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« on: April 29, 2014, 05:01:03 am »

WI:

Scott Walker (R)    37%
Rand Paul (R)    12%
Ted Cruz (R)    9%    
Mike Huckabee (R)    9%
Jeb Bush (R)    8%    
Marco Rubio (R)    8%
Chris Christie (R)    4%    
John Kasich (R)    1%    
Undecided    12%    

MI:

Mike Huckabee (R)    24%
Jeb Bush (R)    16%    
Rand Paul (R)    15%    
Chris Christie (R)    14%    
Ted Cruz (R)    7%    
Marco Rubio (R)    5%    
Scott Walker (R)    4%
John Kasich (R)    3%    
Undecided    12%    

OH:

Mike Huckabee (R)    17%
Rand Paul (R)    15%
Jeb Bush (R)    13%    
Chris Christie (R)    13%    
Ted Cruz (R)    12%       
John Kasich (R)    10%       
Marco Rubio (R)    5%    
Scott Walker (R)    4%    
Undecided    11%    

IA:

Jeb Bush (R)    17%    
Mike Huckabee (R)    17%

Chris Christie (R)    14%
Rand Paul (R)    11%
Ted Cruz (R)    10%    
Scott Walker (R)    8%
John Kasich (R)    5%    
Marco Rubio (R)    2%    
Undecided    16%    

NC:

Mike Huckabee (R)    21%
Jeb Bush (R)    19%
Rand Paul (R)    15%
Chris Christie (R)    12%    
Ted Cruz (R)    11%    
Marco Rubio (R)    6%
John Kasich (R)    3%    
Scott Walker (R)    2%    
Undecided    11%    

LA:

Jeb Bush (R)    25%
Mike Huckabee (R)    17%
Ted Cruz (R)    13%
Rand Paul (R)    9%    
Marco Rubio (R)    9%
Chris Christie (R)    8%    
Scott Walker (R)    4%      
John Kasich (R)    2%       
Undecided    13%    

CO:

Rand Paul (R)    17%
Mike Huckabee (R)    16%
Ted Cruz (R)    14%
Chris Christie (R)    12%
Marco Rubio (R)    10%
Jeb Bush (R)    9%    
Scott Walker (R)    8%   
John Kasich (R)    2%       
Undecided    12%    

FL:

Jeb Bush (R)    38%
Mike Huckabee (R)    11%
Ted Cruz (R)    10%
Rand Paul (R)    10%
Marco Rubio (R)    8%    
Scott Walker (R)    7%    
Chris Christie (R)    7%       
John Kasich (R)    3%    
Undecided    6%    

AR:

Mike Huckabee (R)    57%
Rand Paul (R)    9%
Jeb Bush (R)    8%    
Chris Christie (R)    6%    
Ted Cruz (R)    6%    
Marco Rubio (R)    4%
John Kasich (R)    2%    
Scott Walker (R)    1%    
Undecided    7%    

AK:

Ted Cruz (R)    16%
Rand Paul (R)    15%
Jeb Bush (R)    13%    
Mike Huckabee (R)    12%
Chris Christie (R)    11%    
Marco Rubio (R)    7%    
Scott Walker (R)    6%   
John Kasich (R)    1%       
Undecided    19%    
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« Reply #1 on: April 29, 2014, 03:15:58 pm »

Magnificent!

But: Shouldn't undecided be written in blue instead of Cruz?

AK:

Ted Cruz (R)    16%
Rand Paul (R)    15%
Jeb Bush (R)    13%    
Mike Huckabee (R)    12%
Chris Christie (R)    11%    
Marco Rubio (R)    7%    
Scott Walker (R)    6%   
John Kasich (R)    1%       
Undecided    19%    
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« Reply #2 on: April 29, 2014, 03:30:37 pm »

FL:

Jeb Bush (R)    38%
Mike Huckabee (R)    11%
Ted Cruz (R)    10%
Rand Paul (R)    10%
Marco Rubio (R)    8%    
Scott Walker (R)    7%    
Chris Christie (R)    7%       
John Kasich (R)    3%    
Undecided    6%    

Okay! Rubio's out...
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« Reply #3 on: April 29, 2014, 09:02:55 pm »

So every state except Wisconsin (home state effect) and Alaska has 2 out of the 3 of Bush, Huckabee, and Paul in the top 2.  Largely consistent with what we've been seeing elsewhere.
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« Reply #4 on: April 29, 2014, 09:41:28 pm »

This looks to be similar to what we've seen elsewhere.  Bush vs Huckabee vs Paul would be an interesting primary, and I think that Bush would win. 
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