Monday, March 5, 2012

PPP Polling: Romney leading by 1 Point in OHIO

GOP Nomination: (Previous results from Jan 31)

Mitt Romney 37% (25%)
Rick Santorum 36% (22%)
Newt Gingrich 15% (26%)
Ron Paul 11% (11%)
A survey of 666 likely Republican primary voters was conducted March 3-4, 2012. The MOE is +/-3.8%.
The crosstabs can be viewed HERE.

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6 comments:

Doug NYC GOP said...

Romney is going to end this Tuesday.

Anonymous said...

The only reason Santorum has any support is that there are a number of evangelicals who want someone in the White House who will support and advocate their religious point of view rather someone who protects their constitutional right to religious freedom...which is scary! I don't think they understand seperation of state and church!

Anonymous said...

If PPP has Romney lead by one point I guess that means he'll win by 14 points.

Teemu said...

Doesn't tell the sample size yet, but I think based on their previous statewide contest polls, Merriman's samples are somewhere between 1-1.2k. Their CT governor mid term race 2010 poll was the best of those polls, and otherwise too they seem to be decent pollster.

https://twitter.com/#!/merrimanriver

Our Ohio Primary Poll being posted Monday in Honolulu Civil Beat: Romney leads Santorum 38-33 and appears to be pulling away.

Romney has a 15 point lead among late deciders, suggesting he may widen the lead further.

Teemu said...

Doesn't tell the sample size yet, but I think based on their previous statewide contest polls, Merriman's samples are somewhere between 1-1.2k. Their CT governor mid term race 2010 poll was the best of those polls, and otherwise too they seem to be decent pollster.

https://twitter.com/#!/merrimanriver

Our Ohio Primary Poll being posted Monday in Honolulu Civil Beat: Romney leads Santorum 38-33 and appears to be pulling away.

Romney has a 15 point lead among late deciders, suggesting he may widen the lead further.

Anonymous said...

Quinnipiac has Romney up by 3 in Ohio: 34 to 31.
I agree with anon 6:06 above, if PPP has Romney up by 1, then he's actually up by 9 points. PPP has be wrong by an average of 8 points against Romney in Florida, NH, MI, etc.