All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Republican primary’

Can Google Search Trends Predict Election Results?

American voters are perplexing animals. How easily persuaded are they, what issues matter most to them, what causes them to scream for blood, on what issue do they keep their head in the sand – these are questions that pollsters thrive on when studying the American voter. These electoral spectators literally make their daily bread on being able to accurately …

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Romney Has Drudge Report In “Back Pocket”, Says Thompson

Former Senator Fred Thompson, an also-ran in the 2008 GOP presidential race, has made his support of Newt Gingrich well-known. On NBC’s “Meet the Press” Sunday, Fred Thompson and Senator John McCain, who endorses Mitt Romney, sat side-by-side. Each extolled the virtues of their respective candidates, prognosticated on the outcome and consequences of the upcoming Florida GOP primary, and talked …

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Ron Paul Wins First Ever Online Iowa Straw Poll

The big Ames straw poll is not until tomorrow, but another straw poll already has a winner. Texas Congressman Ron Paul has won the first ever Online Iowa Straw Poll, and won by a wide margin at that. Out of over 6,000 votes cast, Congressman Paul received 44%. The poll has been open for about two weeks. The second place …

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