MANCHESTER – A stream of Ron Paul supporters hoisted royal-blue signs and waved while standing outside St. Anselm College on Friday morning as the presidential hopeful participated in the Politics & Eggs series hosted by the New Hampshire Institute of Politics and the New England Council.
The latest poll out of New Hampshire shows Texas congressman Ron Paul in second place, trailing Republican presidential candidate and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney.
A poll conducted by Suffolk University/7NEWS shows Mr. Paul trailing Mr. Romney, 41 percent to 14 percent. The poll is the latest to find support for the Texas congressman, who is now seen as top-tier candidate for the Republican presidential nomination.
Perry, Romney, Paul : Gallup Numbers Show GOP Nomination is a Three Way Race
A new Gallup poll indicates clearly, perhaps for the first time, that the GOP 2012 presidential race now consists of just three candidates – Rick Perry, Mitt Romney and Ron Paul.
The nomination preference survey, conducted over the past weekend, found that Perry, Romney and Paul are the only three candidates with any realistic chance of growing their campaigns at this time.
Written by Thomas R. Eddlem