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Poll Date: 2012-03-29
Number Polled: 239
Margin of Error: 6%
Voter Type: Likely

Romney Leads Santorum by 6%

 By: Inks.LWC (R-MI) on 2012-04-04 @ 17:52:10

If the Republican presidential primary were held today, would you vote for Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Mitt Romney, or Rick Santorum (responses rotated)?

Mitt Romney - 31 percent
Rick Santorum - 25 percent
Ron Paul - 15 percent
Newt Gingrich - 12 percent
(Undecided/don't know/refused) - 18 percent

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(Asked of registered voters who identify with the Republican Party or are independent/unaffiliated, excluding respondents who said they would not vote in the Republican Primary on May 8th, n = 239, margin of sampling error is approximately 6.4 percent)

The High Point University Survey Research Center fielded the survey from March 19-22 and March 24-29. The responses came from 507 adults with landline and cellular telephones in North Carolina selected by a Random Digit Dial (RDD) method giving the survey a margin of sampling error of approximately 4.4 percentage points. For smaller subsamples the margin of sampling error is larger. In addition to sampling error, factors such as question wording and other methodological choices in conducting survey research can introduce additional error into the findings of opinion polls.

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