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2008 – Mike Huckabee (34%), Mitt Romney (25%), Fred Thompson (13%), John McCain (13%), Ron Paul (10%), Rudy Giuliani (4%), and Duncan Hunter (1%)
2004 – George W. Bush (unopposed)
2000 – George W. Bush (41%), Steve Forbes (31%), Alan Keyes (14%), Gary Bauer (9%), John McCain (5%), and Orrin Hatch (1%)
1996 – Bob Dole (26%), Pat Buchanan (23%), Lamar Alexander (18%), Steve Forbes (10%), Phil Gramm (9%), Alan Keyes (7%), Richard Lugar (4%), and Morry Taylor (1%)
1992 – George H. W. Bush (unopposed)
1988 – Bob Dole (37%), Pat Robertson (25%), George H. W. Bush (19%), Jack Kemp (11%), and Pete DuPont (7%) 1984 – Ronald Reagan (unopposed)
1980 – George H. W. Bush (32%), Ronald Reagan (30%), Howard Baker (15%), John Connally (9%), Phil Crane (7%), John B. Anderson (4%), and Bob Dole (2%)
1976 – Gerald Ford and Ronald Reagan
What I believe the official results will do, however, is give the MSM a boost up on their ignore Ron Paul strategy.
Originally posted by POPtheKlEEN89
reply to post by KonquestAbySS
for those who have chosen paul already its gonna take him personally doing something very far fetched or unethical to change opinion of him, the news holds sway over nothing, they attempt to make their voices THE voice of america, they try so hard too. we have already accepted ron-paul is going to be discredited in the news. those who look to network cable news for information on politics are not of relevance anymore as they are the minority, and in time it will show the truly authentic support for ron paul will be far more valuable than anything any candidate being postured by the media will receive.