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 Post subject: PPP: 2012 MT GOP
PostPosted: Fri Dec 03, 2010 10:41 pm 
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http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/pdf/PPP_Release_MT_1118.pdf

Palin...............23%
Huckabee.......22%


Gingrich..........16%
Romney..........12% (slip sliding away)
Ron Paul...........9%
Pawlenty...........3%
Thune................3%
Daniels..............2%
Someone else...10%

Favorables
Palin................76/18 +58
Huckabee........71/16 +55
Gingrich...........58/21 +37
Romney...........58/24 +34

Women
Huckabee....... 25%
Palin............... 22%



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When it comes to the presidential race, Republicans are now ready to select perhaps their least electable choice to face the president. Palin has enormous favor with her base, but as yesterday’s release shows, she is in the basement with Democrats and independents, and therefore leads President Obama by only two points in this heavily Republican state. She now pulls 23% in the primary, but breathing down her neck is Huckabee at 22%. Huckabee is much better liked across the aisle, and would put Montana’s three electoral votes out of reach for Obama. Following the two leaders are Newt Gingrich at 16% and a candidate almost as electable as Huckabee, Mitt Romney, at only 12%, barely ahead of Ron Paul’s 9%. John Thune, from bordering South Dakota, Tim Pawlenty, and Mitch Daniels get support in the low single digits, and 10% are either undecided or prefer someone unnamed. Unlike in other states, Palin actually has a wide lead with moderates,
and only 10% of them prefer Romney, who usually cleans up with centrists.

Sarah Palin and Mike Huckabee are racking up Republican support in a lot of rural,
blue-collar red and swing states, but the only one of the two who has crossover appeal and gives President Obama a run for his money is Huckabee
,” said Dean Debnam, President of Public Policy Polling.


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 Post subject: Re: PPP: 2012 MT GOP
PostPosted: Sat Dec 04, 2010 11:18 am 
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Aron at ROS has posted the numbers. He does a great job of setting the format for the polling numbers.

http://www.rightosphere.com/blog.php?us ... y_id=11165

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