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Zogby: Christie, Romney GOP Favorites for 2012

Tuesday, 09 Nov 2010 06:45 PM


While there is no clear-cut leader among possible Republican contenders for President, a new Zogby Interactive poll conducted Nov. 3-5 shows Republican voters may be looking for a fresh face, as New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie leads a list of possible candidates with 19 percent.

Following Christie among Republican voters are former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney with 17 percent, and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin with 14 percent. The largest percentage of Republicans (27 percent) are not sure who they would support in 2012.

Complete poll results:
  • Not sure: 27 percent
  • Chris Christie: 19 percent
  • Mitt Romney: 17 percent
  • Sarah Palin: 14 percent
  • Jeb Bush: 6 percent
  • Tim Pawlenty: 4 percent
  • Mitch Daniels: 3 percent
  • Haley Barbour: 3 percent
  • None of the above: 5 percent
  • Will vote for the Democrat: 2 percent
Totals may not add up to 100 percent due to rounding.

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