The former U.S. House Speaker leads in Mississippi according to an
American Research Group poll that had Gingrich at 35 percent, followed
by former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney at 31 percent and former
Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum at 20 percent. But a Rasmussen Poll of
Mississippi showed Romney in the lead with 35 percent, followed by
Gingrich and Santorum tied at 27 percent .
A Rasmussen Poll of Alabama shows a dead heat: Gingrich at 30
percent, Santorum at 29 and Romney at 28. Alabama State University’s
Center for Leadership and Public Policy showed Gingrich and Romney
virtually tied at 20.7 percent and 20.2 percent, respectively, with
Santorum at 16.6 percent. Gingrich’s support jumped 7 percentage points
in a week in the Alabama State poll.
Some 53 percent of Republicans and Republican leaners say they’re “more
enthusiastic than usual about voting,” compared with just 45 percent of Democrats and Democratic leaners, according to data from a USA Today/Gallup poll released Thursday.
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“Even with sales up in February over January, we are still seeking to align our production with demand,” GM spokesman Chris Lee said.
The car company had hoped to sell 45,000 Chevy Volts in America this
year, according to the Detrot News, but has only sold about 1,626 over
the first two months of 2012.
So he’s cutting and running. WA-06 was D+5 under the old map, and
didn’t particularly change much under the new one (Washington is a rare
blue state that actually gained a district because of the last Census);
this district is still favorable to the Democrats, but it’s now
legitimately in play. And by all accounts it’s a blue-collar district
that is going to want a Democratic candidate that is pretty much like
Dicks in terms of defense policy; whether the Democratic party can find
them one – or one that can fake it well enough – is a matter of some