Sunday, February 26, 2012

Michigan poll

  • If you believe the polls in Michigan, Ron Paul has no chance in the primary here in the Wolverine State on Tuesday. But that hasnt stopped the Texas Congressman from spending three days here before Tuesdays primary.
  • (Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog))
  • Boosted by a solid debate performance, GOP presidential hopeful Mitt Romney has reclaimed the lead in his all-important home state of Michigan with just days to go before voters head to the polls there.
  • (NewsMax.com)
  • Romneys opposition to that Obama program has hurt him in Michigan, where even the Republican governor and GM chief, also a Republican, flatly disagree with Romney. Polls show Obama with a double-digit lead over both Romney and Santorum in the Midwestern state.
  • (AP - msnbc.com)
  • The pundits may be split and the polls may be inconclusive but Michigan's governor is sure: Mitt Romney will win his home state in Tuesday's Michigan primary. "I believe he will," Michigan Gov.
  • (ABC News)
  • This story comes from the Yahoo! Contributor Network, where individuals publish their unique perspectives on some of the world's most popular websites.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • Presidential candidates Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum are neck-and-neck in the polls in the run-up to the Michigan Republican primary on Tuesday.
  • (NPR News)
  • Candidates are battered. Voters are battered. Amidst the debris, detailed new NBC/Marist polls in both Michigan and Arizona offer some telling insights about the GOP electorate.
  • (Deseret News)
  • MOUNT PLEASANT (AP) -- Republican U.S. Senate hopeful Gary Glenn got a boost for his campaign Saturday, winning a straw poll of Michigan tea party activists.
  • (Midland Daily News)
  • TRAVERSE CITY, Mich. - Just 24 hours before Michiganders head to the polls for the Republican presidential primary, Mitt and Ann Romney spent an evening up north, flaunting their Michigan roots and wooing a crowd with stories of stolen kisses and lakeside games.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • Two recent polls in Michigan suggest that Rick Santorum has lost his momentum in this weeks Republican presidential debate. The surveys depict a race that still remains close in a make-or-break state for Mitt Romney.
  • (Catholic Online)

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