Neighborhood Research Poll Shows Iowans Still Undecided, but Trump Surging

Neighborhood Research completed 319 surveys of Iowa Republicans likely voters. Three ballot tests were conducted. The first poll included all seventeen candidates who have had activity in Iowa.

Not surprising at this date, the undecided category leads all candidates with 23.5% of the vote, followed by Mike Huckabee at 21%. Mitt Romney comes in third at 13.5% followed by the surprisingly surging Donald Trump at 8.8%.   Former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich, finished at fourth overall at 7.8%.


Undecided 23.5%
Mike Huckabee 21.0%
Mitt Romney 13.5%
Donald Trump 8.8%
Newt Gingrich 7.8%
Sarah Palin 6.6%
Michele Bachmann 5.3%
Tim Pawlenty 4.4%
Ron Paul 3.4%
Herman Cain 2.5%
Rick Santorum 1.3%
Haley Barbour 0.9%
Roy Moore 0.6%
Mitch Daniels 0.3%
Gary Johnson 0.0%
Buddy Roemer 0.0%
Jon Huntsman 0.0%
John Bolton 0.0%

Two additional polls were taking, the second one excluded Mike Huckabee, Donald Trump and Sarah Palin. The third only included Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Tim Pawlenty, Michele Bachmann and Ron Paul.   In both, undecided is the big winner.


Undecided 40.8%
Romney 21.0%
Newt Gingrich 12.2%
Michele Bachmann 6.6%
Tim Pawlenty 6.3%
Ron Paul 5.6%
Herman Cain 2.8%
Rick Santorum 1.9%
Haley Barbour 0.9%
Roy Moore 0.9%
Mitch Daniels 0.6%
Gary Johnson 0.3%
Buddy Roemer 0.0%
Jon Huntsman 0.0%
John Bolton 0.0%


Undecided 40.4%
Mitt Romney 24.1%
Newt Gingrich 12.5%
Tim Pawlenty 8.2%
Michele Bachmann 7.9%
Ron Paul 6.9%

Source: Politico

1 comment

  1. John Tydlaska Jr.

    At the present time, I support a businessman such as Donald Trump. Both the major parties with the career corrupted political parties are responsible for the mess we are in today with the fraud Obama. Had Obama been properly vetted he would not be sitting in the White House this day.

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