2012 GOP Presidential Primary Vote Choice (September 2010)

2012 GOP Presidential Primary Vote Choice (September 2010)

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Mitt Romney13%
Sarah Palin20%
Newt Gingrich15%
Mike Huckabee13%
Tim Pawlenty1%
Haley Barbour2%
Jeb Bush2%
Rick Perry7%
Ron Paul8%
Don't know18%

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categoryDemocratIndependentRepublican
Mitt Romney0%16%14%
Sarah Palin10%20%20%
Newt Gingrich0%0%16%
Mike Huckabee37%17%13%
Tim Pawlenty0%0%1%
Haley Barbour0%5%2%
Jeb Bush0%2%2%
Rick Perry10%2%8%
Ron Paul0%27%6%
Don't know43%11%17%

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categoryLean RepublicanNot very strong RepublicanStrong Republican
Mitt Romney14%13%15%
Sarah Palin20%16%22%
Newt Gingrich13%14%18%
Mike Huckabee8%17%13%
Tim Pawlenty3%0%1%
Haley Barbour0%0%3%
Jeb Bush3%0%3%
Rick Perry6%17%5%
Ron Paul11%9%4%
Don't know23%14%16%

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categoryLiberalsModeratesConservatives
Mitt Romney0%6%14%
Sarah Palin0%14%21%
Newt Gingrich0%0%16%
Mike Huckabee47%8%14%
Tim Pawlenty0%0%1%
Haley Barbour0%0%2%
Jeb Bush0%9%2%
Rick Perry0%11%7%
Ron Paul0%19%7%
Don't know53%32%17%

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categoryLeaning conservativeSomewhat conservativeExtremely conservative
Mitt Romney22%16%9%
Sarah Palin14%16%28%
Newt Gingrich8%19%17%
Mike Huckabee17%14%12%
Tim Pawlenty3%1%1%
Haley Barbour0%3%2%
Jeb Bush3%1%2%
Rick Perry10%6%6%
Ron Paul8%7%6%
Don't know15%17%17%

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categoryDemocratRepublicanTea Party
Mitt Romney0%14%17%
Sarah Palin27%22%23%
Newt Gingrich0%18%8%
Mike Huckabee47%12%13%
Tim Pawlenty0%1%2%
Haley Barbour0%1%3%
Jeb Bush0%2%4%
Rick Perry0%10%4%
Ron Paul0%4%14%
Don't know27%17%12%

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categoryWhiteBlackHispanic
Mitt Romney14%0%11%
Sarah Palin18%100%27%
Newt Gingrich16%0%8%
Mike Huckabee15%0%10%
Tim Pawlenty1%0%0%
Haley Barbour2%0%1%
Jeb Bush3%0%0%
Rick Perry5%0%17%
Ron Paul7%0%4%
Don't know18%0%22%

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categoryMaleFemale
Mitt Romney13%14%
Sarah Palin21%20%
Newt Gingrich18%11%
Mike Huckabee10%17%
Tim Pawlenty0%2%
Haley Barbour1%2%
Jeb Bush3%2%
Rick Perry9%5%
Ron Paul9%6%
Don't know16%21%

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categoryUrbanSuburbanRural
Mitt Romney10%13%17%
Sarah Palin20%20%21%
Newt Gingrich20%13%13%
Mike Huckabee15%12%15%
Tim Pawlenty0%1%2%
Haley Barbour1%2%2%
Jeb Bush1%2%5%
Rick Perry13%6%4%
Ron Paul5%10%5%
Don't know16%20%18%

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categoryNo high schoolHigh school graduateSome college2-year4-yearPost-grad
Mitt Romney34%10%14%6%18%29%
Sarah Palin0%23%19%17%20%16%
Newt Gingrich44%17%11%16%13%10%
Mike Huckabee0%12%17%11%13%12%
Tim Pawlenty0%2%0%5%2%0%
Haley Barbour0%1%3%5%1%0%
Jeb Bush0%3%1%0%5%8%
Rick Perry23%7%8%0%5%9%
Ron Paul0%4%10%27%9%3%
Don't know0%22%17%14%15%13%

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