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What history will apply to the 2012 election?

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Handicapping an election 19 months away seems relevant only to political junkies except for this: Expectations, as shrewd investors know, affect actions. The Republican presidential field might be more formidable if President Obama were less strongly favored. And over time, what Congress does will be shaped by the presidential campaign’s direction. Views of 2012 are …

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Trump Strong Nationally, Weak in Iowa

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While many republicans nationwide are showing enthusiasm for a Donald Trump presidency, Iowans simple are not. A recent PPP Poll (Public Policy Polling) shows that Iowan’s unfavorables are very high for Trump: Do you have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of Donald Trump? Favorable……………………………………………….. 41% Unfavorable ……………………………………………. 40% Not sure …………………………………………………. 19% The same poll …

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Trump Tops all GOP Contendors in CNN Poll

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In a shocking new CNN poll, Donald Trump finished tied for first with Mike Huckabee when asked the question: Which candidate you would be most likely to support for the Republican nomination for President in the year 2012? Trump 19% Huckabee 19% Palin 12% Gingrich 11% Romney 11% Paul 7% Bachmann 5% None 4% Someone …

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Neighborhood Research Poll Shows Iowans Still Undecided, but Trump Surging

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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 …

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Poll: Huckabee, Bachmann enjoy most intense GOP support

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By Michael O’Brien Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee and Rep. Michele Bachmann (Minn.) enjoy the most intense support among Republicans in the field of possible GOP presidential candidates, a new poll found Tuesday. A new Gallup poll calculating each potential Republican candidate’s “positive intensity score” — the difference between a candidate’s strongly favorable numbers and …

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