Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Gingrich Leads in Six National and State Polls Released on Tuesday

Former Speaker Newt Gingrich continues to show electoral strength  Six polls were released on Tuesday.  Gingrich had significant leads in all of them.

National (Gallup Tracking)
Former Speaker Newt Gingrich
Gingrich 37
Romney 22

Iowa (ABC News/Washington Post) Gingrich 33
Romney 18
Paul 18

Iowa (CBS News/New York Times)
Gingrich 31
Romney 17
Paul 16

South Carolina (Winthrop)
Gingrich 38
Romney 22

Colorado (Public Policy Polling)
Gingrich 37
Romney 18

North Carolina (Public Policy Polling)
Gingrich 51
Romney 14



The rise before his total implosion.

Paul K. Ogden said...


There has to be an anti-Romney candidate left standing at some point. It is clear Republicans do not want to nominate Romney.

Indy Student said...

There's a couple who haven't gotten the "Not Romney" bump.

Jon Huntsman, even though his campaign is painting him as some moderate, has positions that aren't just to the right of Romney but "To the right of most conservatives" as the American Conservative magazine wrote.

Santorum has literally visited every Iowa county and practically lives in Iowa.

Ron Paul is making a steady climb in the polls, and his base is dedicated. BUT can he build on top of that?

Meanwhile, Gingrich's campaign couldn't name 40 people to be New Hampshire delegates. I think his Iowa offices just got phones installed yesterday.

Does that really sound like a campaign that can get people to go spend a cold Iowa evening, while people are still recovering from New Year's hangovers, in some church basement or school gym?