Latest Gallup Poll: McCain gains, Romney Loses

UCFGavin

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http://www.galluppoll.com/content/?ci=28702

Rudy Giuliani 30

Fred Thompson 22

John McCain 18

Mitt Romney 7

Ron Paul 4

Mike Huckabee 4


I still don't like "scientific" polls, but I know lots of people live on them....figured you would like to see the latest numbers. I guess 7% is what you need to be considered "top tier"?
 

Your_Moms_Box

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I still don't think any of them stand a chance against obama or edwards.

Giuliani could beat hilary IMHO, but none of the others.

I don't trust a flip flopping mormon, and the only way guiliani can win over the republican base is if he runs against an already hated candidate like hillary.

McCain is A-too old, and B-No longer the golden boy washington outsider


Edit: I also don't like scientific polls, because for the one I took place in, i lied my ass off because i thought it was funny
 

UCFGavin

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I still don't think any of them stand a chance against obama or edwards.

Giuliani could beat hilary IMHO, but none of the others.

I don't trust a flip flopping mormon, and the only way guiliani can win over the republican base is if he runs against an already hated candidate like hillary.

McCain is A-too old, and B-No longer the golden boy washington outsider


Edit: I also don't like scientific polls, because for the one I took place in, i lied my ass off because i thought it was funny
in my opinion, the only chance the republicans have is nominating the anti-war candidate. as it stands right now, this is a republican war, and unless you're against the war, you won't win. hillary voted for the war, and obama certainly would have if he was in office at the time. however...people don't give a shit about that. that is why, IMO, Ron Paul is the only one that can beat a democratic candidate.
 

Creampier

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It's amazing how the "conservatives" and "republicans" have guys like Giuliani and Thompson and McCain on the top.

There's no Effin' way the Dems don't pull this thing out in '08. ***shudders*** We won't be any LESS doomed if any of those asscunts get nominated on the R side either.

Point of tangent/rant: DOOMED!
 

Treat_Yourself

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It's amazing how the "conservatives" and "republicans" have guys like Giuliani and Thompson and McCain on the top.

There's no Effin' way the Dems don't pull this thing out in '08. ***shudders*** We won't be any LESS doomed if any of those asscunts get nominated on the R side either.

Point of tangent/rant: DOOMED!

McCain isn't liberal or even moderate. He's very socially conservative.
 

Southpaw

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McCain is making gains with the base because he has been the candidate most closely aligned with the Administration on Iraq - and the Petraeus/Bush testimony & media campagin last week convinced many of those people that we are making significant progress in Iraq. It will be interesting to see if McCain's "surge" holds once the afterglow has worn off. Also, this video compliation of his appearance on Meet the Press is very damaging to his credibility.

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http://www.veracifier.com/episode/TPM_20070917