Public Policy Polling, the same Democrat polling agency mentioned in the previous post also has this Iowa-specific information:
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Who is in the Running for the Interested American GOP Endorsement? At this point in time, the answer is:
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The Council on American-Islamic Relations boasts that a “capacity crowd” turned out for its 14th annual fundraising banquet earlier this week. But there was at least one prominent no-show: congressman and former presidential candidate, Ron Paul.
Paul, an outspoken critic of the Iraq war, has become a darling of the Wahhabi lobby in Washington. But WND has learned that he turned down an invitation to speak at CAIR’s confab in Washington at which a number of CAIR officials were slapped with a legal summons.
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Giuliani 26 (-7 vs. 10/19 poll)
Huckabee 17 (+9)
McCain 13 (+4)
Romney 12 (-5)
Thompson 9 (-4)
Paul 3 (na)
Source: Insider Advantage via Real Clear Politics
Hillary Clinton (D) 42%
Rudy Giuliani (R) 39%
Ron Paul (L) 8%
Ralph Nader (G) 4%
Source: Rasmussen Reports
If the 2008 Republican presidential primary were held today, whom would you support if the candidates are:
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Source: Marist College Institute for Public Opinion / WNBC
Methodology: Telephone interviews with 306 Republicans and Republican leaning independents, conducted from Oct. 29 to Nov. 1, 2007. Margin of error is 5.5 per cent.