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POLL: Gallup Bush, GOP Primary


A new Gallup national survey (Bush analysis, GOP analysis) of 1,010 adults (conducted 10/4 through 10/7) finds:

  • 32% approve of the job George W. bush is doing as president; 64% disapprove.
  • Among 409 Republicans and those who lean Republican, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (at 32%) leads former Sen. Fred Thompson (20%) and Sen. John McCain (16%) in a national primary; former Gov. Mitt Romney trails at 9%, former Gov. Mike Huckabee at 7%. All other candidates receive less than five percent each.
  • Favorable-Unfavorable ratings (n=409):
    Giuliani (72-15)
    McCain (61-24)
    Thompson (53-10)
    Romney (45-15)
    Huckabee (26-9)
    Paul (14-14)

 

Comments
John Anderson:

As a resident of Massachusetts, its nice to see Mitt Romney lagging so far behind in the polls. Although you may see a better showing in Iowa and New Hampshire due to the huge amounts of money he is dumping into these primaries. I have rarely seen a candidate so willing to drop his core beliefs [if he has any] in order to tell people what they want to hear. In MA he told us he was more liberal than Ted Kennedy on the gay issue, abortion, etc.

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