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Paul Gains On Romney in Recent Poll

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Ron Paul has cut into Mitt Romney’s huge hometown lead in New Hampshire in a recent Public Policy Polling New Hampshire Primary poll where Romney finished with 36% to Paul’s 21%. Jon Huntsman, whose campaign lives and dies in New Hampshire is still in the distance at 12%. Newt Gingrich continue to lose support and …

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Hunstman and Gingrich Up in Recent CNN Poll

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Newt Gingrich has turned New Hampshire into a race in recent CNN/Time poll that shows Romney’s huge lead has been cut to just 9%. Ron Paul made a strong showing with 17% and is now in range to pull a possible upset in New Hampshire as well. Jon Huntsman, who has been left for dead …

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Romney Edges Gingrich, Paul and Huntsman in Close New Hampshire Straw Poll

New Hampshire favorite Mitt Romney held off the surging Newt Gingrich to register a victory in the 3rd 2012NewHamsphirePrimary.com Straw Poll beating him by just 9 votes. Previous winner Ron Paul showed strong with 19% of the vote while Jon Huntsman looks as if he is starting to pick up steam and finished in fourth …

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Cain and Paul Dominate in Online New Hampshire Straw Poll

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Herman Cain the most recent 2012NewHampshirePrimary.com straw poll with 2,782 out of 10,001 votes (28% of the vote). Previous winner Ron Paul finished a close second with 2,653 votes (27% of the vote). Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney and Jon Huntsman finished with a Cain worthy 999 (9% each), followed closely by Rick Perry at 8%. …

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Romney’s Lead Slipping in New Hamsphire Primary Recent Poll

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The New Hampshire Primary is a must win for hometown Mitt Romney, but the sudden surge of Herman Cain has now put a threat to Romney’s huge lead in New Hampshire. In a recent Insider Advantage poll Herman Cain rose to 24% while Romney has fallen to 39%. Romney has been as high as 45% …

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