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Monday, October 08, 2007

Ron Paul Surging in the Polls Among Moderates


There is more great news for the Ron Paul campaign, not just the money he raised in the third quarter but also that this is starting to translate into real life support. Among moderates in New Hampshire, Ron Paul is in the double digits. The sample size of moderates in this poll is only 203 but is as high as some of the University polls that are reported widely in the media.

John McCain 26%
Mitt Romney 17%
Rudy Giuliani 16%
Ron Paul 10%
Fred Thompson 5%
Mike Huckabee 4%
Unsure 21%

In Michigan, out of a sample size of 307, Ron Paul is sitting at 8% among moderates.

John McCain 20%
Rudy Giuliani 16%
Ron Paul 8%
Mitt Romney 6%
Fred Thompson 5%
Mike Huckabee 5%
Sam Brownback 2%
Duncan Hunter 1%
Unsure 38%

This is very promising news for Ron Paul because the moderates tend to be the most Undecided of all the voters. New Hampshire (21%), Michigan (39%) so as those voters learn of Ron Paul, more gains are expected. The other item to note is that Independents in New Hampshire are allowed to vote for Ron Paul in the primaries if they wish. Thus, Ron Paul will be gaining in the polls shortly.


Blogger Kevin said...

Click through to the source polls, and you will see something truly amazing.

Ron Paul is getting HUGE support from Americans of African and Hispanic orgin, like 22% and 30%

Whoah! Does this mean if the GOP nominates Ron Paul, then the Dems can kiss the minority vote good-bye??

If so, then you can add one more faction to Ron Paul's growing list of Democrat pressure groups that will defect in a heart beat for an honest politician.


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