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« Reply #50 on: February 21, 2010, 10:29:17 pm »
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President Clinton Approval Ratings (June 5, 2011):

76% Approve
12% Disapprove
12% Unsure

Possible Election Matchups Against Clinton (June 5, 2011)

Romney:  41%
Palin:  39%
Huckabee:  44%
Pawlenty:  40%
Thune:  38%
Cantor:  37%
Gingrich:  31%
Santorum:  29%
Paul:  24%
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June 8, 2011 - An American Predator Drone is shot down by Pakistani Anti-Air Missiles.  Pakistan claims no wrong doing, seeing the Drone as an aggressor.  President Clinton criticizes the move and increases the troop build up around the Pakistan border.  Pakistani relations develop into a key issue in the GOP race.

June 14, 2011 - President Clinton travels to San Fransisco to cut the ribbon in the reopening ceremony of the Golden Gate Bridge.

June 19, 2011 - President Clinton addresses a joint session of Congress, the first session since the attacks.  It takes place at the University of Virginia, as repairs at the Capitol are not complete.

June 26, 2011 - President Clinton travels to South Africa in the beginning of a two week long tour of the continent.
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President Clinton Approval Ratings (July 1, 2011):

81% Approve
10% Disapprove
9% Unsure

Possible Election Matchups Against Clinton (July 1, 2011)

Romney:  44%
Palin:  34%
Huckabee:  47%
Pawlenty:  43%
Thune:  41%
Cantor:  39%
Gingrich:  35%
Santorum:  25%
Paul:  29%
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July 2, 2011 - Prime Minister Manmohan Singh of India is cut down by an assassin's bullet in New Dehli.  A Pakistani national, Muhammad Tarkhan, is arrested for the assassination.  Under torture, he admits to the crime and claims he is an Inter-Services Intelligence agent (Intelligence Agency of Pakistan).

July 2, 2011 - President Zardari of Pakistan rejects these claims.  While giving him condolences to the Indian people, he rejects Tarkhan's claim, and raises the thought that Indian authorities coerced him to say he was a Pakistani agent.

July 2, 2011 - President Clinton returns to the United States.  She says that a full investigation is necessary and the United States government will take in all information before making an official statement.

July 2, 2011 - New Prime Minister P. Chidambaram says that it is irrefutable that the government of Pakistan was behind the attack.  He calls for action against Pakistan.

July 3, 2011 - Two U.S. Marines are killed by Pakistani fire after their squad accidentally crossed the border.  President Zardari apologized personally to their families, but at the same time insisted that the United States halt their approach toward Pakistan.

July 3, 2011 - President Clinton says in  press conference that relations with Pakistan have soured in recent weeks.  She says that while it is an unfortunate path to take, she will not rule out an invasion.

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July 4, 2011 - CNN reports that Ayman al-Zawahiri, Al-Qaeda second in command, was killed in a CIA Predator Airstrike in the early morning hours of July 4, 2011.  President Clinton refuses to comment.

July 5, 2011 - The Central Intelligence Agency confirms that Al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri was killed in the village of Thall, Pakistan.  Along with him, 8 others were killed, among them his son.  President Clinton holds a press conference in which she pushes for further allowance of US Airstrikes in Pakistan.  President Zardari of Pakistan is glad to see al-Zawahiri dead, but condemns the airstrike itself.

July 8. 2011 - Osama bin Laden releases a video condemning the airstrikes as an Invasion, while also giving his condolences to his fallen comrade.  This is the first tape without any notable freezing or skipping.  He mentions current events and there is no evidence it is faked.  Secretary of Defense Robert Gates remarks "Well, this shows he's alive.  We need to get him.  As General McCrystal said, this war won't be won unless he's out of the picture."

July 16, 2011 - The third GOP debate is held.  All 9 candidates attend.  The main topic is the New War on Terror, with Pawlenty coming off strongly.  Sarah Palin blasts the policies of former President Obama, and Mitt Romney cites the disrespectfulness of her tone.  Rick Santorum doesn't speak much, but when he does he pushes good issues.  Overall, the winner of the debate is seen as either Mitt Romney or Tim Pawlenty. 

July 22, 2011 - President Clinton visits Mexico, discussing the War on Drugs.
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« Reply #55 on: February 22, 2010, 01:27:35 pm »
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President Clinton Approval Ratings (August 1, 2011):

85% Approve
8% Disapprove
7% Unsure

Possible Election Matchups Against Clinton (August 1, 2011)

Romney:  46%
Palin:  32%
Huckabee:  48%
Pawlenty:  46%
Thune:  44%
Cantor:  42%
Gingrich:  39%
Santorum:  27%
Paul:  34%

Polling for GOP Nomination (August 1, 2011)

Romney:  16%
Palin:  14%
Huckabee:  17%
Pawlenty:  14%
Thune:  10%
Cantor:  8%
Gingrich:  8%
Santorum:  7%
Paul:  6%
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August 6, 2011 - The fourth GOP debate is held.  It is attended by all 9 candidates.  The main issue is the New War on Terror.  It inevitably develops into a feud over U.S.-Pakistan relations.  Thune comes off as a strong candidate for national defense, as does Pawlenty.  Paul continues to be a great debater, while Santorum and Cantor seem to sink into the background.  Overall, the winner is seen as Thune.

August 14, 2011 - An explosion in the New York Subway System kills twenty seven.  Mayor Bloomberg and President Clinton pledge a full investigation and vow to find the ringleader of the attack, revealed to be Osama bin Laden.

August 17, 2011 - CNN reports that an airstrike in Pakistan was reported to have been targeting bin Laden.  This claim is later denied by the CIA, who say no such airstrike occurred.

August 21, 2011 - Former Senator Rick Santorum announces he is suspending his campaign indefinitely.  He endorses Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich of Georgia, saying he is ready to become President.

August 29, 2011 - President Clinton meets new Indian Prime Minister Chidambaram in Washington. 




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« Reply #57 on: February 23, 2010, 03:24:22 pm »
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President Clinton Approval Ratings (September 1, 2011):

81% Approve
13% Disapprove
6% Unsure

Possible Election Matchups Against Clinton (September 1, 2011)

Romney:  47%
Palin:  37%
Huckabee:  47%
Pawlenty:  46%
Thune:  45%
Cantor:  39%
Gingrich:  41%
Paul:  39%

Polling for GOP Nomination (September 1, 2011)

Romney:  15%
Palin:  13%
Huckabee:  16%
Pawlenty:  15%
Thune:  14%
Cantor:  8%
Gingrich:  11%
Paul:  8%
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When you say "Possible matchups against Clinton", and Romney has 47%, does that mean you think he'd get 47% of the vote. Honestly, that's ridiculously high. With those approval's Clinton would win with over 65% of the vote.
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When you say "Possible matchups against Clinton", and Romney has 47%, does that mean you think he'd get 47% of the vote. Honestly, that's ridiculously high. With those approval's Clinton would win with over 65% of the vote.

Just because the people approve of what she's doing doesn't mean they wouldn't vote for someone else.

The Tea Party movements are still full force, it's just that most economic talks have stalled after the attacks.  The main issue now is the War in Afghanistan and Pakistan relations.

An update's coming up.
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September 4, 2011 - The fifth GOP debate is held.  All 8 candidates attend.  There is no main subject.  Overall, Ron Paul pushes economic policies, being regarded as good ideas.  Mike Huckabee pushes traditional conservative and Christian values, while Mitt Romney pushes economic experience, while Newt Gingrich shows strength in the area of National Security.  Thune argues with Palin over her perceived lack of National Security credentials.  Eric Cantor continues to sink further into the background.  The winner of the debate is seen as Ron Paul, but most polls show Huckabee had the best performance.  Gingrich also is regarded as a winner.

September 11, 2011 - President Clinton attends the opening of the National September 11 Memorial & Museum.  Also in attendance are Former Presidents George W. Bush, Jimmy Carter, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton, and former Acting President Sebelius.  

September 11, 2011 - Osama bin Laden releases a new video tape, reviewing the past ten years.  He says that Al-Qaeda is not on the run, that the US and Pakistan know where he is, and says he is not frightened.  

September 18, 2011 - A suicide bomber kills 42 and injures 201 in Times Square.  Osama bin Laden releases an audio tape later that day, claiming responsibility for the attack.

September 18, 2011 - President Clinton makes a statement at New York City Hall, saying Osama bin Laden will be brought to justice.  However, concerns are being risen over the administration's ability to stop terrorist attacks.

September 22, 2011 - The sixth GOP debate is held.  The topic of Osama bin Laden and Al Qaeda dominates the debate.  All of the candidates but Ron Paul say they would support an Invasion of Pakistan if they would not cooperate in The New War on Terror.  Gingrich and Thune criticizes Clinton's handling of National Security.  Sarah Palin does not give any real solutions.  Cantor once again slips out of the spotlight.  The winner is seen as Gingrich, with Thune also coming off strongly.





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« Reply #62 on: February 23, 2010, 05:13:30 pm »
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President Clinton Approval Ratings (October 1, 2011):

71% Approve
23% Disapprove
6% Unsure

Possible Election Matchups Against Clinton (October 1, 2011)

Romney:  44%
Palin:  35%
Huckabee:  45%
Pawlenty:  42%
Thune:  40%
Cantor:  31%
Gingrich:  46%
Paul:  42%

Polling for GOP Nomination (October 1, 2011)

Romney:  14%
Palin:  11%
Huckabee:  14%
Pawlenty:  14%
Thune:  14%
Cantor:  6%
Gingrich:  17%
Paul:  10%
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October 3, 2011 - House Minority Whip Eric Cantor announces the end of his campaign for President.  He endorses Senator John Thune, saying he has all the qualities of a great president.

October 11, 2011 - While they are leaving the Parliament Building for a break, members of the Indian Parliament are fired upon by five gunmen armed with AK-47s.  12 Parliament members are killed and 23 are injured, along with 7 bystanders killed and 11 injured.  The gunmen are killed.

October 12, 2011 - Prime Minister Chidambaram says that Pakistan based terror cells were behind the attack, and mobilizes 500,000 troops to the Kashmir border.  He says that if Pakistan will not do their job and defeat terrorists, India will.  President Clinton says she supports his decision.

October 12, 2011 - President Zardari says that Pakistan is doing all they can to defeat terrorists, and demands that the United States and India back down.  Meanwhile, his approval ratings have plummeted, and there are calls for his impeachment.  Former President Pervez Musharraf's approval ratings have skyrocketed, and there are calls for his resumption of the Presidency.

October 17, 2011 - President Asif Ali Zardari is shot in Karachi.  His injuries are not serious, but a senior aide is killed.  The gunman is revealed to be a supporter of Musharraf. 

October 24, 2011 - President Zardari is once again the subject of an assassination attempt.  He is fired upon in Islamabad.  This gunman is also revealed to be a supporter of Musharraf.

October 25, 2011 - The seventh GOP debate is held.  The main topic is the standoff between Pakistan, India and the United States.  Gingrich once again shows himself a superior candidate for foreign relations.  Thune and Pawlenty also show strength.  Ron Paul says the United States should remain neutral, an unpopular view.  Overall, the winner is seen as one of Thune, Pawlenty, or Gingrich.

October 28, 2011 - President Zardari survives yet another attack.  This one, similar to the attack his wife (Benazir Bhutto) was killed in, killed 41 people.  He is critically injured by a gunshot to the shoulder and a deep shrapnel cut in his neck. 

October 31, 2011 - A car bomb explosion outside the hospital President Zardari is being treated in collapses one quarter of the hospital, killing 127.  President Zardari is not injured.  Protests have broken out in recent days, calling for President Zardari to stand down as President and for Musharraf to resume the Presidency.  The former President calls for an end to the attempts on Zardari's life, but also says that if the people chose him as President, he would accept.
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« Reply #65 on: February 23, 2010, 07:23:57 pm »
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President Clinton Approval Ratings (November 1, 2011):

69% Approve
26% Disapprove
5% Unsure

Possible Election Matchups Against Clinton (November 1, 2011)

Romney:  41%
Palin:  32%
Huckabee:  44%
Pawlenty:  42%
Thune:  44%
Gingrich:  47%
Paul:  38%

Polling for GOP Nomination (November 1, 2011)

Romney:  15%
Palin:  12%
Huckabee:  15%
Pawlenty:  15%
Thune:  16%
Gingrich:  19%
Paul:  8%
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November 4, 2011 - The eighth GOP debate is held.  The main topic is once again Pakistan.  Each candidate with the exception of Ron Paul said they would support a coup d'etat in Pakistan.  Each candidate besides Paul also said they would support India in a war with Pakistan. 

November 6, 2011 - Prime Minister Gillani of Pakistan travels to Tehran and meets with President Ahmadinejad.  The Iranian President says that he looks forward to improved relations between the two countries.  Later that day, Iran pulls out of it's embassy in New Delhi.

November 11, 2011 - The Prime Minister of India announces an increases mobilization of troops to the Kashmir region.

November 24, 2011 - President Zardari of Pakistan is released from the hospital.  He vows to regain the trust of the people.  He also announces a massive troop mobilization to the Kashmir region.  UN Peacekeepers are dispatched to the region.

November 27, 2011 - E-Mails are leaked online seeming to connect Pakistan to the Iranian Nuclear Program.  They also show that Iran is in fact developing nuclear weapons.  Both Pakistan and Iran deny the authenticity of the E-Mails, and the United Nations express doubts.  President Clinton says if the authenticity is confirmed, there will be consequences.  The Prime Ministers of India and Israel echo her tone.  The government of the United Kingdom does not have such a harsh tone, but agrees.

November 30, 2011 - The ninth GOP debate is held.  Once again, the debate rotates around Pakistan and Iran for it's entirety.  The winner is seen as either Gingrich, Pawlenty or Romney.  However, the only loser is Paul, who once again is against action against Pakistan.

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President Clinton Approval Ratings (December 1, 2011):

62% Approve
31% Disapprove
7% Unsure

Possible Election Matchups Against Clinton (December 1, 2011)

Romney:  44%
Palin:  37%
Huckabee:  45%
Pawlenty:  45%
Thune:  46%
Gingrich:  48%
Paul:  34%

Polling for GOP Nomination (December 1, 2011)

Romney:  15%
Palin:  13%
Huckabee:  15%
Pawlenty:  16%
Thune:  16%
Gingrich:  20%
Paul:  5%
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December 4, 2011 - Riots and protests break out throughout Pakistan.  The protesters are demanding that Pervez Musharraf resume the Presidency.

December 12, 2011 - The tenth GOP debate is held.  Once again Ron Paul is seen as the only loser, due to his opposition to War in Pakistan.

December 16, 2011 - A mass of protesters storm the Aiwan-e-Sadr, the Presidential Palace of Pakistan.  They are forced back and do not reach the building.

December 24, 2011 - In a US supported coup d'etat, Pervez Musharraf retakes power as President.  His troops storm the capitol, arresting President Zardari.  He vows to be more forceful with the United States and India, saying he will not cower from a fight.

December 27, 2011 - President Asif Ali Zardari is exiled from Pakistan.

December 28, 2011 - The eleventh GOP debate is held.  The candidates (with the exception of Paul) are supportive of the coup, but will not rule out an Invasion. 

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President Clinton Approval Ratings (January 1, 2011):

60% Approve
35% Disapprove
5% Unsure

Possible Election Matchups Against Clinton (January 1, 2011)

Romney:  44%
Palin:  38%
Huckabee:  45%
Pawlenty:  45%
Thune:  46%
Gingrich:  48%
Paul:  31%

Polling for GOP Nomination (January 1, 2011)

Romney:  16%
Palin:  12%
Huckabee:  15%
Pawlenty:  17%
Thune:  17%
Gingrich:  19%
Paul:  4%
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GOP Primary Schedule (2012)

January:

January 3:  Iowa
January 8:  New Hampshire
January 26:  South Carolina

February:

February 3:  Florida, Michigan, Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Utah, Colorado, Connecticut, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, New York, Tennessee, South Carolina, American Samoa
February 9:  Louisiana, Missouri, Nebraska, U.S. Virgin Islands, Washington, Alaska
February 10:  Maine, Arizona
February 5-12:  Republicans Abroad
February 12  D.C., Maryland, Virginia, West Virginia
February 14  California, New Jersey, Nevada
February 19  Hawaii, Wisconsin, New Mexico, Kansas

March:

March 4:  Ohio, Rhode Island, Texas, Vermont
March 8:  Wyoming, Pennsylvania, Mississippi

April: 

None

May:

May 3:  Guam, Puerto Rico
May 6:  Indiana, North Carolina, Kentucky, Oregon
May 14:  Montana, South Dakota
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January 2012

January 3, 2012:  The Iowa caucuses are held.  Hillary Clinton wins the Democratic caucuses with 97 percent of the vote.

Results:

Huckabee:  24%
Thune:  19%
Pawlenty:  14%
Gingrich:  13%
Romney:  12%
Palin:  12%
Paul:  6%

January 8, 2012:  The New Hampshire primary is held.  Hillary Clinton wins the Democratic primary with 97 percent of the vote.

Results:

Romney:  21%
Thune:  20%
Pawlenty:  15%
Gingrich:  14%
Huckabee:  12%
Palin:  10%
Paul:  8%

January 12, 2012 - President Musharraf says that he wants peace with India and the United States, but in the event of a war between the country he would not rule out the use of nuclear weapons.  Pundits begin wondering if Musharraf's policies will be harder on the United States than Zardari.

January 26, 2012 - A Memorial Service is held at the Capitol Building.

January 28, 2012 - The South Carolina primary is held.  Hillary Clinton wins the Democratic primary with 91 percent of the vote.

Results:

Gingrich:  19%
Huckabee:  17%
Thune:  17%
Romney:  15%
Pawlenty:  14%
Palin:  12%
Paul:  6%

Red - Mike Huckabee
Blue - Mitt Romney
Dark Blue - Newt Gingrich
Light Green - Tim Pawlenty
Dark Red - Ron Paul
Green - John Thune
Pink - Sarah Palin




Polling Numbers

President Clinton Approval Ratings (February 1, 2012):

57% Approve
38% Disapprove
5% Unsure

Possible Election Matchups Against Clinton (February 1, 2012)

Romney:  42%
Palin:  39%
Huckabee:  46%
Pawlenty:  46%
Thune:  47%
Gingrich:  45%
Paul:  34%

Polling for GOP Nomination (February 1, 2012)

Romney:  16%
Palin:  11%
Huckabee:  16%
Pawlenty:  17%
Thune:  18%
Gingrich:  18%
Paul:  4%
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« Reply #74 on: February 24, 2010, 04:30:10 pm »
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February 3, 2012 - Super Tuesday 2012.  Hillary Clinton wins each state by more than 90% each.

Florida


Winner:  Senator John Thune

Results

Thune:  21%
Pawlenty:  20%
Romney:  16%
Gingrich:  14%
Huckabee:  12%
Palin:  11%
Paul:  6%

Michigan


Winner:  Senator John Thune

Results

Thune:  21%
Pawlenty:  20%
Romney:  18%
Gingrich:  14%
Huckabee:  11%
Palin:  10%
Paul:  6%

Alabama


Winner:  Former Governor Mike Huckabee

Results

Huckabee:  28%
Palin:  18%
Thune:  14%
Gingrich:  12%
Pawlenty:  11%
Romney:  10%
Paul:  6%

Arkansas


Winner:  Former Governor Mike Huckabee

Results

Huckabee:  36%
Palin:  15%
Thune:  12%
Gingrich:  11%
Pawlenty:  10%
Romney:  10%
Paul:  6%

Delaware


Winner:  Governor Tim Pawlenty

Results

Pawlenty:  26%
Romney:  20%
Thune:  15%
Gingrich:  12%
Palin:  11%
Huckabee:  10%
Paul:  6%

North Dakota


Winner:  Senator John Thune

Results

Thune:  23%
Pawlenty:  17%
Romney:  15%
Huckabee:  14%
Gingrich:  13%
Palin:  11%
Paul:  7%

Oklahoma


Winner:  Senator John Thune

Results

Thune:  22%
Palin:  20%
Huckabee:  15%
Gingrich:  12%
Pawlenty:  11%
Romney:  11%
Paul:  9%

Utah


Winner:  Former Governor Mitt Romney

Results

Romney:  39%
Thune:  17%
Palin:  12%
Huckabee:  11%
Gingrich:  9%
Pawlenty:  8%
Paul:  4%

Colorado


Winner:  Former Governor Mitt Romney

Results

Romney:  24%
Thune:  20%
Pawlenty:  16%
Gingrich:  14%
Huckabee:  12%
Palin:  8%
Paul:  6%

Connecticut:


Winner:  Governor Tim Pawlenty

Results

Pawlenty:  28%
Romney:  24%
Thune:  10%
Gingrich:  10%
Huckabee:  10%
Paul:  10%
Palin:  8%

Georgia


Winner:  Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich

Results

Gingrich:  23%
Huckabee:  21%
Thune:  18%
Palin:  15%
Romney:  8%
Pawlenty:  7%
Paul:  7%

Idaho


Former Governor Sarah Palin

Results

Palin:  21%
Thune:  20%
Gingrich:  16%
Huckabee:  14%
Pawlenty:  12%
Romney:  11%
Paul:  6%

Illinois


Winner:  Governor Tim Pawlenty

Results

Pawlenty:  24%
Romney:  20%
Thune:  12%
Huckabee:  12%
Palin:  12%
Gingrich:  10%
Paul:  10%

Massachusetts


Winner:  Former Governor Mitt Romney

Results

Romney:  21%
Pawlenty:  20%
Thune:  16%
Huckabee:  14%
Gingrich:  12%
Paul:  9%
Palin:  8%

Minnesota


Winner:  Governor Tim Pawlenty

Results

Pawlenty:  32%
Romney:  18%
Thune:  11%
Huckabee:  11%
Palin:  10%
Gingrich:  10%
Paul:  8%

New York


Winner:  Governor Tim Pawlenty

Results

Pawlenty:  25%
Romney:  23%
Huckabee:  13%
Thune:  12%
Gingrich:  10%
Palin:  9%
Paul:  8%

Tennessee


Winner:  Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich

Results

Gingrich:  20%
Thune:  18%
Huckabee:  17%
Palin:  15%
Romney:  11%
Pawlenty:  12%
Paul:  7%

South Carolina


Winner:  Former Governor Mike Huckabee

Results

Huckabee:  26%
Thune:  18%
Gingrich:  16%
Palin:  14%
Pawlenty:  10%
Romney:  10%
Paul:  6%

American Samoa


Winner:  Governor Tim Pawlenty

Results

Pawlenty:  30%
Romney:  27%
Palin:  13%
Huckabee:  9%
Thune:  8%
Gingrich:  8%
Paul:  5%

Red - Mike Huckabee
Blue - Mitt Romney
Dark Blue - Newt Gingrich
Light Green - Tim Pawlenty
Dark Red - Ron Paul
Green - John Thune
Pink - Sarah Palin


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