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PostPosted: Fri May 13, 2011 5:05 pm 
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[Bellwether State] Missouri still tough turf for Obama...

43% approve and 53% disapprove of the president’s job performance, almost indentical to March’s 43-52 split.

As such, he trails Mike Huckabee, 44-49, and Mitt Romney, 43-45--mirrors of his 43-49 and 43-44 deficits two months ago. Obama leads Newt Gingrich, 46-44; the two were tied at 44% previously. He also matches his lead over Sarah Palin, 48-43, and bests Donald Trump, tested for the first time, 46-41. Obama is still losing double-digit percentages of Democrats, as against McCain, but he at least narrowly leads with independents, whom McCain barely won in 2008.

Despite his unpopularity, the president is seen in a better light than all the Republicans but Huckabee. Huckabee stands at 43-38, Romney at 31-45, Gingrich 29-50, Palin 33-56, and Trump 24-65.

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Rumor has it Huckabee may announce that he is not running on his Fox News show tomorrow. That would be good news, at least for the time being, for the president. Huckabee gives him more trouble than the others in the South, in Appalachia, and up and down the Mississippi--including in states where the president remains strong (like North Carolina and Virginia) and states where he has declined since 2008 (like Pennsylvania, Iowa, and Missouri). The GOP almost certainly needs to return to Southern dominance and dip into either the West or Midwest--or both--to win the White House next year, and it remains to be seen whether another candidate can establish the rapport with these voters that Huckabee has. Romney is not a much weaker alternative in these states...

http://publicpolicypolling.blogspot.com/

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PostPosted: Sat May 14, 2011 10:35 am 
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Saturday, May 14, 2011

PPP (D) Missouri 2012 Presidential Survey


Huckabee 49% :allgood
Obama 44%

Obama 44%
Romney 45%

Obama 48%
Palin 43%

Among Independents

Obama 43%
Huckabee 42%

Obama 42%
Romney 39% :(

Obama 47%
Palin 41%

Among Men

Huckabee 51% :D
Obama 41%

Romney 49%
Obama 39%

Palin 47%
Obama 45%

Among Women

Huckabee 47% :D
Obama 46%

Obama 47%
Romney 42%

Obama 50%
Palin 40%

Favorable / Unfavorable {Net}

Huckabee {+5%} :D
Romney {-14%}
Palin {-23%}

Among Republicans

Huckabee {+66%} :dive
Palin {+35%}
Romney {+22%}

Among Independents

•Mike Huckabee {-10%}
•Mitt Romney {-20%} :(
•Sarah Palin {-27%}


Among Men

Huckabee {+4%} :zorro
Romney {-15%}
Palin {-22%}

Among Women

Huckabee {+6%} :pompom
Romney {-12%}
Palin ) {-23%}

Do you approve or disapprove of President Barack Obama’s job performance?
•Approve 43%
•Disapprove 53% :down

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