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Paul Edges Gingrich in 2011 Iowa Caucus Straw Poll

Ron_Paul_IowaRon Paul has won the most recent 2012IowaCaucus.com online straw poll. The online poll ran for 1 month and received 8,254 votes. Voters may only vote one time.

Paul (23%) just edged out Newt Gingrich (21%) by 123 votes. After that the second-tier battled it out with Rick Perry slowly seeing his numbers rebound to finish third with 1,022 votes followed by last months winner Herman Cain at 978 votes. Mitt Romney (859 votes) and Michelle Bachmann (812 votes) finish up the second-tier.

Straw Poll: Who will win the 2012 Iowa Caucus?

Ron Paul (23%, 1,868 Votes)
Newt Gingrich (21%, 1,745 Votes)
Rick Perry (12%, 1,022 Votes)
Herman Cain (12%, 978 Votes)
Mitt Romney (10%, 859 Votes)
Michele Bachmann (10%, 812 Votes)
Rick Santourm (6%, 470 Votes)
Jon Hunstman (4%, 346 Votes)
Gary Johnson (2%, 154 Votes)
Total Voters: 8,254

2 comments

  1. Milo

    The 2012 presidential race will probably be the most crucial election of our time. If our nation nominates and elects the wrong candidate, our individual freedoms and liberty will face unimaginable threats from ambitious politicians who have no regard for the rule of law and our Constitution. Let us not forget the sacrifices our founding fathers made to secure our right to function as a free republic. This revolutionary idea is under assault today from every quarter and if free thinking Americans don’t awaken to this threat, we may soon see an end of the republic. Let us join together as a free people and support and defend the sacrifices of our servicemen and women by nominating and electing Ron Paul as our next President. As a former serviceman, liberty and our way of life in America are important to me and my family. Liberty is the principle foundation that makes America a great and respected nation. Cast a vote for liberty and freedom-vote Ron Paul.

  2. jeremy giaco

    I cant believe romney is even considered top tier..gingrich is a joke too, hell drop like the others.

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