet/comment and vote for Romney, despite the constant stream of attacks on him by the establishment media.

Truth be told, Republicans aren't enthusiastic about the establishment media's candidate of choice - ABR - but they are very, very, very enthusiastic about Mitt Romney, as the popular vote & delegate count prove.

newark hawk said...

On 'O'Reilly' last night, Dick Morris said that Romney will accrue 1200 to 1300 delegates by the end of June, far more than the 1144 delegates needed to clinch the nomination.

Morris said that Romney will win all the big winner-take-all states, except for Texas and possibly North Carolina.

Morris has been consistently accurate in his predictions throughout this GOP race.