By Dr. Lee M. Miringoff 10. Many voters waiting until November 12th to make up their minds 9. Romney voters claim our questions are biased by asking about the Newt Hampshire primary 8. GOP voters torn between anybody-but-Obama vote and anybody-but-Romney vote 7. Couldn’t find enough people in Lexington and Concord voting in the New […]
12/8: Why GOP Primary Poll Numbers Could Be Wrong
December 8, 2011
7/8: The GOP for 2012
July 8, 2011
By Dr. Lee M. Miringoff What is particularly striking about our recent national poll on campaign 2012 is the lack of definition of the GOP field of White House wannabes. Mitt Romney, the generally recognized front-runner, has the support of a mere 19% of Republican and Republican leaning independents. Not exactly emulating Secretariat’s run in […]
11/23: Rudy Giuliani…What If?
November 23, 2009
By Dr. Lee M. Miringoff What if Rudy Giuliani decides to challenge Democrat Kirsten Gillibrand for U.S. Senate? According to the Marist Poll, Giuliani would start the race as the morning line favorite against New York’s junior senator. Giuliani leads Gillibrand by 14 percentage points. But, let’s drill down in the numbers to find out […]
11/19: Carving Out a New Political Path?
November 19, 2009
By Dr. Lee M. Miringoff The shock waves resulting from Rudy Giuliani’s decision not to run for governor in New York State in 2010 are most immediate in Albany but they are also being felt as far south as Washington, D.C. Giuliani may have recognized that the road to the Executive Mansion could have been […]