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|Poll Date: 2011-05-31|
|Number Polled: 147|
|Margin of Error: 8%|
|Voter Type: Likely|
Romney leads in low sample poll
By: Ryne (I-WA) on 2011-10-30 @ 20:20:59
About this Poll
Among the survey’s 310 likely voters, 147 indicated that they intended to vote in the Republican presidential primary next March. Unsurprisingly, 22% of these Republican primary voters haven’t thought enough about the race to have made a choice. Of those who have made an early choice, however, the results show former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney leading the pack at 16%, former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin at 14% and Texas Congressman Ron Paul at 10%. Meantime, even though he emphatically said he wasn’t going to get in the race when this survey was conducted, Texas Governor Rick Perry is the presidential choice of 9% of respondents, followed by former Godfather’s Pizza CEO Herman Cain with 8% and Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty at 7%. The margin of error for these estimates is +/- 8 points, indicating that there is no clear favorite.
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