2012 US Presidential election polls


Icarus27k
#1
Yes. Sure it's way totally early, but it's still interesting that a pollster shows Barack Obama leading all Republican challengers in key states. And the challengers are people that Americans should know, so perhaps the fact that it's early wont be as much a factor as it would be in other Presidential elections. Here's the numbers:

In Pennsylvania:

Obama (D) 50%, Gingrich (R) 40%, undecided 10%.
Obama (D) 47%, Huckabee (R) 44%, undecided 9%.
Obama (D) 51%, Palin (R) 36%, undecided 13%.
Obama (D) 46%, Romney (R) 42%, undecided 13%.
Obama (D) 48%, Santorum (R) 40%, undecided 12%.

http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/p...PA_0106503.pdf


In Nevada:

Obama (D) 51%, Gingrich (R) 40%, undecided 9%.
Obama (D) 51%, Huckabee (R) 41%, undecided 8%.
Obama (D) 52%, Palin (R) 39%, undecided 9%.
Obama (D) 47%, Romney (R) 46%, undecided 7%.

http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/p...NV_0107424.pdf
 
gopher
No Party Affiliation
#2
PALIN-COULTER in 2012!
 
Kreskin
#3
If the Reps can keep the economy on the brink of disaster they'll still have a good chance.
 
JLM
No Party Affiliation
#4
Why would we want to discuss an election 22 months hence, now?
 

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