Wednesday, February 18, 2015

On the merry-go-round: Mike Huckabee takes the lead in the latest Republican Presidential preference poll


Huckabee takes lead in new poll on 2016 GOP contenders. (Washington Times, 2/18/2015)
Mr. Huckabee was at 6 percent in the December poll, but announced in early January that he was leaving his Fox News show in order to explore a presidential run. Mr. Walker, who raised eyebrows with a well-received performance at an Iowa forum last month, saw his support jump from 4 percent in December. 

Mr. Bush, meanwhile, was in the lead at 23 percent in the December poll taken soon after he announced he was actively exploring a presidential run, and Mr. Christie was in second at 13 percent.

A steadily growing list of 2016 Republican polling posts:
Give it up: "Favorite Son" Lindsey Graham ekes out an anemic 17% in South Carolina poll.  (2/17/2015)
New Hampshire: Jeb Bush holds slim lead among crowded GOP pack in NBC News/Marist poll.  (2/17/2015)
Mike Huckabee retakes Iowa lead, Walker falls to 3rd in NBC News/Marist poll.  (2/17/2015)
Another New Hampshire poll.  (2/8/2015)
How's Scott Walker doin' in New Hampshire? It depends upon what poll you read.  (2/8/2015)
One year before primary, New Hampshire, one of our whitest states, shows a preference for Scott Walker.  (2/5/2015)
Adding up 1st and 2nd choices, we find that Scott Walker is tied with "Don't Know" in latest Fox News poll.  (1/30/2015)
Jeb Bush starts to break away from the pack in latest CNN/ORC poll.  (12/30/2014)
Jeb Bush on top with 14% in latest ABC News/Washington Post poll.  (12/19/2014) 
McClatchy-Marist poll of 1,140 national adults (December 3-9, 2014).  (12/16/2014)

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