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Huckabee Leads in National Poll; Gingrich Making Move

Interviews with 1,023 adult Americans conducted by telephone by Opinion Research Corporation on March 11-13, 2011. The margin of sampling error for results based on the total sample is plus or minus 3 percentage points.

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Gingrich is looking like a serious contender at 14%.

Huckabee 19%
Romney 18%
Gingrich 14%
Palin 12%
Trump 10%
Paul 8%
Someone else 4%
None/ No one 3%
Pawlenty 3%
Daniels 3%
Santorum 3%
No opinion 2%
Barbour 1%

And who would be your second choice? (RANDOM ORDER)

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Still number one nationally, in Iowa and as the second pick.

Huckabee 18%
Romney 15%
Palin 12%
Gingrich 11%
Paul 10%
None/ No one 9%
Trump 6%
Pawlenty 4%
Daniels 4%
Santorum 3%
No opinion 3%
Barbour 1%
Someone else 2%

 

CNN.com

3 comments

  1. Drew

    the answer to your “other” that is currently winning by 40% in the poll should be Herman Cain. If you’re going to give me a Republican, give me one with a brain. 2008 should have showed the Republican party that the “business as usual” Republicans stand no chance against this “change” left wing socialism…and the “business as usual” Republicans will stand no chance in fixing this mess created by the left.

  2. chris vernon

    You need to start including Herman Cain in your polling… the “no one,” “someoe else” and “no opinion” percentages would drop dramatically…

  3. Ken

    Gov. Mike Huckabee is the strongest candidate. He has name recognition, executive experience and a record of consistency in what he does and says. He also doesn’t have the “baggage” that some of the other candidates have.

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