By Albert N. Milliron
The Democrats are going to have to search for another talking point. Herman Cain calls himself an ABC, an American Black Conservative. After all the Racist accusations by the Left about the Tea Party and Republicans in General, A Black Man is leading the Polls in several Southern states.
All we can say to the Democrat Strategists who want to use race in this Race….. Put that in your pipe and Smoke it!
The latest Zogby Poll and minor state polls, show Cain with as much as a 20 point lead above his nearest GOP competitor and for the first time Cain is beating Obama in Head to head Match-ups.
In news sure to inject shock and awe into the Republican political primary season, a Zogby poll released Thursday showed Herman Cain leading the Republican field, topping former front-runner Mitt Romney by an astonishing 20 points. Cain would also narrowly edge out Obama in a general election, the poll found, by a 46 to 44 margin.
Romney, the former Massachusetts governor, would lose by a point to the president, 40 percent to 41 percent. Texas governor Rick Perry, who has slipped in the polls of late, would lose to the president 45 percent to 40 percent.
The poll found that 38 percent of Republican primary voters said they would vote for Cain if the primary were held today. Eighteen percent said they would throw their support to Romney, while 12 percent each said they would vote for Perry and Texas congressman Ron Paul. No other candidate attracted double-digit support.
Cain Jumps to Top of GOP Field in Four State Polls
Herman Cain has surged to the top of the GOP field in West Virginia, North Carolina, Nebraska and Georgia, according to polls released Tuesday, riding the momentum he gained through a series of well-received debate performances and a Florida straw poll victory. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich has also risen toward the top of these hypothetical ballots, taking second place in all four states.
The former Godfather’s Pizza CEO leads the field with 24 percent support in West Virginia, according toa Public Policy Polling (D) survey. Gingrich attracts 18 percent and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney rounds out the top three with 16 percent. Texas Gov. Rick Perry is close behind with 15 percent, and Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann takes 8 percent.
In North Carolina, Cain leads with 27 percent, according to PPP. Gingrich and Romney tie for second place with 17 percent. Perry gets 15 percent, and Texas Rep. Ron Paul and Bachmann tie with 6 percent.
Poll shows Cain with huge lead in Georgia
The poll asked 678 registered Georgia voters who they are likely to pick in the state GOP presidential primary.
Cain, with 41 percent, ranked first by a large margin. The former businessman and talk show host received more than double the votes of second-place candidate Gingrich at 17 percent.