18 to 29 6%
30 to 45 24%
46 to 65 46%
Older than 65 24%
LOL, what a joke.
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.
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.
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?