New Michigan and New Jersey PollsSubmitted by skgai on Sun, 01/13/2008 - 13:30
Good news out of New Jersey. Without any campaigning Ron Paul is at 8% according to a Research 2000 poll. (400 likely Republican voters, margin of error 5%)
He's climbing higher.
The latest Michigan polls have Paul lower, but newspapers (aside from The Des Moines Register) aren't usually as accurate as the previous polls.
Detroit Free Press:
I know that these numbers aren't as good as the previous weeks, but Paul has always shown to place at the high end of the polls so I'm still looking for him to beat Giuliani and Thompson. And with New Jersey starting out that high, there's not reason we can't get him into double digits and maybe a third or second place finish. He should be able to beat Huckabee in the Garden State.