Paul Joseph Watson
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
A new Iowa State University poll shows that Ron Paul is
accelerating away from Mitt Romney in the race to capture the key
Republican primary, with the Congressman placed first in front of Newt
Gingrich, having captured more of former frontrunner Herman Cain’s
supporters than Romney.
“Paul is the first choice of 27.5 percent of 333 likely caucus-goers
among the 740 registered Republicans and 200 registered independents
contacted by ISU,” reports KRCG.com.
“That’s up from 20.4 percent in an ISU/Gazette/KCRG poll in November.
He’s followed closely by former U.S. House Speaker Newt Gingrich whose
support increased from 4.8 percent to 25.3 percent. Former Massachusetts
Gov. Mitt Romney came in at 17.5 percent, up from 16.3.”
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