Bachmann Surges in New Hampshire Poll

michele-bachmann-new-hampshireMinnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann is surging in a recent New Hampshire Primary poll. She trails hometown Mitt Romney by just 7% in a a new Public Policy Polling (D) survey.

This becomes important for Iowa, because if Bachmann manages to win in Iowa her momentum can push her right past Romney in New Hampshire and end his presidential bid in a hurry.

Notice to Romney: Make a stand in Iowa or lose the race!

*PPP surveyed 341 New Hampshire Republican primary voters from June 30th to July 5th.
No interviews were conducted on July 3rd or 4th. The margin of error for the survey is +/-

Mitt Romney———-25%
Michele Bachmann–18%
Sarah Palin————11%
Ron Paul—————-9%
Herman Cain———–7%
Rick Perry—————7%
Jon Hunstsman——–6%
Tim Pawlenty———–6%
Newt Gingrich———-4%

Without Palin:

Mitt Romney———-27%
Michele Bachmann–21%
Ron Paul—————-9%
Rick Perry————–9%
Herman Cain———–7%
Jon Hunstsman——–7%
Tim Pawlenty———–6%
Newt Gingrich———-4%

Scource: 2012 New Hampshire Primary


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    Age before beauty.

    RON PAUL > Bachmann.

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    Ron Paul has always been the Tea Party Favorite;

    The national Media, major parties and pollsters are working hard to convince you it is Bachman, betting on her inexperience to be easy to mold to their benefit.

    Let people know that it is Ron Paul that has the track record in limiting the federal government to it’s LIMITED delegated powers.

    Bachman wants to use the federal government to fix the economy, Ron Paul wants to get the federal government out of the way and out of the states, the way it was meant to be, so that the economy can fix itself.

    Support Ron Paul at http://www.ronpaul2012.com

    and read the Founders documents at:

    American Patriot Party.CC

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    Obama blames everyone and everything since the reason for the bad economy except himself (although the DNC Chairman Blabberman-Schultz declared

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