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February 15, 2011

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Anonymous

A trend comparison would be interesting for the top 3 or 4 candidates. For instance, from your November poll in CO...Romney down 3, Palin down 1 and Huck up 2.

Anonymous

Come on Tom, Romneys leads just like Palins leads and Huckabees leads are pretty tenuous even in Western states with heavily Mormon electorates.You had him at 52% in Colorado a year ago. He won 60% of the vote in 2008 in Colorado.So at 19%, hes bled well over half of his support from the first colorado poll and from his performance in 2008.

Jonny V

I wonder how Huckabees claim that abortion is the biggest issue facing America (something that less than 1% of Americans with him on) will play if he wins the nomination.I know Huckabee does (comparatively) well against Obama in the general election but I really think thats because the general public doesnt know that much about him yet. As they get to know what a social conservative loon he is, hell be done.

Patrick

Hard to believe how close that is. Usually the high Mormon population helps Romney significantly in Colorado, Nevada, and of course, Utah.

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