Mitt Romney Leads Herman Cain, Ron Paul in New Hampshire Poll

On Friday, Magellan Strategies/NH Journal released a poll of likely New Hampshire Republican primary voters that found that former Gov. Mitt Romney of Massachusetts was well ahead of the rest of the pack of GOP presidential hopefuls in the first primary state.

Romney led the poll with 41 percent. Following his win in the Presidency 5 straw poll in Orlando last month, businessman Herman Cain continues to surge in the polls, placing second with 20 percent. U.S. Rep. Ron Paul of Texas took third with 10 percent.

Former Gov. Jon Huntsman of Utah, who moved his campaign headquarters to New Hampshire, tied with former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich for fourth with 6 percent each. U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann of Minnesota took sixth with 4 percent. Former U.S. Sen. Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania and Gov. Rick Perry of Texas tied for seventh with 2 percent apiece. Former Gov. Gary Johnson of New Mexico garnered 1 percent.

The poll of 736 likely New Hampshire Republican primary voters was conducted Oct. 12-13 and had a margin of error of +/- 3.61 percent.

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Jay Carper
10:04AM OCT 18TH 2011
I'd like to know how these "likely New Hampshire Republican primary voters" were selected. Randomly chosen party members or hand-picked party officials?
elKirko
4:46AM OCT 15TH 2011
Ron Paul is clearly the front-runner in the 2012 Presidental race. Here are the facts, easy for anyone to see.

If Mitt Romney or Herman Cain are the front-runners then were are there supporters?
If these gentlemen are clearly the front-runners then where are thier voters? Are any of them going to come out to vote for their candidates?

Ron Paul has the most actual votes cast thus far for the nomination. These are not some 100 or so "list of privately selected" phone line polls, but actual people going down and casting a REAL vote.
Enjoy what you are about to read... I sure enjoyed putting it together.

Source - Wikipedia as of 10/15/2011
h%%p://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Straw_polls_for_the_Republican_Party_presidential_primaries,_2012

Combined Online Polls Follow:
1st Ron Paul 49%, 2nd Herman Cain 12%,
3rd Sarah Palin 8.7%,? Tim Pawlenty 4.4%, Other 25.8%

Combined Straw Polls Follow:
1st Ron Paul 36%, 2nd Herman Cain 16%,
3rd Sarah Palin 9.2%, 4th Tim Pawlenty 8.8%, Other 30.1%

Most Prestigious Straw Polls Follow:
*Results from the 2011 CPAC Straw Poll were as follows:
1st Ron Paul 30%, 2nd Mitt Romney 23%,
3rd Gary Johnson 6%, 4th Chris Christie 6%,
5th Newt Gingrich 5%, 6th Tim Pawlenty 4%

*Results from the Republican Liberty Caucus straw poll at the 2011 California Republican convention - 10/8/2011 follow:
1st Ron Paul 17.8%, 2nd Mitt Romney 10.9%,
3rd Sarah Palin 7.9%, 4th Newt Gingrich 6.9%,
5th Michele Bachmann 6.4%, 6th Rudy Giuliani 5.4%

*Results from the Washington, D.C. – Values Voter Straw Poll - 10/9/2012 follow:
1st Ron Paul 36.9%, 2nd Herman Cain 22.5%,
3rd Rick Santorum 16.3%, 4th Rick Perry 8.4%,
5th Michele Bachmann 7.9%, 6th Mitt Romney 4.4%
7th Newt Gingrich 2.7%

*Republican Midwest Leadership Conference Straw Poll - 10/13/2011 follow:
1st Ron Paul 53.4%, 2nd Herman Cain 14.6%,
3rd Mitt Romney 12.6%, 4th Newt Gingrich 5.8%

Yes Ron Paul has won even more, but I only listed a few of his wins thus far.

Remember to participate in The Black This Out money bomb on October 19, 2011.
Ron could break his record of 8 Mil in one day on this one...

Thank you for reading and I wish you all the best.
Jackson Baer
2:12AM OCT 15TH 2011
I love the new ad and it should appeal to the Republican base...

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TLR
6:57PM OCT 14TH 2011
I'm switching parties to vote for Ron Paul. I don't trust Cain's 999 plan. I believe it will raise to 303030. He's into raising taxes, not lowering them like Ron Paul. Also, Herman Cain was HEAD of the Federal Reserve in Kansas City, so I doubt he has any criticism at all of it and will want it to run as is. It can't. It's what got our country into financial ruin. But it seems that Ron Paul is the only one who understands this or is willing to fix it. Go to his site at www.ronpaul2012.com to see how he stands on issues, then, if you agree, donate to his Money Bomb come Oct 19. I'll be donating again, and plan to double the amount I gave last time. It isn't easy, but Ron Paul is worth it. He stands for every single American, not special interests, not Big Government, not politics as usual.
David
3:48PM OCT 14TH 2011
Ron Paul is the only candidate for me after doing extensive research. Research Romney and Cain and I'm sure you won't like what you see. Ron Paul for 2012!
Bryan Lonn
2:18PM OCT 14TH 2011
RON PAUL, PLEASE SAVE AMERICA!
George Washington
12:50PM OCT 14TH 2011
Ron Paul 2012!!!
jules
12:50PM OCT 14TH 2011
LOL............Progressive Mitt Romney???? give us ALLLLL a break with this fake news
SpatialOrientation
12:28PM OCT 14TH 2011
Free market economists and economic policy analysts found all sorts of shortcomings in Cain's 9-9-9 infomercial-like tax plan (see here: http://spatialorientation.com/2011/10/13/critiques-of-cain’s-9-9-9-plan/), but what should we expect from a former board member of the Federal Reserve?

Gary Johnson is the only candidate campaigning on implementing the Fair Tax, which is exactly what the name implies – fair (visit http://FairTax.org). We need to stop falling for these simple sound bite applause lines that contain no substance. The only solution we keep hearing from Herman Cain is “fix it.” Gov. Johnson is the only candidate offering serious policy prescriptions and common sense solutions, but the establishment press treats him like some fringe guy with ‘crazy’ ideas like balancing the budget. Check out more coverage of the Johnson campaign at http://spatialorientation.com/tag/gary-johnson

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