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March 15, 2011


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The real question is who the American people would want for president. Huck, Romney and Gingrich have too much baggage and too politically homogenized. Obama, no matter how much money he spends or his media backing, hes a one term. If Palin runs she will gave the nomination.


Romney , Palin and Huckabee wont runGingrich and Barbour will implodeit is Paul , Daniels and Pawlenty

The Interesting Times

Are you going to release crosstabs for Presidential primary first choice vs. Presidential primary without Huckabee/Palin?


Dustin,First of all, Ill give you guys credit for polling 600 Republican primary voters.The other sample sizes that you and other pollsters have used in the past have been way too small to draw any real conclusion.Is there any chance you can poll this same number for your state Republican primary polls?

Dustin Ingalls

I thought Herman Cain was the poll winner?Thats for the bonus Republican tested against Obama--numbers on that tomorrow. Our primary field is the same every month (except that we replaced Thune with Barbour since Thunes not running, and put in Santorum and Huntsman when Palin and Huckabee were not included).

Andrew Carden

I thought Herman Cain was the poll winner?

I Am Iron Man

Newt Gingrich might end up being an even worse candidate for the GOP than Sarah Palin so I think I could live with him as the nominee.


In future polls, you might want to leave Huck and Palin out, and see how Michele Bachmann fares.

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