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Texas Congressman Ron Paul, a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, defeated former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and pizza magnate Herman Cain in a Bloomberg News New Hampshire poll on Wednesday. Paul garnered 17 percent of the votes to finish in second place. Gingrich earned 11 percent of the votes to grab third place and Cain pulled in 8 percent of the votes for a fourth place finish. Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, who typically polls strongly in New Hampshire, took first place with 40 percent of the votes.
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Originally posted by capone1
Was this poll online or ballot? Is it more "official"?
Selzer & Company surveyed 504 likely New Hampshire Republican primary voters from November 10-12. The Bloomberg News New Hampshire poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 4.4 percentage points.
Originally posted by 27jd
Just saw the CNN ticker, it read "Romney overwhelmingly ahead in New Hampshire"...seems they don't want to talk about the new rising star.