Polls conducted by Clarus Research before and after the first Presidential Debate show Gov. Mitt Romney getting a 5-point bounce from his dominating performance over President Barack Obama:

NATIONAL JOURNAL: A new poll shows a slight change in the presidential race immediately following Wednesday night’s debate in Denver, with a 4-point lead for President Obama the day before the debate becoming a 1-point deficit the day after his uninspiring performance.

On Tuesday, the Washington, D.C.-based Clarus Research Group surveyed 590 likely voters and found Obama leading Mitt Romney, 49 percent to 45 percent. On Thursday, Clarus found, in an identical number of interviews, that Romney had inched ahead by 1 point, 47 percent to 46 percent.

Obama’s support slipped by 3 points and Romney’s ticked up by 2 points. Because the margin of error for each survey is plus-or-minus 4 percentage points, the change between the two polls is not statistically significant. Additionally, conducting a poll only in one day can introduce additional sources of error. . . Read More

The result Clarus got is at least partially confirmed by the Rasmussen Tracking Poll, which now has Romney ahead by two-points, 49%-47%, a four-point swing since the debate. Of course, the key question is whether Mitt Romney can sustain this momentum through two more Presidential Debates and all the twists and turns of the final 30-days of the Campaign. It’s impossible to know, but one thing’s for sure – Romney helped himself a lot with his showing in the first debate.

Post-Debate Polls Show Mitt Romney Getting 4-5 Point Bounce from Trouncing of Obama in First Presidential Debate – 10/6/12

The first Gallup Daily Tracking Poll on the head-to-head matchup between President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney has Romney leading by two points, 47%-45%. The Gallup Daily Tracking Poll covers five days of interviews, and will continue all the way to the November 6 General Election Day.

Rasmussen’s Daily Tracking Poll puts Romney ahead of Obama by three-points, 47%-44% today. You can go here to check all the latest Romney vs. Obama Election Polls.

Initial Gallup “Romney vs. Obama” Daily Tracking Poll Shows Romney Leading by Two Points – 4/16/12

A new EPIC-MRA Poll out of Michigan shows President Barack Obama with only a 4-point lead over Mitt Romney there. Obama won Michigan by 16-points in the 2008 Election.

For Obama to be below 50% in such a strongly blue state has to be troublesome to his campaign. If we head into the Fall and you see the Obama Campaign having to spend lots of time and resources in states like Wisconsin and Michigan – which he won by double-digits in 2008 – you will know he is in big trouble.

We’re leaving Michigan in Obama’s column for now, but will look to see if other polls in the days ahead show a tight race there. Public Policy Polling and NBC in February showed Obama with a big lead there, but their polls often are optimistic for Obama anyway (especially NBC).

New Poll Shows Obama Leading Mitt Romney by only 4-points in Michigan – 4/9/12

New Poll – 2012 Election – National

7/15-17/11

PPP

Romney

45

Obama

45

Tie

Bachmann

41

Obama

48

+7

Pawlenty

39

Obama

48

+9

Cain

36

Obama

48

+12

Palin

37

Obama

53

+16

 

Public Policy Polling is out with a new national survey on the 2012 Presidential Election, and the numbers are not good for Obama.

Their poll finds Mitt Romney now pulling into a tie with Obama at 45%-45%. One month ago, Obama led Romney by two-points. But the numbers for Obama are even worse than they appear to be, according to PPP – a Democrat-leaning polling organization:

PUBLIC POLICY POLLING: . . . . Obama’s numbers are worse than they appear to be on the surface. The vast majority of the undecideds in all of these match ups disapprove of the job Obama’s doing but aren’t committing to a candidate yet while they wait to see how the Republican field shakes out. Here’s an idea of where these various match ups might stand once all voters have made up their minds:

-In the Obama/Romney head to head 21% of undecideds approve of Obama and 61% disapprove. If you allocate them based on their approval/disapprove of Obama, Romney would lead 52-48.

-In the Obama/Bachmann head to head 10% of undecideds approve of Obama and 67% disapprove. If you allocate them based on their approval/disapprove of Obama, Obama would lead only 51-49.

-In the Obama/Pawlenty head to head 9% of undecideds approve of Obama and 75% disapprove. If you allocate them based on their approval/disapprove of Obama, the race would be tied at 50%.

-In the Obama/Cain head to head 8% of undecideds approve of Obama and 76% disapprove. If you allocate them based on their approval/disapprove of Obama, Obama would lead only 51-49.

-In the Obama/Palin head to head 5% of undecideds approve of Obama and 84% disapprove. If you allocate them based on their approval/disapprove of Obama, Obama would lead only 54-46.

So if you dig deeper into the numbers Obama’s position is a lot worse than meets the eye. There’s a very good chance Obama would lose if he had to stand for reelection today. . . . Read More

The poll is based on a survey of 928 Registered Voters – 42% Democrat, 33% Republican, 25% Independent.

H/T Aquaviva

Public Policy Polling on Results of New National 2012 Presidential Election Poll: “Good Chance Obama Would Lose” if Election was Held Today – 7/20/11

Public Policy Polling said this afternoon on Twitter they will soon release their new national poll on the 2012 Presidential race – and it has “very bad numbers” for President Obama. PPP is a Democrat-leaning outfit. We’ll post the numbers when they become available.

UPDATED 7/20/11, 4:19 PM ET: Here are the results of the poll.

Public Policy Polling to Release New National Poll with “Very Bad Numbers for Obama” – 7/20/11

Two new national polls on the 2012 GOP Presidential Nomination race came out yesterday – and they show very different results.

A new Public Policy Polling survey finds GOP Rep. Michele Bachmann with a one-point lead over Gov. Mitt Romney, 21%-20%, with Texad Gov. Rick Perry in third place with 12%:

New Poll – 2012 GOP Nomination – National

7/15-17/11

PPP

Bachmann

21

Romney

20

Perry

12

Cain

11

Paul

9

Gingrich

7

Pawlenty

5

Huntsman

3

 

Meanwhile, a new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll finds Gov. Mitt Romney way ahead of the GOP Field at 30%, followed by Bachmann at 16%, and once again, Texas Gov. Rick Perry in third place with 11%:

New Poll – 2012 GOP Nomination – National

7/14-17/11

NBC/WSJ

Romney

30

Bachmann

16

Perry

11

Paul

9

Gingrich

8

Cain

5

Santorum

3

Pawlenty

2

Huntsman

2

 

While the results at the top of the two polls are very different as far as the leader, they do both show the top three as being Bachmann, Romney, and Rick Perry. Perry looks like he will begin the Presidential race in a strong position if he decides to get in. He is not yet running, but he is already in double-digits and in a solid 3rd place position.

The other thing about the two polls that stands out is that Newt Gingrich has begun to creep back up ever so slightly after his numbers fell off the floor during the past two months. Whether that signals he is starting to make a real comeback is too early to tell.

Tim Pawlenty remains mired in the lower-tier of candidates, seemingly unable to get any traction whatsoever.

You can always check for the latest polls and national averages in the Election Center.

Two New Polls Show Different Leaders in 2012 GOP Presidential Nomination Race; Rick Perry Running a Solid Third in Both – 7/20/11

Interesting result on the GOP side here – but no surprise on the General Election side.

New polls out of Utah by Public Policy Polling show Gov. Mitt Romney drubbing former Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman in the GOP Nomination race. Romney is not from Utah, but he is a Mormon – as is Jon Huntsman. For Huntsman as the former Governor to be losing to Romney in his own state, and by 48-points, is quite embarrassing.

New Poll – 2012 GOP Nomination – Utah

7/8-10/11

PPP

Romney

60

Huntsman

12

Bachmann

8

Paul

5

Perry

4

Cain

4

Gingrich

2

Pawlenty

2

 

On the General Election side, PPP found that all six GOP candidates they polled for, would beat President Obama in Utah. Interestingly, Huntsman did slightly better than Romney against Obama. If there was any surprise here, it is that Sarah Palin would only defeat President Obama by 2-points in Utah. While it would likely be somewhat better than that, it is a weak showing in a very Republican state.

New Poll – 2012 Election – Utah

7/8-10/11

PPP

Huntsman

63

Obama

23

+40

Romney

63

Obama

31

+32

Bachmann

49

Obama

35

+14

Pawlenty

45

Obama

34

+11

Cain

43

Obama

36

+7

Palin

43

Obama

41

+2

 

You can always check the Latest Polls and Averages in the Election Center.

2012 Election Polling Update: Romney Drubs Huntsman in Utah; All GOP Candidates Lead Obama in Utah – 7/16/11

A new Fox News Poll on the 2012 GOP Presidential race has Mitt Romney in the lead, but shows Texas Gov. Rick Perry making a strong move up to second-place. Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani also makes a strong showing in the poll:

FOX NEWS: While former Mass. Gov. Mitt Romney remains the preferred 2012 Republican presidential nominee, three rivals are close behind — including two who haven’t announced they are running.

In a Fox News poll released Wednesday, Romney received the backing of 18 percent of GOP primary voters. He’s followed by Texas Gov. Rick Perry at 13 percent, Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann at 11 percent and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani at 10 percent. Perry and Giuliani have not declared their candidacies. . . . Read More

Check all the GOP Nomination Polls and the current averages.

Mitt Romney Leads Texas Gov. Rick Perry by 5-Points in New Fox News Poll – 6/29/11

We have added a number of new polls tonight to our database of 2012 Presidential Election Polls.

Two new polls on potential 2012 Election Matchups were added, and Barack Obama leads all possible GOP challengers. The Reuters/Ipsos poll has Obama ahead by double-digits against all the possible challengers, while Mitt Romney is within five-points of Obama in the new Public Policy Polling survey.

A new poll out of Arizona shows Mitt Romney with a 12-point lead over the GOP Field of challengers.

Below are tables showing the current 40-day averages in the 2012 GOP Nomination race, and for the 2012 General Election Matchups:


2012 GOP Presidential Nomination Averages

Date

Poll

Candidates / Pct.

(AVG on

AVERAGES

Romney

14.9

Cain

5.5

Polls

Huckabee

14.5

Bachmann

3.8

Since

Trump

13.2

Pawlenty

3.5

4/2/11)

Palin

9.6

Daniels

3.0

Giuliani

8.5

Santorum

1.8

Gingrich

7.6

Johnson

0.8

Paul

6.8

Huntsman

0.7

NOTE: Possible Candidates who have said they will not run are not included in the average (Example: Chris Christie)

 


2012 Presidential Election Matchup Averages

Date

Poll

Republican

Democrat

Margin

(Average

Average of Polls

Romney      43.2

Obama  47.7

+4.5

On Polls

Huckabee   42.2

Obama  49.2

+7.0

Since

Gingrich      37.5

Obama  52.8

+15.3

4/2/11)

Pawlenty    36.0

Obama  51.5

+15.5

Daniels        33.5

Obama  49.5

+16.0

Bachmann  35.5

Obama  53.0

+17.5

Trump         35.2

Obama  53.0

+17.8

Palin            35.8

Obama  54.8

+19.0

 

2012 Polling Update: Obama Leads Possible GOP Challengers in Two New Polls

New Marist Polls added today continue to show Gov. Mitt Romney polling the best, both against the possible 2012 GOP Field and against President Obama.

The new Marist Poll shows Romney leading the GOP Field by one-point over Gov. Mike Huckabee. Romney is ahead of Huckabee 18%-17%, followed by Donald Trump at 13%. Rudy Giuliani comes in at a surprisingly strong 9%, followed Palin at 8%, and Ron Paul at 7%.

Marist only polled Romney and Huckabee against Obama. Romney was only one-point back of Obama at 46%-45%, with Huckabee five-points behind Obama at 48%-43%.

Below is a table showing all the 2012 Presidential Polls added over the past two months:


Latest Presidential Polls Added

Date  of Poll

Poll

Leader

Margin

4/15-17/11

PPP – Iowa – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+11

4/15-16/11

Rasmussen – National – 2012 Election (only Obama vs. Trump)

Obama vs. Trump

+15

4/14-17/11

ABC News/WAPO – National – 2012 Election

Obama

+4

4/14-17/11

ABC News/WAPO – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney

+8

4/10-14/11

Marist – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney

+1

4/10-14/11

Marist – National – 2012 Election

Obama

+1

    4/10-12/11

Democracy Corps – National – 2012 Election

Romney

+2

4/10-12/11

Suffolk – Florida – 2012 Election

Romney

+1

4/10-12/11

Suffolk – Florida – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney

+19

4/9-10/11

CNN/OP – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Trump, Huckabee

Tie

4/7-10/11

PPP – National – 2012 Election

Obama

+5

4/7-10/11

PPP – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Trump

+9

4/7-10/11

PPP – Pennsylvania – 2012 Election

Romney

+1

4/7/11

Dan Jones – Utah – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney

+55

4/4-7/11

Mason-Dixon – Florida – 2012 Election

Romney

+5

4/4-7/11

Mason-Dixon – Florida – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney

+5

4/3-5/11

Fox News – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+2

3/31-4/4/11

NBC News/WSJ – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney

+4

3/31-4/3/11

Neighborhood Research – Iowa – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+7

3/31-4/3/11

PPP – Georgia – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+1

3/31-4/3/11

PPP – Georgia – 2012 Election

Huckabee

+3

3/31-4/3/11

PPP – Florida – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney, Gingrich, Huckabee

Tie

3/31-4/3/11

PPP – New Hampshire – 2012 Election

Obama

+1

3/31-4/3/11

PPP – New Hampshire – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney

+6

3/6-3/31/11

Rasmussen – National – 2012 Election

Huckabee, Obama

Tie

3/21-28/11

Fairleigh Dickinson – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+1

3/21-28/11

Fairleigh Dickinson – National – 2012 Election

Huckabee, Obama

Tie

3/24-27/11

PPP – Florida – 2012 Election

Obama

+2

3/24-27/11

PPP – Mississippi – 2012 GOP Nomination

Barbour

+18

3/24-27/11

PPP – Mississippi – 2012 Election

Huckabee

+14

3/18-22/11

Gallup – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+4

3/18-20/11

PPP – Michigan – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney

+6

3/18-20/11

PPP – Michigan – 2012 Election

Obama

+7

3/15-21/11

Zogby – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Palin

+2

3/17-20/11

PPP – North Carolina – 2012 Election

Obama, Huckabee

Tie

3/8-14/11

Pew – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney

+1

3/7-14/11

Harris Interactive Poll – National – 2012 Election

Giuliani

+2

3/7-14/11

Harris Interactive Poll – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Trump, Romney

Tie

3/11-13/11

CNN/Opinion Research – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+1

3/10-13/11

PPP – National – 2012 Election

Obama

+5

3/10-13/11

PPP – Ohio – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+1

3/10-13/11

PPP – Ohio – 2012 Election

Obama

+6

3/10-13/11

PPP – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+1

3/10/11

We Ask America – Iowa – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+6

3/3-6/11

PPP – Maine – 2012 Election

Obama

+8

3/3-6/11

PPP – Missouri – 2012 Election

Huckabee

+6

3/2-6/11

PPP – Missouri – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+10

2/9-28/11

McCall/Muhlenberg – Pennsylvania – 2012 Election

Obama

+7

2/24-28/11

NBC News/WSJ – National – 2012 Election

Obama

+5

2/24-28/11

NBC News/WSJ – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+4

2/24-27/11

PPP – Wisconsin – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+8

2/24-27/11

PPP – Wisconsin – 2012 Election

Obama

+7

2/24-27/11

PPP – Virginia – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+4

2/24-27/11

PPP – Virginia – 2012 Election

Obama

+6

2/24-27/11

PPP/DK – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee, Gingrich

Tie

2/24-26/11

Rutgers Univ. – New Jersey – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney

+1

2/21-27/11

Winthrop Univ. – 11 Southern States – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+9

2/16-22/11

PPP – Rhode Island – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney

+24

2/16-22/11

PPP – Rhode Island – 2012 Election

Obama

+17

2/16-21/11

PPP – North Carolina – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+6

2/16-21/11

PPP – North Carolina – 2012 Election

Huckabee

+1

2/18-20/11

Gallup – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+2

Other Poll Information:

2012 Presidential General Election Polls

2012 Presidential Election State Polls

2012 GOP Presidential Nomination Polls

2012 GOP Presidential Nomination State Polls

 

2012 Possible GOP Presidential Contenders – Latest News

 

 

New Marist Polls Show Mitt Romney Leading GOP Field; Within One-Point of Obama

We have added a number of new polls released over the last week. New polls added include several national polls, as well as polls out of Florida and Georgia. The table below has all the polls added over the last several weeks.


Latest Presidential Polls Added

Date  of Poll

Poll

Leader

Margin

4/10-12/11

Suffolk – Florida – 2012 Election

Romney

+1

4/10-12/11

Suffolk – Florida – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney

+19

4/9-10/11

CNN/OP – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Trump, Huckabee

Tie

4/7-10/11

PPP – National – 2012 Election

Obama

+5

4/7-10/11

PPP – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Trump

+9

4/7-10/11

PPP – Pennsylvania – 2012 Election

Romney

+1

4/7/11

Dan Jones – Utah – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney

+55

4/4-7/11

Mason-Dixon – Florida – 2012 Election

Romney

+5

4/4-7/11

Mason-Dixon – Florida – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney

+5

4/3-5/11

Fox News – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+2

3/31-4/4/11

NBC News/WSJ – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney

+4

3/31-4/3/11

Neighborhood Research – Iowa – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+7

3/31-4/3/11

PPP – Georgia – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+1

3/31-4/3/11

PPP – Georgia – 2012 Election

Huckabee

+3

3/31-4/3/11

PPP – Florida – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney, Gingrich, Huckabee

Tie

3/31-4/3/11

PPP – New Hampshire – 2012 Election

Obama

+1

3/31-4/3/11

PPP – New Hampshire – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney

+6

3/6-3/31/11

Rasmussen – National – 2012 Election

Huckabee, Obama

Tie

3/21-28/11

Fairleigh Dickinson – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+1

3/21-28/11

Fairleigh Dickinson – National – 2012 Election

Huckabee, Obama

Tie

3/24-27/11

PPP – Florida – 2012 Election

Obama

+2

3/24-27/11

PPP – Mississippi – 2012 GOP Nomination

Barbour

+18

3/24-27/11

PPP – Mississippi – 2012 Election

Huckabee

+14

3/18-22/11

Gallup – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+4

3/18-20/11

PPP – Michigan – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney

+6

3/18-20/11

PPP – Michigan – 2012 Election

Obama

+7

3/15-21/11

Zogby – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Palin

+2

3/17-20/11

PPP – North Carolina – 2012 Election

Obama, Huckabee

Tie

3/8-14/11

Pew – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney

+1

3/7-14/11

Harris Interactive Poll – National – 2012 Election

Giuliani

+2

3/7-14/11

Harris Interactive Poll – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Trump, Romney

Tie

3/11-13/11

CNN/Opinion Research – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+1

3/10-13/11

PPP – National – 2012 Election

Obama

+5

3/10-13/11

PPP – Ohio – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+1

3/10-13/11

PPP – Ohio – 2012 Election

Obama

+6

3/10-13/11

PPP – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+1

3/10/11

We Ask America – Iowa – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+6

3/3-6/11

PPP – Maine – 2012 Election

Obama

+8

3/3-6/11

PPP – Missouri – 2012 Election

Huckabee

+6

3/2-6/11

PPP – Missouri – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+10

2/9-28/11

McCall/Muhlenberg – Pennsylvania – 2012 Election

Obama

+7

2/24-28/11

NBC News/WSJ – National – 2012 Election

Obama

+5

2/24-28/11

NBC News/WSJ – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+4

2/24-27/11

PPP – Wisconsin – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+8

2/24-27/11

PPP – Wisconsin – 2012 Election

Obama

+7

2/24-27/11

PPP – Virginia – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+4

2/24-27/11

PPP – Virginia – 2012 Election

Obama

+6

2/24-27/11

PPP/DK – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee, Gingrich

Tie

2/24-26/11

Rutgers Univ. – New Jersey – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney

+1

2/21-27/11

Winthrop Univ. – 11 Southern States – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+9

2/16-22/11

PPP – Rhode Island – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney

+24

2/16-22/11

PPP – Rhode Island – 2012 Election

Obama

+17

2/16-21/11

PPP – North Carolina – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+6

2/16-21/11

PPP – North Carolina – 2012 Election

Huckabee

+1

2/18-20/11

Gallup – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+2

Other Poll Information:

2012 Presidential General Election Polls

2012 Presidential Election State Polls

2012 GOP Presidential Nomination Polls

2012 GOP Presidential Nomination State Polls

 

2012 Possible GOP Presidential Contenders – Latest News

 

 

2012 Polling Update: Romney Leads in Florida; Huckabee in Georgia; Trump Takes GOP Lead

We have added six new polls on the 2012 Presidential Race that have been released over the past week. I have been on the road for a week, and am trying to get everything caught up.

Public Policy Polling (PPP) released a new poll on the GOP Nomination race. It shows Gov. Mike Huckabee with a slim lead, with Romney, Palin and Gingrich not far behind. These continue to be the big four names in the GOP race at this point.

A new We Ask America poll out of Iowa shows Gov. Mike Huckabee with a 6-point lead over Mitt Romney, and a 7-point lead over both Sarah Palin and Newt Gingrich. It was interesting to me that Donald Trump got 9% of the vote in this poll, which put him 11-points behind Huckabee. Not a bad showing for someone who has not campaigned in Iowa.

A Public Policy Polling survey from Missouri has Mike Huckabee doing the best against President Obama. Huckabee would defeat Obama by six-points, while Mitt Romney would also defeat Obama by 1-point. The poll shows that Gingrich would tie Obama, and Sarah Palin loses to Obama by 5-points in Missouri.

Finally, a Rutgers University poll out of New Jersey surprisingly shows that Mitt Romney actually leads Gov. Chris Christie by 1-point in his home state among contenders for the 2012 GOP Nomination. Christie has said he will not run for President in 2012.

Below is the table showing all the polls we have added on the 2012 Presidential race in the last several weeks:


Latest Presidential Polls Added

Date  of Poll

Poll

Leader

Margin

3/10-13/11

PPP – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+1

3/10/11

We Ask America – Iowa – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+6

3/3-6/11

PPP – Maine – 2012 Election

Obama

+8

3/3-6/11

PPP – Missouri – 2012 Election

Huckabee

+6

2/9-28/11

McCall/Muhlenberg – Pennsylvania – 2012 Election

Obama

+7

2/24-28/11

NBC News/WSJ – National – 2012 Election

Obama

+5

2/24-28/11

NBC News/WSJ – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+4

2/24-27/11

PPP – Wisconsin – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+8

2/24-27/11

PPP – Wisconsin – 2012 Election

Obama

+7

2/24-27/11

PPP – Virginia – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+4

2/24-27/11

PPP – Virginia – 2012 Election

Obama

+6

2/24-27/11

PPP/DK – National – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee, Gingrich

Tie

2/24-26/11

Rutgers Univ. – New Jersey – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney

+1

2/21-27/11

Winthrop Univ. – 11 Southern States – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+9

2/16-22/11

PPP – Rhode Island – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney

+24

2/16-22/11

PPP – Rhode Island – 2012 Election

Obama

+17

2/16-21/11

PPP – North Carolina – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+6

2/16-21/11

PPP – North Carolina – 2012 Election

Huckabee

+1

2/18-20/11

Gallup – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+2

2/12-17/11

EPIC/MRA – Michigan – 2012 Election

Romney

+5

2/12-15/11

Newsweek/Daily Beast – 2012 Election

Huckabee, Obama

Tie

2/12/15/11

Newsweek/Daily Beast – 2012 GOP Nomination

Romney

+1

2/11-14/11

PPP – National – 2012 Election

Obama

+3

2/11-13/11

PPP – 2012 GOP Nomination

Huckabee

+3

2/9-13/11

PPP – Tennessee – 2012 Election

Huckabee

+12

2/9-13/11

PPP – Tennessee – 2012 GOP Poll

Huckabee

+14

2/9-10/11

Magellan – New Hampshire – 2012 Election

Obama

+4

2/7-9/11

Fox News – National – 2012 Election

Obama

+7

1/28-2/7/11

Univ. of NH – New Hampshire – 2012 GOP Poll

Romney

+30

2/4-6/11

PPP – Colorado – 2012 GOP Poll

Romney

+3

2/4-6/11

PPP – Colorado – 2012 Election

Obama

+6

2/4-6/11

PPP – New Mexico – 2012 GOP Poll

Palin

+3

2/4-6/11

PPP – New Mexico – 2012 Election

Obama

+15

2/7/11

Rasmussen 2012 Election Matchups (Polls done throughout January)

Romney

+2

1/28-30/11

PPP – California – 2012 Election

Obama

+15

1/28-30/11

PPP – California – 2012 GOP Poll

Romney

+4

1/28-30/11

PPP – South Carolina – 2012 Election

Romney

+7

1/28-30/11

PPP – Arizona – 2012 GOP Poll

Romney

+4

1/28-30/11

PPP – Arizona – 2012 Election

Romney

+6

1/28-30/11

PPP – South Dakota – 2012 GOP Poll

Thune

+25

1/28-30/11

PPP – South Dakota – 2012 Election

Thune

+20

1/28-30/11

PPP – South Carolina – 2012 GOP Poll

DeMint

+4

1/26-27/11

PPP – Nebraska – 2012 GOP Poll

Huckabee

+13

1/24-28/11

20/20 Insight – Georgia – 2012 Election

Romney

+6

1/24-28/11

20/20 Insight – Georgia – 2012 GOP Poll

Huckabee

+1

Other Poll Information:

2012 Presidential General Election Polls

2012 Presidential Election State Polls

2012 GOP Presidential Nomination Polls

2012 GOP Presidential Nomination State Polls

 

2012 Possible GOP Presidential Contenders – Latest News

 

 

2012 Polling Update – Big Four Names Continue to Dominate 2012 GOP Race; Huckabee Leads in Iowa

We have added seven new polls on the 2012 Presidential race. You can click the links below to get the details on the polls.

Polls out of Iowa, New Hampshire, and North Carolina all show Gov. Mike Huckabee moving out to a lead, while Romney leads in New Hampshire and in Michigan. The General Election poll from West Virginia shows the big four possible GOP candidates all with leads over President Obama there. Huckabee runs the strongest with an 18-point lead over Obama, while Palin has only a 4-point lead over Obama in West Virginia.

PPP 2012 Presidential Election Poll from West Virginia

Strategic National 2012 GOP Nomination Poll from Michigan

Mitchell Research 2012 GOP Nomination Poll from Michigan

Strategic National 2012 GOP Caucus Poll from Iowa

Strategic National 2012 GOP Nomination Poll from New Hampshire

PPP 2012 GOP Nomination Poll from West Virginia

PPP 2012 GOP Nomination Poll from North Carolina

Use our Polling & Election Center to find all the latest information on the 2012 Presidential Election.

New Polls Show Huckabee, Romney Leading GOP Field in Multiple States; WV Favors GOP Candidates over Obama

Gov. Mitt Romney leads the pack of potential 2012 GOP Presidential candidates in a new poll out today from Rasmussen. Romney garnered 24% of the support of those surveyed, five-points ahead of Sarah Palin who was in second place at 19%:

24% Romney

19% Palin

17% Huckabee

11% Gingrich

06% Pawlenty

04% Paul

03% Daniels

Romney’s showing here moves him back in front in our average of polls, just ahead of Mike Huckabee.

Gov. Mitt Romney Leads 2012 GOP Pack in New Rasmussen Poll

Here are the latest polls we have added on the 2012 Presidential Race. You can always go to our “Polling & Election Center” page to find all the information we have, and a list of the latest polls added:

1/18/11 – Added PPP GOP Nomination State Poll for Nevada

1/17/11 – Added PPP GOP Nomination State Poll for Pennsylvania

1/14/11 – Added PPP General Election Poll for New Jersey

1/14/11 – Added PPP General Election Poll for Iowa

1/14/11 – Added Marist College General Election Poll

Latest Polls on the 2012 Presidential Election

We have added new state polls for the 2012 GOP Presidential Nomination that were released by Public Policy Polling. The polls continue to show Mike Huckabee, Mitt Romney and Sarah Palin as the upper tier of candidates, with Newt Gingrich at or near the top in several cases too.

Perhaps the most shocking result was from Alaska, where Gov. Sarah Palin was in third in her own home state! Palin trailed Mike Huckabee by two-points, and both Mitt Romney/Newt Gingrich by one-point. That has to concern Palin as she considers a possible run for President in 2012.

Polls were added for: Alaska, Kentucky, North Carolina, Nevada, Ohio, Washington.

New State Polls Added for 2012 GOP Nomination; Sarah Palin Trails in — Alaska

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