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December 06, 2012


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David Zimmerman

Netting it down, it looks like democrats like Christi most, Palin least. That figures. Republicans like Christi least. They are completely confused about who they like. They were fooled about Romney and will wake up about Rubio... soon...hopefully.

russ diehl

Where is John Thune (R) South Dakota?
Maybe 2020 is his time.


I'd suggest putting Bobby Jindal for the GOP polling in the future, seeing as he's positioning himself to make a 2016 run.


Also, I would take off Condoleezza Rice from polling, since I'm fairly sure she isn't interested in running for any office. I'd add Rick Perry and John Thune for the GOP, as both have signaled some interest in 2016.


Rand Paul 2016! Rand is the only name on this list that will receive AVID support from a tireless group of people.

Ellen Metz

I have been waiting quite a while for Marco Rubio to be ready to lead this country back on track. I've been interested in his views for years now and have since believed that he was always the best candidate for President. Paul Ryan would look mighty fine Vice to that.

Larry Smith


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