Tuesday, February 8, 2011

GOP Voters 8 Poll Aggregate; Palin/Huck 35.3% Romney 18.8%.Message Is Clear, A True Conservative Is Wanted

The Real Clear Politics polling aggregate of 8 major polling firms shows, as I have been regularly promoting that the combined Palin/Huckabee support amongst GOP voters is up to more than double that for Romney who is the next highest choice.


The RCP average for Palin/Huckabee is 35.3% and for Romney it is 18.8%. This result is perfectly in line with the 33%-40% that the Palin/Huckabee support level has been running at for months as set out in the previous analysis below.


PPP has just done a poll of South Dakota which at 40% Palin/Huck to 17%% Romney (If Thune Doesn't run), although just one state, perfectly mirrors the national averages and is in line with most other PPP state polls.


The message couldn't be clearer-the grass roots GOP voters want a true conservative and presuming Huckabee does not run then that choice is Palin-no matter how hard the MSM/Beltway elite/False Friends Liberals try and dump one of their own on the rank and file.


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Politicon Polling polled 573 likely Republican voters as to their preferences for Republican candidate for president 2012.

Palin and Romney were in joint first place at 18% each but the significant factor-as it has bee
n in each of recent polls is that the combined Palin/Huckabee at 35% vote is 15% ahead of Romney. Clearly if Huckabee does not run it must be assumed (which has been confirmed by polling analysis) that the majority of his support would go to Palin should she run.This would give her an overwhelming victory.

The facts of the matter are that the Palin/Huckabee support is almost equal to the total support of all 9 other candidates bar Romney combined !

Recent polls of GOP supporters showed a preference in the 36%-40% for the combined Palin/Huckabee vote so this latest is another which again,confirms the trend. The 13% lead the President Obama has over Palin in this poll amongst all voters is meaningless as all that matters initially is winning the GOP nomination. At one point Ronald reagan was 25% behind President Carter so the Obama/Palin matchup should be disregarded.

Here is the poll result

Of the following Republican
Presidential Candidates, who are
you going to vote for in the
Republican Presidential Primaries,
if they run?

Sarah Palin ! ! ! 18%
Mitt Romney ! ! 18
Chris Christie ! ! ! 16%
Mike Huckabee ! ! ! 15%
Newt Gingrich ! ! ! 10%
Unsure ! ! ! ! 9%
Michele Bachmann ! ! 3%
Someone New ! ! 2%
Donald Trump ! ! ! 2%
Tim Pawlenty ! ! ! 2%
Jim DeMint ! ! ! 2%
Mitch Daniels ! !
! 2%

Herman Cain ! ! ! 1%

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