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September 09, 2011


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You are a disgrace. Poll Ron Paul.

Obama 2012

Rick Perry's numbers will drop considerably as people find out how far right he is. The guy wants to destroy Social Security. That's just not going to fly.


You gave the results for the generic legislative preference in an earlier post, but didn't include the cross-tabs for legislative preference in this one, just mentioned it in the post. Can you include those as well? (Or make a separate PDF with the full results and cross-tabs of the entire survey, not broken down into sections)


How can you poll Gingrich but not Paul? What a joke.


Who are you "OWNED" by? Must be an affiliate of one of the LAMEstream media. There is someone in the race that actually beats Obama in some polls, but I guess that is not real news because then what, all the corruption might be exposed. Is that what everyone is afraid of?

Guess what, we already know. Stop it now, the country is going to hell and you are assisting in it's demise.

Ron Paul 2012

Melvin Williams

You are too negative about President Obama. Despite 3 years of negative attacks from the news media and the GOP, he is still neck and neck with the Republican candidates.
That is truly remarkable!
Rick Perry's numbers will drop as fast as Mrs. Bachman's after people find out that he wants to destroy Social Security. Every voter knows many people who depend on Social Security and not many of them will actually vote for Perry. He is a flash in the pan.

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