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Of the Leaders in the Iowa Caucus In What Order Do You Approve of the Candidates?

safari 2012/01/04 04:03:15
Presidential Candidates 2012
Paul 1, Romney 2, Santorum 3
Paul 1, Santorum 2, Romney 3
Santorum 1, Paul 2, Romney 3
Santorum 1, Romney 2, Paul 3
Romney 1, Paul 2, Santorum 3
Romney 1, Santorum 2, Paul 3
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Even if you only like one candidate and wouldn't vote for any other - this ranking is merely to show how much you approve of the three by placing them in order of approval not who you would or wouldn't vote for.
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  • Kane Fernau 2012/01/04 04:40:15
    Santorum 1, Romney 2, Paul 3
    Kane Fernau
    +8
    i'll hold my nose and vote against democrats no matter who the nominee is.

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  • DefendnProtect 2012/01/06 15:00:05
    Paul 1, Romney 2, Santorum 3
    DefendnProtect
    +1
    I think Santorum is the most dangerous warmonger who will ruin the country even further into debt slavery and unemployement. Sucking purchasing power out local communities into his war machine for crony industrialists, the Zionists and their banksters.
  • Cain2012~POTL~PWCM~JLA 2012/01/06 02:41:38
  • Michaelene 2012/01/06 00:41:57
    Romney 1, Paul 2, Santorum 3
    Michaelene
    +1
    I'm not happy with any of them but Obama must go
  • Cain201... Michaelene 2012/01/06 02:41:54 (edited)
  • Marty9957 2012/01/05 05:09:00
    Santorum 1, Paul 2, Romney 3
    Marty9957
    +4
    Quite frankly anyone but Obama is who I want.

    But Romney concerns me...especially with McCain supporting him. McCain just put the knives in our back with his co-re-writing of the NDAA. So, that bothers me, because of Romney's record...the numbers are adding up wrong to me.

    Santorum - I liked what he had to say today in New Hampshire.

    Paul - He needs to get talking a bit more realistic regarding foreign affairs. But really his domestic policies are the best of all of the candidates because of the reduction of government, the reductions of spending, getting back to the Constitution and returning the power back to the states.
  • safari Marty9957 2012/01/05 08:04:58
    safari
    +2
    None of them are perfect Marty that is for sure but next to obama they all shine. I have the same concerns re Romney but I'd take him and his appointees over obama any day. The minute obama is out the faith in the nation will begin to grow again in the business sector - even if we are just stalling the agenda - it's better than allowing obama full force reign.
  • Marty9957 safari 2012/01/05 13:35:56
    Marty9957
    Don't get me wrong, I am not one who will stay at home just because i didn't get my choice. I will vote for the Republican nominee. I just think that I should make my feelings known so maybe the candidates will get wind of it and address those issues which concern me. I have made my representatives aware, now I have to make every one else aware. Maybe others have the issues and my voice will get louder.
  • Arel 2012/01/04 19:50:32
    Paul 1, Santorum 2, Romney 3
    Arel
    +3
    Romney is not a true conservative..........I do not care for him.
  • safari Arel 2012/01/04 22:17:31
    safari
    +3
    Me neither too much but if he wins I'll support him like there is no tomorrow because another four years of obama would make all of the tomorrows the most tragic.
  • Arel safari 2012/01/09 15:23:11
    Arel
    As will I.
  • Jackie G - Poker Playing Pa... 2012/01/04 19:49:22
    Romney 1, Santorum 2, Paul 3
    Jackie G - Poker Playing Patriot
    +3
    No interest in Paul at all
  • safari Jackie ... 2012/01/04 22:18:13
    safari
    +2
    Hi Jackie What do you like best about Romney?
  • Jackie ... safari 2012/01/04 22:38:43
    Jackie G - Poker Playing Patriot
    +1
    I like the successful business experience best and the limited political background. I am sick to death of long term politicians and ideologues (we have both in the WH now) - time to actually do something new - treat government with some of the 'rules' in business (not all, of course) - such as accounting for every damn dime spent, cutting agencies, departments and so on that produce nothing, cutting middle management and running lean and mean. Business knows how to do that and he has saved companies by showing them how to do it - some could not and failed but his record of saving them is greater - many have expanded and created jobs.
    Big sales point for me.
  • safari Jackie ... 2012/01/05 00:37:40
    safari
    +2
    Thanks. I actually do like that about him too. I think someone who has business expertise and can take that to the presidency is a real bonus. I believe that was what made Cain so popular with his supporters above all. People are sick of career politicians.
  • Jackie ... safari 2012/01/05 00:42:34
    Jackie G - Poker Playing Patriot
    +1
    I think you are right!
  • Marty9957 safari 2012/01/05 13:42:10
    Marty9957
    The only problem there is he thinks, like Obama, he knows best and will have a problem listening to those who elected him. That is my greatest concern. You see what Obama has done....he thinks this is a dictatorship and he has not only the power but the responsibility to act unilaterally without congress to get his way. BAD.
  • Sheepdog 2012/01/04 19:35:23
    Paul 1, Santorum 2, Romney 3
    Sheepdog
    +4
    I'm for Ron Paul and imho feel the other two are like voting for the lesser of the evils.
  • safari Sheepdog 2012/01/04 22:18:37
    safari
    +3
    A lot of his supporters seem to feel that way.
  • Herb 2012/01/04 19:20:26
    Romney 1, Santorum 2, Paul 3
    Herb
    +2
    i called this on another page damn im good by the polling data coming out of iowa that santorum would pull it off. but my pics one damn good polling in iowa.
  • safari Herb 2012/01/04 22:19:12
    safari
    +1
    Hi thanks for commenting. What do you like best about Romney?
  • Herb safari 2012/01/04 23:31:26
    Herb
    +1
    don't anybody but obama.
    jan 10

    now thinking in new hampshire romeny, gingrich and paul
    tuesday jan 10

    The latest Rasmussen Reports statewide telephone survey of Likely Republican Primary Voters shows Romney with 33% of the vote, followed by Gingrich at 22%. Paul now picks up 18% support, his best showing in the Granite State so far. Former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman comes in fourth with 10% of the vote, with no other candidate reaching double digits. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

    New Hampshire GOP Primary
    Source: Suffolk University Poll Romney (R) 41%
    Undecided 16%
    Paul (R) 15%
    Gingrich (R) 11%
    Huntsman (R) 9%
    Santorum (R) 3%
    Bachmann (R) 3%
    Perry (R) 2%
    Roemer (R) 1%

    New Hampshire GOP Primary
    Source: CNN/Time/Opinion Research Corporation Poll Romney (R) 44%
    Paul (R) 17%
    Gingrich (R) 16%
    Huntsman (R) 9%
    Santorum (R) 4%
    Undecided 4%
    Bachmann (R) 3%
    Perry (R) 2%
    None of the above 1%

    New Hampshire GOP Primary
    Source: Suffolk University Poll Romney (R) 38%
    Gingrich (R) 20%
    Huntsman (R) 13%
    Undecided 11%
    Paul (R) 8%
    Bachmann (R) 3%
    Roemer (R) 2%
    Santorum (R) 2%
    None of the above 2%
    Perry (R) 1%
    Johnson (R) 1%

    New Hampshire GOP Primary
    Source: CNN/Opinion Research Corporation Poll Romney (R) 35%
    Gingrich (R) 26%
    Paul (R) 17%
    Huntsman (R) 8%
    Undecided 6%
    Bachmann (R) 3%
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    don't anybody but obama.
    jan 10

    now thinking in new hampshire romeny, gingrich and paul
    tuesday jan 10

    The latest Rasmussen Reports statewide telephone survey of Likely Republican Primary Voters shows Romney with 33% of the vote, followed by Gingrich at 22%. Paul now picks up 18% support, his best showing in the Granite State so far. Former Utah Governor Jon Huntsman comes in fourth with 10% of the vote, with no other candidate reaching double digits. (To see survey question wording, click here.)

    New Hampshire GOP Primary
    Source: Suffolk University Poll Romney (R) 41%
    Undecided 16%
    Paul (R) 15%
    Gingrich (R) 11%
    Huntsman (R) 9%
    Santorum (R) 3%
    Bachmann (R) 3%
    Perry (R) 2%
    Roemer (R) 1%

    New Hampshire GOP Primary
    Source: CNN/Time/Opinion Research Corporation Poll Romney (R) 44%
    Paul (R) 17%
    Gingrich (R) 16%
    Huntsman (R) 9%
    Santorum (R) 4%
    Undecided 4%
    Bachmann (R) 3%
    Perry (R) 2%
    None of the above 1%

    New Hampshire GOP Primary
    Source: Suffolk University Poll Romney (R) 38%
    Gingrich (R) 20%
    Huntsman (R) 13%
    Undecided 11%
    Paul (R) 8%
    Bachmann (R) 3%
    Roemer (R) 2%
    Santorum (R) 2%
    None of the above 2%
    Perry (R) 1%
    Johnson (R) 1%

    New Hampshire GOP Primary
    Source: CNN/Opinion Research Corporation Poll Romney (R) 35%
    Gingrich (R) 26%
    Paul (R) 17%
    Huntsman (R) 8%
    Undecided 6%
    Bachmann (R) 3%
    None of the above 2%
    Santorum (R) 2%
    Perry (R) 2%

    New Hampshire GOP Primary
    Source: NBC/Marist College poll Romney (R) 39%
    Gingrich (R) 24%
    Paul (R) 16%
    Huntsman (R) 9%
    Undecided 4%
    Perry (R) 3%
    Bachmann (R) 3%
    Santorum (R) 2%

    New Hampshire GOP Primary
    Source: WMUR/UNH Poll Romney (R) 42%
    Gingrich (R) 15%
    Paul (R) 12%
    Huntsman (R) 8%
    Perry (R) 4%
    Cain (R) 4%
    Bachmann (R) 2%
    Santorum (R) 1%
    Johnson (R) 1%
    Roemer (R) 1%
    None of the above 1%

    New Hampshire GOP Primary
    Source: Suffolk University Poll Romney (R) 41%
    Gingrich (R) 14%
    Paul (R) 14%
    Huntsman (R) 9%
    Undecided 9%
    Cain (R) 8%
    Santorum (R) 3%
    Perry (R) 2%
    Bachmann (R) 1%

    New Hampshire '12 General Election
    Source: Bloomberg News poll Romney (R) 50%
    Obama (D) 40%
    Undecided 9%
    None of the above 1%

    New Hampshire GOP Primaries
    Source: Magellan Data and Mapping Strategies New Hampshire GOP Primary Romney (R) 36%
    Perry (R) 18%
    Paul (R) 14%
    Bachmann (R) 10%
    Undecided 10%
    Cain (R) 3%
    None of the above 3%
    Huntsman (R) 3%
    Gingrich (R) 2%
    Santorum (R) 1%

    New Hampshire GOP Primaries
    Source: Public Policy Polling Romney (R) 25%
    Bachmann (R) 18%
    Palin (R) 11%
    Paul (R) 9%
    Perry (R) 7%
    None of the above 7%
    Cain (R) 7%
    Pawlenty (R) 6%
    Huntsman (R) 6%
    Gingrich (R) 4%

    WMUR Granite State Poll
    Source: WMUR Romney (R) 35%
    Bachmann (R) 12%
    Paul (R) 7%
    Giuliani (R) 7%
    Perry (R) 4%
    Pawlenty (R) 3%
    Palin (R) 3%
    Huntsman (R) 2%
    Gingrich (R) 1%

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    2004
    2000
    General:
    Obama 54%
    McCain 45%

    GOP Primary:
    McCain 38%
    Romney 32%
    Huckabee 11%
    Giuliani 9%
    Paul 8%

    Democratic Primary:
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    Obama 37%
    Edwards 17%
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  • safari Herb 2012/01/05 00:39:50
    safari
    +2
    Me too on the anyone but obama. I think Gingrich has a better following there also than in Iowa. I wonder who Michelle will throw her support to. I think a lot of people liked her but didn't see her as presidential. Not that it is that much to throw but in this next month there will be a lot of trend setting going on. Thanks for this info!
  • Herb safari 2012/01/05 07:09:23
    Herb
    +1
    the polls in new hamshire show romeny, gingrich, paul. if he hangs in there romeny wont do good in the southern states. sc, florida etc. michelle make a good cabinet member if the gop front runners smart take rubuio as vp for the spanish vote.
  • safari Herb 2012/01/05 08:07:07
    safari
    +2
    Rubio has the qualification problem - due to his parent's status at birth. Although now that we have vetted a complete fraud - I am not sure how that would affect anything. But technically, he isn't constitutionally qualified. I read a lot of info on this when the subject first came up. But I really like Rubio a lot!
  • Herb safari 2012/01/05 17:08:48
    Herb
    me to. put paul in the cabinet bachman and newt wow votes like crazy santorum some where to.
  • jr 2012/01/04 16:01:02
    Paul 1, Santorum 2, Romney 3
    jr
    +4
    If Paul does not rid himself of the liberal attack dogs in his campaign, I fear he will destroy any chances of getting the republican nomination
  • safari jr 2012/01/04 19:06:32
    safari
    +3
    I don't know how he can accomplish that jr - he can't control these rouge individuals - so I think a very good measure is for us regular folks who are aware of it to make it known as much as possible.
  • Marty9957 safari 2012/01/05 05:02:47
    Marty9957
    +1
    I really liked his speech toward the end of the caucus. In fact I think it was one of the best he has given. He spoke intelligently and focused.
  • safari Marty9957 2012/01/05 08:07:58
    safari
    +1
    Well darn I missed it - I wasn't able to watch until near the end.
  • mark 1 2012/01/04 15:10:41
    Paul 1, Romney 2, Santorum 3
    mark 1
    +3
    Voting for Romney is voting for democrats
  • safari mark 1 2012/01/04 19:07:02
    safari
    +3
    He should just join their party
  • mark 1 safari 2012/01/04 20:00:23
    mark 1
    +2
    That is for sure but if he did then we the people would not think we are running our country and have choice. There is only one party and that party is Government.
  • safari mark 1 2012/01/04 22:20:35
  • mark 1 safari 2012/01/04 22:25:24
  • safari mark 1 2012/01/05 00:40:44
    safari
    +1
    We have so much work to do - I wish I had not been so asleep - when I thought all along I was so awake.
  • mark 1 safari 2012/01/05 01:13:32
    mark 1
    We is 100% correct! If we don't awakeWE are over and they win but how do we awake the WETHE PEOPLE to the truth when they run everything? I wish i was able to do so!
  • Torchmanner ~PWCM~JLA 2012/01/04 14:42:02
    Santorum 1, Romney 2, Paul 3
    Torchmanner ~PWCM~JLA
    +4
    I will stand behind whoever is nominated, but Santorum is my pick right now.
  • safari Torchma... 2012/01/04 19:07:22
    safari
    +2
    Me too - I am definitely an anyone but obama person.
  • Cain201... Torchma... 2012/01/06 02:43:30
  • Lee The Hybrid Snowflake 2012/01/04 14:22:18
    Romney 1, Santorum 2, Paul 3
    Lee The Hybrid Snowflake
    +1
    Romney because I think that's who we're going to end up with anyway. I would be very surprised if it's Ron Paul, they have already painted the poor man a loon.

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