First in the Nation: Christie up Rubio down and Clinton is a Runaway Favorite

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    First in the Nation: Christie up Rubio down and Clinton is a Runaway Favorite

    Interestsing, the formating was lost but the poll covers Feb, Apr and Jul 2013 by WMUR

    This is from CNN

     

    Republican Nomination in 2016 NH Primary

    (Likely NH GOP Primary Voters)

    "I’m going to read you the names of the candidates who are either running or considering running for the Republican 

    nomination. If the Republican primary for president were held today, which of the following would you support for the 

    Republican nomination Jeb Bush … Chris Christie … Ted Cruz … Bobbie Jindal … John Kasich … Rand Paul … Rick 

    Perry …. Rob Portman … Marco Rubio … Paul Ryan … Rick Santorum … Scott Walker … or someone else?" ROTATE 

    CANDIDATES

    Feb. ‘13 Apr. ‘13 July ‘13

    Chris Christie 14% 11% 21%

    Rand Paul 8% 15% 16%

    Jeb Bush 5% 5% 10%

    Paul Ryan 11% 11% 8%

    Marco Rubio 12% 15% 6%

    Ted Cruz 1% 2% 4%

    Rick Santorum 3% 4% 4%

    Rick Perry 4%

    Scott Walker 3% 1% 2%

    Bobbie Jindal 2% 2% *

    Rob Portman * 1% *

    John Kasich *

    Someone Else 2% 0% 3%

    Don’t Know Yet 20% 23% 20%

    (N) (209) (167) (199)

     
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    Re: First in the Nation: Christie up Rubio down and Clinton is a Runaway Favorite

    Surprised Christie didnt do even better, and surprised Rand Paul finished second....

    John Kasich, the Governor of Ohio is unknown now, but he may actually be a contender.

     
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    Re: First in the Nation: Christie up Rubio down and Clinton is a Runaway Favorite


    Chistie's schtick doese't work outside of the NE - people are used to abrasive bullies like Christie but despite his ability to "wow" the media/dumb beltway b*obs - he willnot have what i takes to win where it counts

    Midwest/West - no appeal from the slightly blue-leaning, less caustic political types

    South - his social liberal/moderate  stance- depends on issue jut won't cut it in the "Bible Belt"

    I don't see any other potential candidate outside of John Huntsman running as a "Angus King" Democrat/Independent do the republicans have the slightest chance

    Hillary would be fine but I don't like coronations - dem I supported Obama when she had a 50-pt lead on him on July 7, 2007 and she didn't win - If she wins, she has to earn it - period.

     
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    Re: First in the Nation: Christie up Rubio down and Clinton is a Runaway Favorite

    In response to WhatDoYouWantNow's comment:

    People like to say they support Rand Paul but they just won't pull the lever.

     

    Too much crazy with that one.




    I feel the ghost of Pat Paulsen - around Rand Paul

     
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    Re: First in the Nation: Christie up Rubio down and Clinton is a Runaway Favorite


    Doesn't matter.  Hillary's going to have the biggest groundswell of support from women that America has ever seen.

     
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    Re: First in the Nation: Christie up Rubio down and Clinton is a Runaway Favorite

    In response to UserName99's comment:


    Doesn't matter.  Hillary's going to have the biggest groundswell of support from women that America has ever seen.



    Conventional wisdom says yes but.

    Last time the man of color trumped gender.

    Will an LBGT candidate trump gender this time?

    If it does, then we will have proof of gender equality.

     
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    Re: First in the Nation: Christie up Rubio down and Clinton is a Runaway Favorite

    In response to WhatDoYouWantNow's comment:

    Ugh. Are they seriously starting up with this crap again. I was hoping not to hear anything about elections for at least a little while.

    It'll probably be Christie or Rubio. I think Christie would have a better chance with the general populace, but who knows if he'll even want to run.

    Huntsman should run as a moderately conservative D.

     

     



    The Dems killed off the conservative Dems the last few congressional blue dogs are on the endangered species list.  The GOP can't stand compromise or a traditional political process which is why RINO's get rejected by the base, so the base then gets nothing (bitng one's nose to spite its face, this is what happened to Sen Brown)

     
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