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A whole bunch of polls - Have at 'em

**CNN - http://bit.ly/AluS6R (bottom right)
**Catholic - http://bit.ly/yZl3W0
**FOX - http://bit.ly/weVYG8 (pick carefully)
**FOX 2 - http://fxn.ws/r2cZH3 (right, 2 polls)
**Ingraham - http://bit.ly/viq6FR (bottom middle)
**Girard - http://bit.ly/yJuP9l
**KWWL - http://bit.ly/wugEY9 (middle)
**TheTruth - http://bit.ly/ze9pWZ
**MyGov - http://on.fb.me/xxpK8h



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DR at 25

Newt Gingrich 14.83%

Ron Paul 25.07%

Jon Huntsman 2.25%

Rick Perry 31.48%

Mitt Romney 14.63%

Rick Santorum 11.56%

Other 0.18%

Fox news 2 Rick Perry 31%

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Fox2 now budging with Ron Paul very near the top.

Newt Gingrich 20.43%
Ron Paul 19.66%
Jon Huntsman 3.08%
Rick Perry 25.87%
Mitt Romney 20.39%
Rick Santorum 10.35%
Other 0.22%

Perry w/25%?????

good work

Thanks.

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Please add this one... WSJ:

Please add this one...

WSJ: Which of the top six finishers in the Iowa caucuses should win the GOP presidential nomination?
Wall Street Journal - POLL - Who Should Win?
http://online.wsj.com/community/groups/question-day-229/topi...

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RP not even mentioned re Iowa wins (AP)

I went to the KWWL link & there was no poll.

Perhaps they removed it?

Then I saw a link to this article "Conservatives: Time to Rally around a Not-Romney" dated today

Text:

By LAURIE KELLMAN
Associated Press
<< WASHINGTON (AP) - Conservative leaders say it's time to rally behind a single Republican presidential candidate - and fast - to prevent Mitt Romney from winning the GOP nomination.

The former Massachusetts governor narrowly won the Iowa caucuses after conservatives split their support among Rick Santorum, Newt Gingrich and Rick Perry. Now, some conservative leaders are talking about a group endorsement before the South Carolina primary Jan. 21. Any challenger to Romney must win that primary to survive.

But the leaders remain divided over whether to back Santorum, Gingrich or Perry. Meanwhile, Romney is heavily favored to win the New Hampshire primary on Tuesday.

The candidates are set for a pair of debates over the weekend. >>

WOW!
Anyone care to CORRECT her?

Since it's an AP story, it was printed all over.

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losing **FOX 2 -

losing **FOX 2 - http://fxn.ws/r2cZH3 (right, 2 polls)

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Brothers and Sisters

Dirty pool is the business of the MSM and the GOP. If you are voting in a poll that was clearly intended for registered voters of a particular state you are doing the Good Doctor a terrible disservice. Do not vote in polls that do not apply to you. Can I get an amen please. We are better than that.

πολλα γαρ πταιομεν απαντες ει τις εν λογω ου πταιει ουτος τελειος ανηρ δυνατος χαλιναγωγησαι και ολον το σωμα

most of these these online

most of these these online polls don't really "count" (esp ones that can be easily manipulated)

The problem is, if Ron Paul does poorly in polls they just may blast that everywhere and try to use it as "proof" that RP doesn't really have that much support, that he is "unelectable". That is just one more way the media tries to influence the voters.

But I agree with others on DP - don't use the hyperlinks. Right click to copy the address into a new tab.

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No Kidding?

Jeez, I thought we were electing the next president with these online polls. Of course they don't "count". You missed my point entirely.

πολλα γαρ πταιομεν απαντες ει τις εν λογω ου πταιει ουτος τελειος ανηρ δυνατος χαλιναγωγησαι και ολον το σωμα

no need to be rude :) most

no need to be rude :)

most people here understand why we bother with online polls.. but not necessarily everyone (including maybe some newbies) understands the importance.

just sayin'

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Seriously?

Was I rude? By online standards I think my response was quite cordial. : ) I'm trying to encourage people to use a little ethics and common sense in their responses to polls. That is all.

πολλα γαρ πταιομεν απαντες ει τις εν λογω ου πταιει ουτος τελειος ανηρ δυνατος χαλιναγωγησαι και ολον το σωμα

ok then :) So far, I don't

ok then :)

So far, I don't recall seeing any of the online polls for local papers/media specifying that only locals are supposed to vote.

If they expect it to be that sort of a closed poll, then they would have to put in some pretty stiff obstacles to prevent non-locals from voting. And my guess is that supporters of other candidates who are not local also vote in those polls.

But I understand your concern that RP supporters aren't viewed as unethically trying to stack a poll.

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The poll

was from a NH radio station and here is the precise wording of the poll question, "For whom will you be voting in the New Hampshire Primary on January 10th?"
Now if I happened to be a listener of that NH radio station and on the fence between Romney and Paul and saw that poll with 95% support for Paul when Romney is leading my state by 15 or 20 points I might get a little irritated. Maybe irritated enough to drop Paul from consideration.

πολλα γαρ πταιομεν απαντες ει τις εν λογω ου πταιει ουτος τελειος ανηρ δυνατος χαλιναγωγησαι και ολον το σωμα

also

Please think before you click. It would be more beneficial for the campaign in this instance if Paul merely tied with Romney. That result may actually influence votes in a positive way. Romney is way ahead in NH and a Paul landslide in this poll only supports everything people like Bill and Sean etc say about us.

πολλα γαρ πταιομεν απαντες ει τις εν λογω ου πταιει ουτος τελειος ανηρ δυνατος χαλιναγωγησαι και ολον το σωμα

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More results:

http://www.1041thetruth.com/polls/136647988.html?results=y&m...

If the primary were held today and below were the only nominees on the ballot, who gets your vote?
Mitt Romney (4%)
Ron Paul (91%)
Rick Santorum (6%)

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Girard result:

http://www.girardatlarge.com/pollquestion

Statistics:

Rick Santorum 4.4%
Mitt Romney 0.7%
Ron Paul 90.4%
Buddy Roemer 4.3%
Michele Bachmann 0%
Rick Perry 0.1%
Other 0.2%

DO NOT vote in this poll

unless you are a registered NH voter. It isn't right and Ron would not approve.

πολλα γαρ πταιομεν απαντες ει τις εν λογω ου πταιει ουτος τελειος ανηρ δυνατος χαλιναγωγησαι και ολον το σωμα

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Fox2 is not budging:

Newt Gingrich 28.58%

Ron Paul 12.97%

Jon Huntsman 3.01%

Rick Perry 8.85%

Mitt Romney 28.85%

Rick Santorum 17.49%

Other 0.26%

vote

Newt Gingrich 28.33%

Mitt Romney 28.05%

Rick Santorum 21.22%

Ron Paul 19.86%

Undecided/None 2.53%

2:19 thurs

Warmest Regards
Stephen Dupont
New Bedford, Massachusetts

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Fox results:

Thank you for voting!
Yes - Mitt Romney would have gotten my vote, too. 9.58%

No, Rick Santorum would have been my choice. 12.24%

No, I would have voted for Ron Paul. 53.41%

No, I would have cast my vote for Newt Gingrich. 15.28%

No, Michele Bachmann would have gotten my vote. 3.19%

No, Jon Huntsman is the candidate for me. 0.45%

No, I would have voted for Rick Perry. 3.65%

None of the above -- I'm not yet convinced that any of the GOP candidates is more fit for the job of president. 2.2%

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Some results here.

Ron Paul 79.03% (1,647 votes)

Rick Santorum 15.4% (321 votes)

Newt Gingrich 1.78% (37 votes)

Mitt Romney 1.2% (25 votes)

Undecided 0.77% (16 votes)

Jon Hunstman 0.72% (15 votes)

Rick Perry 0.62% (13 votes)

Other 0.34% (7 votes)

Michele Bachmann 0.14% (3 votes)

Total Votes: 2,084
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FOX ...

must have fixed their software to only count one of every two Paul votes. Actually, I think this has been going on a lot by some of the polls I've seen lately. On FOX2 Gingrich is killing it, it's about as laughable as Satanum getting second in Iowa, uhoh, there I go with another crazy conspiracy theory.

πολλα γαρ πταιομεν απαντες ει τις εν λογω ου πταιει ουτος τελειος ανηρ δυνατος χαλιναγωγησαι και ολον το σωμα

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I do not

see the cnn poll anywhere on the page.

US edition

The link brings you to international, click on US at the top left, then halfway down on the right is a question about romney.

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