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CNN / ORC National Primary Poll (March 24 -25) Ron Paul in 3rd with 17%

CNN / ORC National Primary Poll (March 24 -25) Ron Paul in 3rd with 17%

Romney 36% (+4)

Santorum 26% (-8)

Paul 17% (+1)

Gingrich 15% (EVEN)

Should candidate X stay in Race or Leave?

Gingrich 39% Stay 60% Leave

Paul 36% Stay 61% Leave

Romney 77% Stay 21% Leave

Santorum 59% Stay 39% Leave


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Tell me again.....

....why do we watch CNN? Erin's vinegar and water but if you get past her nose she's not half bad kinda a little good so-so lookin'.



You can't get clean in a dirty bathtub.

It's CNN for crying out loud

What did you expect from them? Geeesh!

" In Thee O Lord do I put my trust " ~ Psalm 31:1~

Positive Spin

I put a positive spin on this in a new piece I just wrote.

Check it out here: http://ingotnews.com/post/20027853536/ronpaulontherise

Here is a segment of the article:

Another interesting development from the poll is that among voters aged 50 and younger (a significant bulk of our population, and the voters who have the most stake in America's future) Ron Paul (27%)finished a close second place to Mitt Romney (32%), with Rick Santorum (25%) and Newt Gingrich (12%) trailing [see chart]. Ron Paul seems to have a unique quality among the Republican candidates in that he does not lose support once he gains it. This explains why he has a steady (albeit modest so far) climb in the National polls, while the others have been up and down day-to-day and month-to-month. Consistency like Ron Paul's may just be the key to this nomination.

Ron Paul already enjoys the most enthusiasm of any candidate (by a very large margin), so if this steady increase in numbers continues, this could be very exciting for the campaign, which has already (quietly) amassed a large amount of delegates (he is quite likely to come out with a majority of delegates in several states including Nevada, Iowa, Washington, Alaska, Missouri, and others). With several months left in this Republican Nomination Process, it will be interesting to see just how much support Ron Paul can gather.

I sure am looking forward to



RP 27% with people aged <50

I thought this was a good sign that he is really catching on. Even in THIS sample Ron Paul is only 5% behind Romney and in second place.

Among (Republican) voters under 50 years old:

Romney - 32%
Paul - 27%
Santorum - 25%
Gingrich - 12%


Yeah, we know they're lies! Listen up GOP; we get Ron Paul, or you get nothing!

What's the purpose of posting these lies?

Is it to reinforce the lies? Please consider that these are a waste of time and energy. Thanks!!

ALL of these "polls"

Are bogus and skewed to get the desired results.

Give us clear vision, that we may know where to stand and what to stand for - because unless we stand for something, we shall fall for anything.
~ Peter Marshall, US Senate Chaplain 1947


They're using less than 500 people, and only people who identify as Republicans. That's not an accurate/precise sample for the questions.

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It's not their call period....enough said.