Gingrich or Romney?
By a slight margin, more Americans like GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney than surging Republican rival Newt Gingrich. However, in a Poll Position national scientific telephone survey 29% of Americans said they did not like either one of them. Here are the results of the poll:
Gingrich fared better among Republicans polled with 44% finding him more likeable, 24% thought Romney was, 13% liked them both equally, 8% did not like either Romney or Gingrich, and 12% had no opinion.
Among Independents, Romney was more liked with 33% choosing him, 24% liked Gingrich more, 7% liked them both equally, 26% did not like either one, 10% did not have an opinion.
Poll Position’s scientific telephone survey of 1,142 registered voters nationwide was conducted December 6, 2011 and has a margin of error of ±3%. Poll results are weighted to be a representative sampling of all American adults.
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