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Sunday, January 27, 2008
posted by Anne | 8:41 AM | permalink
RCP average now shows tiny advantage Mitt. Reuters:
Republican Mitt Romney climbed into a tie with John McCain three days before a critical presidential primary in Florida, according to a Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby poll released on Sunday.

Romney, the former Massachusetts governor, wiped out a 3-point McCain advantage overnight to pull into a deadlock with the Arizona senator at 30 percent. The margin of error in the poll is 3.4 percentage points.

Romney enjoys big leads among Republican voters who describe themselves as conservative or very conservative, while McCain has an edge among Florida moderates ahead of Tuesday's primary.
Romney has a slight edge among seniors and among voters under 30. These are supposed to be McCain's demographic targets. The economy was the top issue.
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Just saw where Liz Cheney is going to endorse Mitt. I just hope she gets a lot of air time because she's a great spokeperson.I think this is a bigger deal than Charlie Crist's endorsement of McCain because it has reach outside of Fl.

Please tell me I shouldn't be scared about the Governor Crist endorsement yesterday...please?

Still hoping lots of potential M votes are actually aready-cast absentee Giuliani votes!

Mitt wins Connecticut Straw Poll

Mitt 35.6% (136)
McCain 27.2% (104)
Paul 25.1% (96)
Rudy 8.9% (34)

Anyone know where Arizona stands??? It would be interesting to see if the McManiac is even winning in his homestate... I suspect a lot of Arizona Repubs would vote for Mitt, but not sure....

By Anonymous Anonymous, at January 27, 2008 at 7:32 PM  

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