Politics & Policy

Romney Leads in Iowa, N.H., S.C., and Fla.

 

CNN/ORC released polls from the four early primary states today, all of which showed Mitt Romney in the lead.

Results from poll of registered Republicans in Iowa: Romney (24 percent), Herman Cain (21 percent), Ron Paul (12 percent), Newt Gingrich and Rick Perry (10 percent), Michele Bachmann (6 percent), Rick Santorum (2 percent), and Jon Huntsman (1 percent).

Results from poll of registered Republicans and independents who voted in 2008 GOP primary in New Hampshire: Romney (40 percent), Cain (13 percent), Paul (12 percent), Huntsman (6 percent), Gingrich (5 percent), Perry (4 percent), Bachmann (2 percent), and Santorum (1 percent). 

Results from poll of registered Republicans in South Carolina: Romney (25 percent), Cain (23 percent), Paul (12 percent), Perry (11 percent), Gingrich (8 percent), Bachmann (4 percent), Huntsman and Santorum (1 percent). 

Results from poll of registered Republicans in Florida: Romney (30 percent), Cain (18 percent), Perry and Gingrich (9 percent), Paul (6 percent), Bachmann (4 percent), Huntsman and Santorum (1 percent). 

Katrina Trinko — Katrina Trinko is a political reporter for National Review. Trinko is also a member of USA TODAY’S Board of Contributors, and her work has been published in various media outlets ...

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