Poll Results: Ron Paul to Win the Iowa Caucus

January 2, 2012 at 1:56 pm (Iowa Caucus, Michele Bachmann, Mitt Romney, Poll, Ron Paul)

What, me crazy?

The results of our exclusive online poll are in and they are riveting.  Mental Recession readers have spoken:

We asked, “Which Republican Presidential candidate will win the Iowa caucuses”.

You  chose:

Ron Paul – 50%
Mitt Romney – 33%
Michele Bachmann – 17%

Personally, I would have voted “It doesn’t matter”.

But you guys are the voices most important.

Thanks to all those who responded!

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Ron Paul Still Leading in Iowa

December 28, 2011 at 10:43 am (2012 Election, GOP, Iowa Caucus, Ron Paul)

Paulbots Excited

In related news, Iowa no longer relevant…

Via the Ballot Box

With the Iowa caucuses one week away, Ron Paul is standing his ground in Iowa, according to a Public Policy Poll released on Wednesday.


Paul leads the field with 24 percent, but Mitt Romney is a close second at 20 percent.


Furthermore…

… But according to PPP, Paul has to be considered the frontrunner in Iowa. He leads the field with the most “strongly committed” candidates, which will be an asset in Iowa’s caucus-style election, and some believe the caucuses will turn out a large number of young voters this year, with whom Paul has a 35 percent to 11 percent advantage over Romney.


No mention of Paul’s ability to buy votes from his lunatic followers.

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