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POLL: EPIC-MRA Michigan Republican Primary


A new EPIC-MRA statewide survey of 612 likely Republican primary voters in Michigan (conducted 12/16 through 12/19) finds:

  • Former Gov. Mitt Romney runs at 21%, former Gov. Mike Huckabee at 19%, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani at 12%, Sen. John McCain at 10% in a statewide primary.
  • All other candidates receive less than five percent each. The margin of sampling error is four percent.

 

Comments
Paul:

EPIC is showing Giuliani down 11 points in 3 months. This poll in MI shows Guiliani running third, as he is in IA, NH, and SC. Would now appear he is down to two states he could possibly win in January: NV and FL. Could he realistically win the nomination if he goes 0 for 5 in January?

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Sabir Bashir:

I prefer Mike Huckabee

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Anthony:

Ron Paul is the only one willing to admit that our debt is 9 trillion and our children will have to pay it all back. These other guys pretend it's all ok and plan to build military bases in more countries, sending our debt higher. They may as well say "be safe with us and be slaves to us". They are as bad as the democrats who promise security in other ways. We may as well take over the world to be sure it's safe... ridiculous.

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Todd:

I prefer Ron Paul, and I will vote on election day. Please vote for the only fiscal conservative in the race.

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Sandi:

I think Mitt Romney can do more for America than all the others!! We need to shake up Washington and get this nation back on track.
He's the one we should all vote for.

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Dan:

I'm for Ron Paul...Low Taxes (as in no income tax), States Rights, Fiscal Responsibility, A humble foriegn policy, Respect for Individual Liberties, and bringing back Habeus corpus are all reasons I support him.

BTW...how is Mitt for change again apart from changing his positions constantly?

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Jon:

"BTW...how is Mitt for change again apart from changing his positions constantly?"

This is from the "If you say it often enough, it's true" school of thought. Sadly, in politics it's as good as true.

Romney isn't "changing his positions constantly." His views have changed over the years, but have stayed constant through this campaign. Why would you want to vote for someone who can't be swayed from his view in spite of incontrovertible evidence or even his/her conscience?

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