PPP

-1 vote

P-P-P Poll Has Paul @ 5% Gingrich @ 15%

18 to 29 6%
30 to 45 24%
46 to 65 46%
Older than 65 24%

http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/pdf/2011/PPP_Release_US_1...

LOL, what a joke.

13 votes

Obama blows out Perry in FL, tied with Romney and. Paul(?!)

From Public Policy Polling... my favorite line....

This may be the most positive poll for Paul that we've ever conducted- he leads by 15 points with independents even as the rest of the Republican candidates trail Obama with that voting group. The problem for Paul is that independents like him a lot more than Republicans do and that puts his chances for the nomination at slim to none...but he might really be able to make a dent if he ended up running as an independent instead.

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5 votes

Rhino: MSM Polling question

How much does it cost to commission a poll from one of the leading pollsters?

Here is what I would like to see:

1. Population: New registered voters since 2009.
2. Republican, Independent, and Democrat.

I constantly see polls from registered voters and likely voters.
I think this severely underweights Paul’s influence.

Can we get this poll funded either via the DP or the new Super PAC?

I think the results of this poll could get some big press.

4 votes

Another 2% national poll for Santorum; RP comes in 3rd with 11%

RP gets 3rd with 11% in the latest national PPP Poll.

Rick Perry 31%
Mitt Romney 18%
Ron Paul 11%
Newt Gingrich 10%

Michele Bachmann 9%
Herman Cain 8%
Jon Huntsman 2%
Rick Santorum 2%

And of course PPP's favorite tactic is inculded in this poll -- ya know the one I am talking about: Where they ask of every candidate under the sun except of RP on do you have a favorable or unfavorable opinion of this candidate?

http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/pdf/2011/PPP_Release_US_0...

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