Thursday, May 3, 2012

PPP Polling: Romney leading Obama in MONTANA...Paul is polling better


Ron Paul 49%
Barack Obama 41%
Undecided 10%

Mitt Romney 48%
Barack Obama 43%
Undecided 9%

Head-To-Head: (with 3rd party)

Mitt Romney 43%
Barack Obama 41%
Gary Johnson 8%

GOP Nomination: (Ron Who?)

Mitt Romney 66%
Ron Paul 25%
Undecided 9%
A survey of 934 Montana voters (including 403 usual Republican primary voters) was conducted April 26-29. The MOE is +/-3.2% for the entire sample and +/-4.9% for the primary portion.
The crosstabs can be viewed HERE.

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Massachusetts Conservative said...

Montana is a Ron Paul sort of state. And BTW, Johnson is not going to get 8% anywhere, not even New Mexico.

Anonymous said...

Bosman - PPP is a Democratic polling agency with relations to Axelrod's brother. Compare them to any other poll and Mitt will underperform by about 7 points due to oversampling of Democratis and women intentionally...Rasmussen would have Mitt up 10 plus in Montana with these numbers...they release this poll to try to show Obama has a chance there when he has none and to try to hurt Mitt by saying looking Paul does a point better...the idea of Gary Johnson getting 8% is a joke...these toilet paper PPP polls don't deserve anyone's attention as they are cooked