1, 2, 3 – GOP frontrunners
In the race to win the GOP’s 2012 presidential candidate nomination, our latest national poll shows the contest shaping up this way: Mitt Romney at 26%, Rick Santorum at 20%, and Newt Gingrich at 19%.
Trailing far behind: Ron Paul at 6%, Rick Perry at 5%, and Jon Huntsman at 4%.
In our national scientific telephone survey conducted last night, we questioned 580 registered voters who said they’d vote in their state’s Republican primary or caucus. The poll has a margin of error of +/- 4%. The full crosstabs for the poll: Poll Position crosstabs – GOP horse race 1-8-12.
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