Poll: Mitt Leads New Hampshire, Paul & Huntsman Closing…

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Huntsman, New Hampshire, Polls, Republicans, Romney, Ron Paul

From Public Policy Polling…

Mitt Romney continues to be headed for a comfortable win in New Hampshire. PPP’s final poll there finds him with 35% to 18% for Ron Paul, 16% for Jon Huntsman, 12% for Newt Gingrich, 11% for Rick Santorum, 3% for Buddy Roemer, and 1% for Rick Perry.

Romney’s support has been remarkably consistent over the course of PPP’s three Granite State tracking polls, never straying from 35-36%. He’s the most popular of the candidates in the state, with a 60/34 favorability rating. And he also has the most committed supporters…85% of them say they’re definitely going to vote for him and when you look at the race just among those whose minds are completely made up his lead over Paul expands to 40-19.

Still, could Mitt’s “fire” comment cost him some votes?

I think so, and that could make it a lot closer than Mitt may want.

Still, he’ll win. That’s my predict.

More as it develops…


This entry was posted on Tuesday, January 10th, 2012 and is filed under Huntsman, New Hampshire, Polls, Republicans, Romney, Ron Paul. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

One Response to “Poll: Mitt Leads New Hampshire, Paul & Huntsman Closing…”

  1. me Says:

    Ron Paul is the smart choice and the people of New Hampshire will see that because the fact is that Ron Paul is the only one who does not have to defend his record.And the people know and see that.

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