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Bradley in DC
10-05-2007, 01:21 AM
InsiderAdvantage/Majority Opinion GOP South Carolina Primary
Fred Thompson 21%
Rudy Giuliani 16%
John McCain 16%
Mitt Romney 16%
Mike Huckabee 11%
Ron Paul 3%
Sam Brownback 2%
Duncan Hunter 2%
No Opinion 13%
7% among moderates and 5.1% among moderate conservatives.
10-14-2007, 12:03 AM
Yeah those same GOP polls that show that everywhere contradicting the online and text message polls...
I'm not buying them personally.
Especially seeing how Giuliani is in second, and how Romney is below Giuliani and McCain. If that is actually the truth, then its shocking to me, and I've lived here my whole life. I know how SC people think and what they like somewhat lol.
I would expect, if the first candidates are actually about where the polls are saying, which I don't think is true at all, that Thompson would be first, Romney second, McCain third, and then who knows what else. But Giuliani would be polling very poorly here in SC. In fact, I would bet that he would be below Huckabee too. I would think Huckabee would actually poll good in SC, probably as good as McCain or close to it.
But this is just all the more reason SC has to get organized campaigning for Paul going non-stop to let everyone know about him!
HOW THE HELL
is Huckabee getting this much support?
I wasn't a big conspiracy theorist before, but damn, wtf is going on.
10-14-2007, 03:04 PM
It makes sense logically. Paul should logically be getting the most support with Huckabee right behind if you think about what the base of the Republican party wants. Most people that vote Republican don't agree with what the top candidates are saying and do not want to vote for someone saying that kind of stuff.
They want people like Huckabee or Paul. And if you think about it, whats the big difference between Huckabee and Paul? They're both honest people I think, and want to lower taxes and things like that, the only real difference is Huckabee thinks we need to stay in Iraq longer and Paul does not. So there is not huge difference between them.
I'm not a conspircay person either but its becoming blatantly obvious the media is shoving Romney, Giuliani, McCain, and Thompson down the Republican voters' throats.
So that leaves two questions, the first being the unimportant one, will the voters swallow this garbage, and the second is what are we going to do to fight the media and support Ron Paul?
My bad, I thought this was one of the legit polls not a GOP poll. The reason Huckabee has more support on this is because they're trying to replace Paul with Huckabee basically. That was obvious at the CNBC debate. But it backfired on them because instead of Huckabee replacing Paul, Paul still remains the first place candidate with voters and Huckabee got second replacing Romney instead of Paul.
I just hope they're stupid and keep Romney, Giuliani, Thompson, and McCain stalemated because that will give Paul a much better chance of winning the nomination, that is unless they have rigged our votes too lol....
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