Monday, January 21, 2008

New Rasmussen poll: Romney Leads Florida Primary 1/21

Rasmussen Report Reveals Romney Leads Florida Primary

The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey finds Mitt Romney with a slight lead in Florida's Republican Presidential Primary.

John McCain and Rudy Giuliani are close behind in what may develop into a three-man race. It's Romney at 25 percent, McCain at 20 percent, and Giuliani at 19 percent. Romney has picked up seven points over the past week while McCain and Giuliani each inched up a point.

Last week, before the Michigan and South Carolina Primaries, Rasmussen Reports polling found essentially a four-way tie for the lead in Florida. However, Mike Huckabee has slipped to 13 percent in the current poll. A week ago, he was the top choice for 17 percent.

One major wild card in the race may be Fred Thompson. The former Senator from Tennessee is considering dropping out of the race after a disappointing showing in South Carolina last Saturday. Twelve percent of Florida's Likely Republican Primary Voters still support the actor turned politician.

Even though early voting has already begun, the race remains incredibly fluid. Just 54 percent of likely voters say they are "certain" of how they will vote. Six percent have not yet made up their mind and 12 percent said there's a good chance they could change their mind.

Giuliani and Huckabee have the most solid support at this time. Sixty-seven percent of Giuliani's supporters are "certain" they will vote for him along with 65 percent of those who favor Huckabee. For Romney, just 55 percent are that certain. For McCain, just 48 percent are that certain. In fact, 22 percent of McCain's supporters still said there's a good chance they could change their mind.

The survey of 754 Likely Primary Voters was conducted Jan. 20, 2008.

Margin of Sampling Error +/- 4 percentage points.


Christopher said...

With his momentum going into Florida and his constant endorsements Romney will do very well in the state.

I don't expect Huck to register on the radar. Rudy and McCain will be duking it out, Romney is already well ahead of Rudy and is causing Rudy to change message in the state he's been in for over a month, reaction not leadership. Rudy has bet the farm and everyone sees that he has got alot to lose, he's a might big underdog with his support slipping in each primary so far.

Romney, not McCain is coming out as the clear choice, but McCain will be a tough nut to crack.

Anonymous said...

McCain is a FRAUD. I’m from Arizona and I even have friends that worked for him and they say he’s a FRAUD jerk old idiot like bush clinton.

He’s a corporate whore like Ted “Chapaquidick Glug-Glug” Kennedy.

He wants to send ALL of our young men to the other side of the world to die for his pet war projects and bring every damn murderous Mexican into our country and let ‘em stay forever under his Comprehensive Immigration CLOAK.

If it smells like AMNESTY – it is AMNESTY.
He wants the filthy Mexicans and cheap labor IT etc to have ALL of our middle class jobs and, since all young American will be dying on the other side of the world, these low-life scum bags might just as well have their women too.

Remember The Alamo! Would Sam Houston and Davy Crockett vote for AMNESTY? Have we not learned anything from our history? Do we not care about the quality of our American culture?

he bleeding-heart liberals like McCain won’t become conservative and start doing what’s right until one of their new-style Americans (MS 13 types) rape and sodomize his wife, daughter and dog.

McCain and the other elitist democrats don’t give a rat’s damn about the American culture, only about the American corporations operating off-shore because that’s where these bastards can hide their bribes and payoffs without us seeing them.

It’s time for America to demand better. Besides, these Mexican scumbags and their whore wives are just UGLY! Mexico has always been our ENEMY and they always will be. Se hable your freekin ass Jose. Get out of our country and STAY OUT!

billary m cain just want illegal alien voting fraud to their 2008,this country becoming anarchy just like south the border