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March 13, 2012

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Jay

Looks to me like an even race in PA. Some of Santorum's supporters refuse to say they will vote for Romney because Santorum is still in the race. There is no way you can convince me Santorum is stronger in PA than Romney in the general election.

Obama 2012

It's super creepy to me that these people who should know better are voting for Santorum in such high numbers...

It really alienates me from my fellow humans. I just can't understand the mentality of someone that could support Rick Santorum.

Jeff

Yeah right, Santorum is not that supported. the polls are trying to make it closer than it really is.

JediJones

Rick Santorum is an honest, hardworking guy and Mitt Romney is a sleazy, lying, Wall Street shell game manipulator, so that's part of the reason Santorum's doing better.

Ordinary Folks

It's super creepy to me that someone would still support Obama in 2012. Oh no, wait, that's right, there are those who don't want to bite the hand that feeds them.

George

Santorum definitely has a home state advantage. Some of Santorum's supporters will vote for Romney. Although there is a significant racist segment in PA, I think Obama will pull it off if and only if the economy continues to perform. Otherwise all bets are off.

Besides the regular polling done by PPP based on votes from readers, it will be useful to do a primary poll on Illinois and a national poll of the Presidential horse race including approval ratings.

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