Iowa: Cain 1st, Gingrich 2nd, Romney 3rd

Public Policy Polling, the same Democrat polling agency mentioned in the previous post also has this Iowa-specific information:

Herman Cain 20%
Newt Gingrich 19%
Mitt Romney 14%
Michele Bachmann 10%
Ron Paul 10%
Rick Perry 5%
Rick Santorum 4%
Jon Huntsman 2%
Gary Johnson 1%

Democrat Polling Firm Has Gingrich 1st, Cain 2nd, Romney 3rd

Newt GingrichImage via WikipediaHerman CainImage via WikipediaGovernor Mitt Romney of MAImage via WikipediaPerry Event 2/1/2010Image via WikipediaRon Paul at the 2007 National Right to Life Co...Image via WikipediaNewt Gingrich 28%
Herman Cain 25%
Mitt Romney 18%
Rick Perry 6%
Ron Paul 5%
Michele Bachmann 5%
Jon Huntsman 3%
Rick Santorum 1%
Gary Johnson 1%

Source: Public Policy Polling

Sarah Palin Still Favorite for IA Endorsement, Michele Bachmann & Rick Perry Move Up

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Who is in the Running for the Interested American GOP Endorsement? At this point in time, the answer is:

1. Sarah Palin
2. Michele Bachmann
3. Rick Perry
4. Rick Santorum
5. Mitt Romney
6. Tim Pawlenty
7. Gary Johnson
8. Herman Cain
9. Rudy Giuliani
10. Ron Paul
11. Newt Gingrich
12. Jon Huntsman

Sarah Palin Would Gain IA Endorsement if She Runs, Rick Santorum if She Doesn’t

Sarah Palin in Savannah, Georgia, Dec 1, 2008 ...Image via Wikipedia
Who is in the Running for the Interested American GOP Endorsement? At this point in time, the answer is:

1. Sarah Palin
2. Rick Santorum
3. Michele Bachmann
4. Rick Perry
5. Herman Cain
6. Tim Pawlenty
7. Mitt Romney
8. Rudy Giuliani
9. Gary Johnson
10. Ron Paul
11. Jon Huntsman
12. Newt Gingrich

Ron Paul Rejects CAIR Terror Group Invitation

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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 30, McCain 17, Romney 13, Thompson 12 etc…

If the 2008 Republican presidential primary were held today, whom would you support if the candidates are:

Nov. 2007 May 2007 Feb. 2007
Rudy Giuliani 30% 28% 28%
John McCain 17% 18% 21%
Mitt Romney 13% 7% 10%
Fred Thompson 12% 13% n.a.
Mike Huckabee 5% 2% 1%
Ron Paul 2% 1%
Duncan Hunter 1% 2% 1%
Tom Tancredo 1% 1%
Newt Gingrich n.a. 8% 11%
Tommy Thompson n.a. 3% 1%
Sam Brownback n.a. 2% 1%
Chuck Hagel n.a. 1%
Other n.a. n.a. 2%
Undecided 20% 15% 22%

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.