Tag: michele bachmann

PPP: Iowa headed to photo finish

Ron Paul holds a slim lead in Iowa heading into this week’s Republican presidential caucuses, but Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum have made up a lot of ground in the past week, making it anybody’s ballgame at this point in time. Paul was at 20 percent in polling released Monday by Public Policy Polling, with […]

PPP: Paul continues to lead in Iowa

Texas Congressman Ron Paul continues to hold a modest lead in Iowa as the days count down to the first presidential contest of the 2012 presidential cycle. Public Policy Polling has Paul at the front of the pack of contenders in the Iowa Republican caucuses at 24 percent. Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is second at […]

Poll: Another new frontrunner in GOP race?

Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich has taken the lead in the Republican Pary presidential race a new national poll. Gingrich is at 28 percent in a poll released today by Public Policy Polling. Herman Cain, the frontrunner for the GOP nomination in several recent polls, was second in today’s PPP release at 25 percent. Mitt […]

Chris Graham: Cain’s turn?

It was Mitt Romney. Then Donald Trump. Then Michele Bachmann. Next up was Rick Perry. Now it’s Herman Cain’s turn to set the pace for the GOP presidential field. Cain holds leads across the country in polls conducted by Public Policy Polling – in eight states of the nine that PPP has surveyed in the […]

Poll: Obama in trouble?

Remember the old Bill Clinton campaign mantra – it’s the economy, stupid? Yeah. “There’s a very good chance Barack Obama would lose if he had to stand for reelection today,” said Dean Debnam, president of Public Policy Polling. “This is his worst poll standing in a long time, and he really needs the economy to […]

Chris Saxman: Bachmann Overdrive Edition

The political world has turned its attention to Congresswoman Michele Bachmann after her impressive Nashua debate performance and her announcement to run for President of the United States. Cold Fusion HQ has gone on the record in stating that she will not win the presidency as it thinks it is just not going to happen. […]