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NH: Republican Primaries (PPP 4/17-18)

Topics: New Hampshire , poll

Public Policy Polling (D)
4/17-18/10; 642 likely Republican primary voters, 3.9% margin of error
Mode: Automated phone
(PPP release)

New Hampshire

2010 Senate: Republican Primary
Ayotte 43%, Binnie 19%, Bender 11%, Lamontagne 5%, Alciere 1%

2010 Governor: Republican Primary
Stephen 29%, Testerman 15%, Kimball 10%

2012 President: Republican Primary
Romney 39%, Palin 13%, Gingrich 11%, Huckabee 11%, Paul 7%, Pawlenty 3%, Barbour 1%, Santorum 1%

 

Comments
Sean Murphy:

New Hampshire should be all Romney's in 2012 as Palin and Huckabee just aren't good fits there.

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Aaron_in_TX:

True, but Romney led all the IA and NH polls until the last few weeks leading up to the 2008 primaries too, and he ended up losing them both.

I think people intuitively know that Romney is a political opportunist with few convictions, although most see him as qualified to be president. That leaves an opening for someone more passionate or committed.

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CHRIS MERKEY:

i can't see the reps winning with any of these people. I hope they run any of these in 2012. Huckabee and Palin can't win any of the Northeastern, Pacific, Midwest states. I think Huckabee could win Iowa, IN but not NM, CO. Romney would have a problem in the South but against Obama, the Mormonism probably wouldn't matter. Santorum please, we kicked him out in 2006. This is supposed to be one of the leading candidates but can't win a senate seat. Not to mention it was a landside. He has a problem in PA, NJ, New England, Midwest states, Pacific Coast, Florida. Barbour and Paul no chance!!!! Gingrich, I think would be the toughest opponent but still dont' think he wins.

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