Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Based on 15 Months of Quinnipiac Polling, Scott Walker is the Only Republican Candidate with any Momentum

The trend as tracked by Quinnipiac.

The biggest winner:  Scott Walker, from 2% in April 2013 to 8% in July 2014.  (It will be interesting to learn if this bump is confirmed in other polls.)

The biggest loser:  Marco Rubio, from 19% in April 2013 to 6% in July 2014.

The steady guy:  Jeb Bush in the 10%-11% range.

Biggest recent casualty:  Chris Christie.

Flash in the pan.  Ted Cruz

On a seesaw:  Paul Ryan.

Nothin' doin' from the start:  Bobby Jindal.

Ted Cruz was not included in the April 2013 poll.

And surprisingly, Quinnipiac didn't include Mike Huckabee on its list of choices until the most recent poll.   (Ditto for Rick Perry and Rick Santorum.)

Related posts:
Republican 2016 Presidential primary preferences are flattening.  (7/9/2014) 
Scott Walker edges out Rick Santorum and Bobby Jindal in New Hampshire Republican Presidential primary poll.  (6/20/2014)
Another Presidential poll, another 5% for Walker.  (6/16/2014)
Hello, Wisconsin independent voters, Scott Walker is polling at 6% in Iowa.  (5/23/2014)
If that's the case, Walker should immediately announce that he's not a candidate for the 2016 Republican Presidential nomination.  (5/23/2014
The Marquette University Law School poll asks the question, Do Wisconsin voters want to see Walker run for president in 2016? (5/22/2014)
"Scott Walker" tied with "None" for 1st choice in CNN/ORC Republican Presidential preference poll.  (5/8/2014)
Another Presidential primary poll, another 5% showing for Scott Walker.  (5/1/2014)
I hope Scott Walker had a good Easter cuz Donald Trump is outpolling him in New Hampshire. (4/20/2014)
Fox News: Scott Walker polling neck-and-neck with Rick Santorum.  (4/17/2014)
Iowa Republican caucus voters not singing Scott Walker's song.  (4/10/2014)
Scott Walker still "Stuck Inside of Mobile with the Memphis Blues Again".    (4/4/2014)
While Mary Burke campaigns for Governor, Scott Walker continues to run for President.  (3/28/2014)
The Washington Examiner offers a boost to Scott Walker Presidential campaign without a hint of irony.  (3/26/2014)
Let's do an ID update on this Townhall straw poll.  (3/25/2014)
Scott Walker for President 2016: Pundits like the idea but the public sez "meh".  (3/16/2014)
Scott Walker is in a bind.  (3/15/2014)
Christie/Walker meme, part 3.  (3/8/2014)
Christie/Walker meme, part 2.  (3/7/2014)
Christie/Walker meme, part 1.  (3/7/2014)
The chattering class falls hard for Scott Walker, but the voters are still scratching their heads.  (3/6/2014)
So he, too, can embarrass himself.  (12/30/2013)

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