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August 04, 2011

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St. Louis Oracle

Numbers glitch? Huntsman gets 3% with Palin in the field but drops to 1% after redistributing her vote to others?Also surprising that the second biggest recipient of Palins 2nd choice votes is Newt.

Anonymous

Pawlenty at 1% is just hilarious. Huntsman just rolled out of bed and hes tripling T-Paw.

Anonymous

You said Perry gets 11 and 2 when Palin is not included. I assume you meant Pawlenty gets 2.Also is there any explanation why Huntsman loses support when Palin is not included? I saw this the other day in Virginia when Perry lost 2% when Palin wasnt included too. Why does this happen? It makes no sense.

I Am Iron Man

This talk of a primary challenge of Obama from the left is stupid. Really really stupid. Its a total waste of energy. Lets focus on the Republicans that are destroying this country and stop focusing our anger at the only guy we have on our side (and yes Obama is on our side - its just a very difficult battle from his perspective... please be pragmatic and intelligent... not reactionary - when you are reactionary you are no better than a conservative.)

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