SurveyUSA poll in Kansas – Newt and Ron Paul most easily beatable by Barack Obama
On January 3, Wichita CBS affiliate KWCH commissioned a SurveyUSA poll among Kansas voters about the 2012 election. This was released on the same day as the Iowa caucus, and was before the New Hampshire and South Carolina primaries. Two questions were asked to registered voters in Kansas (emphasis added): “Which Republican has the best chance to beat Barack Obama in the general election in November? Mitt Romney? Newt | Read More »
In Kansas, Newt Gingrich is losing to Obama 40% to 45%, according to SurveyUSA. In Kansas.
Poll from SurveyUSA, conducted Nov. 18-21, 2011. “Sure, it’s early, and yes, a lot will change, but in an preview of the 2012 Presidential election, cell phone voters (those without a home telephone, typically undercounted in opinion polls), vote sufficiently Democrat to keep Mitt Romney to just a single-digit lead over Barack Obama, and, for the moment, cause Obama to defeat Newt Gingrich. Kansas’ 6 electoral | Read More »