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Romney and Santorum Down in Suffolk University/7News Poll, Paul and Huntsman Up

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Romney dropped 4 percentage points to 35%. The former Massachusetts governor still holds a 15 point lead, but his margin has declined by 8 percentage points since last Tuesday, when 43% of likely Republican voters backed Romney.

Romney is followed by Paul at 20%, Huntsman at 11%, Newt Gingrich at 9% and Rick Santorum, who dropped another point to 8 percent overnight. Rick Perry and Buddy Roemer each had 1%. 15% remain undecided.

Poll Results
Mitt Romney 35%
Ron Paul 20%
Jon Huntsman 11%
Newt Gingrich 9%
Rick Santorum 8%
Buddy Roemer 1%
Rick Perry 1%

Source: Suffolk University

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  1. Joanne

    Thank God the people of New Hampshire are seeing through the lies of Rick Santorum. As a resident of Pennsylvania, I was worried that this awful man would fool NH like he fooled Iowa. Put him down now before the Santorum spreads further.

    1. chiefsteve

      I would not give these diploma mills, er, uh, universities any credibility either

      1. AZbadfish

        That was my thought also. It doesn’t surprise me that the more libertarian candidates are gaining ground in a University poll.

  2. Q. Bohlen

    I am going to vote for the most consistent candidate. Ron Paul, by whatever means necessary.

  3. S. Markus

    If everyone who says Ron Paul isn’t electable would consider electing him, then he would become instantly electable. I wish he would stop the negative campaigns against others though. They don’t do as much for him as consistency and a policy of real change.

  4. Bryan Rector

    This is the first time I actually followed the primary’s and having the internet only as my news and media source. I see the lies the MSM is spewing. Some news casts completely and deliberately ignore Ron Paul. I am a true Independent and I went to my local board of elections and made sure I was registering for Republican. I wish that we could get rid of the 2 party system and make the election process simple, but that is not going to happen. I went to school to learn more about the laws and the Constitution. And I loved the 2 hour debate Debate 1.7.2012 New Hampshire when Romney said lets ask the Expert of the Constitution, and he looks at Ron Paul. Ron Paul was the only one in my eyes was the most intelligent man there. I strongly believe in the US Constitution, but I want the add on amendments that destroy our rights given to us boy the constitution. When we ran from the King and declared our Decoration of Independence and put fourth the Laws of the land our land. To defile our Constitution and act as a dictator as Obama is doing and to write Bills and sign them like the NDAA and Patriot Act. Those Acts written by a treasonous members of congress and signed by out president is a violation of the Constitution and should be arrested and tried by the people of the USA. I Love my country and if Ron Paul don’t make it as our President then we are going down a path that leads to the destruction of the USA.

    1. Dustin Tower

      Right on!

  5. Robert Stone

    I m so tired of reading these latest polls that mention number 3, 4, 5 candidates and nothing about the one coming in second. Please report when RON PAUL comes in second, not that Gingrich went up a point, or Perry is down, or Huntsman got two votes in the first town,,, but nothing about the person getting 20 percent.. RON PAUL.
    HOW long will you deny the people in the right to hear about and from the candidate they really want…
    It just makes me fight harder; give more, campaign linger as I know RON PAUL is the only real challenge to Obama

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