Election 2012: New Hampshire Republican Primary

Thursday, October 27, 2011

The latest look at the Republican Primary race in New Hampshire shows former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney remains the clear frontrunner.

The latest Rasmussen Reports statewide telephone survey of Likely GOP Primary voters shows Romney with 41% support. Georgia Businessman Herman Cain comes in a distant second with 17% of the vote while Texas Congressman Ron Paul picks up 11% support.

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich receives support from eight percent (8%) while former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman attracts seven percent (7%). No other candidate reaches five percent (5%) support. Two percent (2%) prefer some other candidate, and five percent (5%) more are undecided.

via Election 2012: New Hampshire Republican Primary – Rasmussen Reports™.

New Hampshire Republican Presidential Primary

Polling Data

Poll Date Romney Cain Paul Gingrich Huntsman Perry Spread
RCP Average 10/16 – 10/25 40.0 18.0 11.3 6.0 6.0 3.3 Romney +22.0
Rasmussen Reports 10/25 – 10/25 41 17 11 8 7 4 Romney +24
CNN/Time 10/20 – 10/25 40 13 12 5 6 4 Romney +27
Insider Advantage 10/16 – 10/16 39 24 11 5 5 2 Romney +15

See All New Hampshire Republican Presidential Primary Polling Data

via RealClearPolitics – Election 2012 – New Hampshire Republican Presidential Primary.

Mitt Romney 41%

Herman Cain 17%

Rick Perry 11%

Newt Gingrich 8%

Jon Huntsman 7%

Politisite Political projections two months ago said Bachmann would win Iowa, Ronmey would take  New Hampshire, and Cain would stun pundits by winning South Carolina Primaries

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