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Saturday, June 16, 2007
posted by Justin Hart | 10:33 AM | permalink
Wow. I've looked over the details of the poll and nothing strikes me as completely out of the ordinary. Hat tip to the Mitt Report

A poll released today by Datamar Inc., shows Former Governor from Massachusetts, Mitt Romney in the lead with 32.3%, in the California Presidential primary. Former Mayor of New York, Rudi Giuliani, is in second place with 14.7%. Congressman Duncan Hunter jumps to third place with 11% and U.S. Senator from Arizona, John McCain is fourth with 5.4%. Findings are based on a June 6 – 11, 2007 survey of California voters using Datamar’s proprietary targeted-registrationbased- sampling (TRBS)* method.

OK. Then. Off to the races we go!

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What a shame to start off this Presidential race with nasty personal insults about Sam Brownback. Can't you come up with any arguments to articulate about his positions instead of personal insults? Is this what we have to look forward to from Mitt Romney? Thanks, but no thanks!

By Anonymous Anonymous, at June 16, 2007 at 3:05 PM  

That's excellent news for California. Maybe soon we'll see similar results in Florida which also is a supposed Rudy stronghold.

First, why not post your comments in the proper section where the "insults" were made? It's easier to follow your reasoning.

Second, plenty of arguments have been made about Brownback and the other competitors. However, since Brownback is so low in the polls and infrequently considered, most attention is focused on those truly running for POTUS.

We all had to listen to Brownback and others during the debates. Yawn. Though he's a nice man, he's got negative charisma.

About the issues, why haven't I heard anyone else make a similar case for Iraq (3 states)? They all likely think he's out to lunch on the subject. He's all for amnesty, and even sided w/ McCain on the topic during the last debate. I understand he's for "whole life", making him sound more like my insurance guy than an aspiring president.

As I said, he's nice, but he's only got right one issue--abortion. He even waffled on that one back in the 90s. It's well-documented that he lacked the clarity early on. He's now proven to be strong on that issue, but we are all looking comprehensively at candidates--not for a single issue.

Further, Sam's never been an executive. Moreover, he's been part of the mess and tailspin of the GOP the last few years.

Mitt Romney is a polite man who is running an extremely positive, vision-based campaign. He doesn't need to take time to mischaracterize others. He's got his own message to share.

Your one-issue boy, Sam, and the older gentlemen from Arizona, in contrast, have little else to do but stir up a fuss about an issue that is settled in most people's minds. Mitt's clearly not perfect. He's just clearly more perfect than the other contenders.

I suppose this poll was lost on people who are still musing on the bottom feader thing. WHAT DID YOU JUST SAY!!! Winning in California?!(!*#@&!(*@&!(*@&! I thought this couldn't be true. I mean, I have been campaigning hard around the office and well, my bumper sticker campaign is heating up, but winning? Now, I must say, it could be an outlier poll. Maybe the 500 or so people is too small a sample. Maybe they should have talked to people who weren't registered to vote who intend to vote. Maybe they called at the wrong time of day. Whatever your explanation though, this is an extraordinary poll. The fact that any poll shows Romney winning in California isreally exceptional.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at June 18, 2007 at 2:14 PM  

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