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Alexandraheuser

There's only one of ALL the names being floated for GOP Presidential Nominee 2016 that I would vote for, in a poll or otherwise, and that's RICK SANTORUM. He placed a strong second in 2012 (won ELEVEN states!) and continues to have a very passionate and active grassroots base..BUT you didn't even put his name on your poll! Visit www.patriotvoices.com

Patriotmom61

So where is Rick Santorum in this poll? You are polling Iowa voters and leave him off this poll when he won the Iowa Caucuses in 2012? He also went on to win 10 more states and more counties than the rest of his competitors COMBINED prior to being forced to suspend his campaign. Leaving Santorum off this poll is akin to leaving Reagan off your 1980 polls after his 1976 bid. This is shameful. I'd say there are plenty in the MSM and liberal media sites pretty afraid of the Good Senator and omitting him from practically every 2016 poll is pretty much proof of that.

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