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In Iowa, Paul closes to within one point of front-runner Gingrich


Texas Rep. Ron Paul has surged to second place in a new Iowa poll of likely Republican caucus goers, just one percent behind former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, the current front-runner.

Paul has consistently placed in the top tier of Republican presidential candidates in recent Iowa polls. With Iowans heading to vote in only three weeks, Gingrich holds a razor-thin 22–21 lead.

The poll, conducted by Public Policy Polling, found weakening support for Gingrich among self-identified tea partiers, and a dramatic rise in Paul’s favorability rating.


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Comment by Jerry Alexander
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Have no fear.The Brent Bozell(sp) will get the "MSM" straightened out for sure    ha ha ha

Comment by Powell Gammill
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Wow, RP in commanding second place and the media only mentions Gingrich and Romney.

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