Delaware Presidential Poll – January 18, 2008

Posted: 01/18/2008 by that's Elbert in Delaware, election, GOP, John McCain, Mike Huckabee, opinions, Politics, polls, President, Republican

Here is the results of the most recent Presidential election survey conducted by the Wilmington (DE) Republican Region:

All Respondents
1. (3) Mitt Romney 27%
2. (2) Rudy Giuliani 22%
3. (1) John McCain 21%
4. (4) Mike Huckabee 14%
5. (5) Ron Paul 12%
6. (6) Tom Tancredo <1%

The results by county:

Sussex County
1. (2) Mitt Romney 32%
2. (3) John McCain 20%
3. (1) Mike Huckabee 19%
4. (4) Rudy Giuliani 18%
5. (5) Ron Paul 9%
6. (6) Tom Tancredo <1%

Kent County
1. (1) Mitt Romney 31%
2. (2) Rudy Giuliani 18%
3. (4) John McCain 17%
4. (3) Ron Paul 16%
5. (5) Mike Huckabee 13%
6. (6) Tom Tancredo <1%

New Castle County
1. (3) Mitt Romney 25%
2. (2) Rudy Giuliani 24%
3. (1) John McCain 22%
4. (4) Mike Huckabee 14%
5. (5) Ron Paul 12%
6. (6) Tom Tancredo <1%

I put in the candidate’s position in the poll last in parenthesis. In the two previous polls (12/7 & 1/11) and with this one, it seems that the participants have been more influenced by whoever is winning at the opinion/real polls in other states. Are we really examining the issues? As I noted last week, Fred Thompson, Alan Keyes, and Duncan Hunter are not in the list because they are not on the ballot in Delaware. Shame. Tom Tancredo is on the list despite the fact that he dropped out.

From the press release:

The Presidential Poll was conducted via e-mail between January 16, 2008 and January 17, 2008 with approximately 500 respondents. The majority of respondents are registered Republicans in Delaware, some Democrats, Independents, and those registered with other parties also participated.

Anyone interested in participating in future polls should send their e-mail address to tomross_de@hotmail.com.

The Wilmington Republican Region’s web site for these polls is here.

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