Friday, March 2, 2012

Roanoke College Poll: Romney leading by 35 Points in VIRGINIA

GOP Nomination:

Mitt Romney 56%
Ron Paul 21%

It doesn't mater if Santorum and Gingrich were in the mix, Romney still leads: 

Mitt Romney 31%
Rick Santorum 27% (His Birth State)
Newt Gingrich 13% (His Home state)
Ron Paul 12%
The Roanoke College Poll interviewed 377 likely Republican primary voters in Virginia between Feb. 13 and Feb. 28. The Poll has a margin of error of +5 percent.
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5 comments:

Machtyn said...

I'd rather Romney's number be in the 70s or 80s. But I guess there enough "undecideds" that are Santorum or Gingrich supporters.

nkmom said...

I didn't know Virginia was Santorum's birth state. I believe Virginia is Santorum's home state as well.

nkmom said...

To clarify, while I know Santorum represented PA, I believe he moved his family to Virginia and has never left. I could be wrong.

Anybody said...

According to Santorum's Bio, he was born in Virginia and currently lives in Virginia! And he cannot even get on the ballot! And people actually think he could be President!LOL.
The Oz Scarecrow is out looking for his brain!

newark hawk said...

According to the media:

Virginia doesn't count because Santorum & Gingrich aren't on the ballot there.

Vermont & Massachusetts don't count because they're on Romney's home turf.

Ohio & Georgia count only if Romney loses there.

Likewise for the other Super Tuesday states.

Romney's victories count only if he wins EVERY Super Tuesday state and EVERY demographic by double-digit margins.

But even then, they really don't count because Romney has been able to raise & spend so much money, which as we all know, automatically disqualifies him.