Monday, July 13, 2015

Monmouth University poll casts a pall over Scott Walker's presidential candidacy announcement

Scott Walker (6%) is tied with Mike Huckabee for 4th place -- behind Jeb Bush (15%), Donald Trump (13%), and Ted Cruz (9%).

Photo by Retiring Guy

National:  Bush, Trump get bumps.  (Monmouth University, 7/13/2015)

The behinders in the7/9-12/2015 Monmouth poll
  • 2% - Rick Perry, Chris Christie, Rick Santorum, Bobby Jindal
  • 1% - Carly Fiorina, John Kasich
  • 0% - Lindsey Graham

Some of the other numbers
  • 19% of the respondents are undecided or interested in 'no one'
  • Highest unfavorables
    • 45% - Chris Christie
    • 41% - Donald Trump
    • 33% - Lindsey Graham (50% have no opinion; not good news for the Bachelor Senator from South Carolina)
  • 39% of respondents say that the number of Republicans candidates running is back for the party (compared to 34% who say it's a good thing

Related posts:
Scott Walker leads in Iowa Republican presidential polling, but nationally it's a different story.  (7/1/2015)
\Republicans' 2016 Presidential primary preferences look like a bunch of scribbles when graphed.  (6/22/2015)
Has anyone else noticed that Scott Walker peaked 2 months ago in New Hampshire? (6/14/2015)
Same as it ever was, pretty much, in latest Fox News poll.  (6/3/2015)
The latest CNN/ORC Republican presidential primary poll likes the Florida boys.  (6/2/2015) 
5-way tie in latest Quinnipiac Republican presidential primary poll.  (5/28/2015)
Republican presidential candidates find little elbow room in latest Fox News poll.  (5/16/2015)
Latest Public Policy Polling (PPP) numbers keep Republican candidates in a jumble.  (5/14/2015)
The Florida Boys leave Scott Walker in "show" position in latest Republican presidential horse race poll.  (5/5/2015)
Tracking the national Republican presidential primary polls.  (4/3/2015)
Scott Walker tied for 2nd with 'Dunno' in latest CNN/ORC poll. (3/19/2015)
Don't know/no answer/somebody else/won't vote leads latest Quinnipiac Republican Presidential primary poll.  (3/6/2015)
Someone else/no one, Ben Carson have best 1-2 punch in Public Policy poll.  (2/24/2015)
On the merry-go-round: Mike Huckabee takes the lead in the latest Republican Presidential preference poll.  (2/18/2015)

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