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Source: We Ask America (R) (url)

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Poll Date: 2012-03-14
Number Polled: 1,933
Margin of Error: 2%
Voter Type: Likely

Romney with modest lead

 By: Ryne (I-WA) on 2012-03-16 @ 02:32:45


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An exclusive FOX Chicago News poll found a six point lead for Romney among those likely to vote in the March 20 presidential primary.

Romney had the support of 37 percent on Wednesday. Rick Santorum earned 31 percent of the vote.

Pollster We Ask America, based in Springfield, IL, contacted the 1,933 likely Republican voters who participated in our survey on Wednesday, accurate to within plus/minus 2.2 percentage points.

The third-largest group of voters chose Newt Gingrich at 14 percent, 10 percent were undecided and 8 percent voted for Ron Paul.

Our FOX Chicago News poll conducted by We Ask America involved automated telephone calls. Respondents replied to questions using their telephone keypads.


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