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Given the current field, (as of 7 July, 2011), who will win the GOP presidential nomination? by Paaet 3 years ago on July 9, 2011
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Texas Rep. Ron Paul flag 58%
 
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Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney flag 18%
 
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Former Godfather Pizza CEO Herman Cain flag 9%
 
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Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann flag 5%
 
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Gay Rights Activist Fred Karger flag 4%
 
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Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman flag 2%
 
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Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty flag 1%
 
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Former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum flag 0.9%
 
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Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich flag 0.9%
 
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Michigan Rep. Thaddeus McCotter flag 0.8%
 
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Paaet
3 years ago on July 9, 2011
I wonder who will win this pol! lol
answered: Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman
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scottie1321
3 years ago on July 9, 2011
"CNBC Stops 2012 Online Presidential Polls Because of Ron Paul supporters flooding the polls Google it!

Then look at these numbers on positive intensity. Of the 48% who know who Herman Cain is...26% Pick him for their first choice. Bachmann comes in 2nd with 20% Romney third with 14% and 86%name recognition, Pawlentry and Santorum with 10% and RP with 9% and 77% name recognition.

Cain has the highest favorability with 77% and the lowest strongly unfavorable with zero.

gallup.com/poll/election.aspx
answered: Former Godfather Pizza CEO Herman Cain
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Paaet
3 years ago on July 9, 2011
@scottie That's a really good point. I tend to agree with you that at this point in a race, favorability ratings are more important than polls.
answered: Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman
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kbrolin
3 years ago on July 9, 2011
The Herman Cain vs. Obama Election will be the CLEAREST policy choice in the history of our nation, on which direction the majority want our Country to go.
Couldn't possibly be a bigger difference.
answered: Former Godfather Pizza CEO Herman Cain
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jgrooms677
3 years ago on July 9, 2011
Herman Cain is the clear choice because of his common sence, limmited government, constitutional solutions. Go for Herman Cain. Join the Herman Cain Train. hermancain.com/
answered: Former Godfather Pizza CEO Herman Cain
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Conway193
3 years ago on July 9, 2011
Who cares; all politicians of any stripe are crooks.
answered: Texas Rep. Ron Paul
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estanislao
3 years ago on July 10, 2011
Cain?! seriously? we're in the biggest recession of our history because of the FED's manipulation and you want to put a Fed chairman in office? just brilliant.
answered: Texas Rep. Ron Paul
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kmdyson
3 years ago on July 19, 2011
Hmmm...skewed results....obviously not scientific...but very appropriate give most of the people running for the republican nomination think the earth is only 6000 years old...
answered: Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann
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Paaet
3 years ago on July 19, 2011
lol
answered: Former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman
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Robja
3 years ago on July 22, 2011
Where's Gary Johnson? He's the only GOP candidate actually qualified to run.
no vote
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sb05
3 years ago on October 12, 2011
Oh God, not Cain! But Romney would be tolerable, hes just more of the same though.
answered: Texas Rep. Ron Paul
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