Florida Primary: Cain 30%, Romney 24%, Gingrich 19%

Presidential Candidate Herman Cain remains strong in Florida despite sexual misconduct allegations. In a head to head match-up Cain does is down 11 points against President Obama.

As he continues to battle media coverage over past sexual harassment allegations, businessman Herman Cain leads other Republican hopefuls in the first Rasmussen Reports look at the GOP primary race in Florida.

The latest statewide telephone survey of Likely Republican Primary voters shows Cain with 30% support while former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney picks up 24% of the vote. Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich draws support from 19% of Florida GOP voters with no other candidate picking up double-digits.

via 2012 Florida Republican Primary – Rasmussen Reports™.

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  1. Cain has the lead momentarily in Florida.  This guy still has nothing except a lot of women making harassment claims against him. He is still a one dog and pony show with his flawed 9-9-9 plan. When asked any question he refers to the 9-9-9 plan. He nor Gingrich is going anywhere because they can’t win a national election. We Independents will not vote for the flat earth folks(bible thumping religious fanatics and tea bagging lunatics). The GOP has to have the Independent vote. They have proved they cannot govern with their antics in the House of Representatives.  The american public is fed up with the my way or the highway, no compromise crowd. Our government won’t function without compromise. Florida had better get with it and realize that Romney is the only candidate that has a chance of beating Obama.If the far right of the state want to run a tea bagger or one supported you have lost the support of we Independents. You will go down in flames as Christine O’Donnell did in Delaware in 2010. It will be the same results as Goldwater had in 1964 when the party was taken over by the far right, then they were called John Bircher’s instead of tea baggers.