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The Obvious Facts Nobody is Facing In Iowa: Romney 20%, Non-Romney 68%

Posted by M.Joseph Sheppard At Palin4President2016 on December 28, 2011

The writing on the wall; Iowa’s consistent polling 
Romney 20 % 
Non-Romney 44 %
Libertarian 24 %

Or in even starker terms: Romney 20%  Non-Romney 68 %.

One could of course divide out any of the non-Romney’s e.g. Gingrich, and get a stark result e.g. Gingrich 13% Non-Gingrich, 75% but that  of course misses the point altogether.

The point is that Romney is supposed to be the inevitable nominee, the owner of the “next in line, it’s his turn” mantle. That flies in the face of the consistent Iowa polling. Let’s face facts: what we see in Iowa is Christian conservatives 44 %,  RINO/Beltway/Mormon 20%, Unelectable Libertarian 24 %.

The rank and file don’t want Romney. He may win in New Hampshire, but the polls so far show that Iowa, South Carolina, and Florida don’t want him. 

It may be an anti-RINO feeling which may dissipate to some degree come November, but reading conservative blogs, there is a dogged determination not to vote for a RINO this time. 

If Romney does get the nomination, via the fracturing of the conservative vote, the  subsequent stay-at-home level of usual GOP voters could doom his campaign – if Trump and Gary Johnson have not done so anyway.

CONSERVATIVES4PALIN has this view of the PPP poll results:

Paul: 24%
Romney: 20%
Gingrich: 13%
Bachmann: 11%
Santorum: 10%
Perry: 10%
Huntsman: 4%
Roemer: 2%
Isn’t it time for Newt to consider taking a dive in New Hampshire by telling two-thirds of his supporters in New Hampshire to purposefully vote for Paul in New Hampshire in the hopes that Paul can deliver a crushing blow to Romney in the state? After all, wouldn’t Newt take 5% in New Hampshire if it meant that Paul beat Romney by a 36-34 margin in NH because Gingrich’s voters strategically played Mitt like a fiddle? The short-run success of the Ron Paul Revolution may help make the long-run success of the Palin revolution possible.
What continues to be amazing about the media coverage of Mitt Romney is that he will likely win fewer votes in the 2012 Iowa caucuses than the number of votes he won in the 2008 Iowa caucuses despite the fact he’s facing significantly weaker competition in 2012 than he faced in 2008 and yet the media will declare him one of the winners if he finishes in second or third place.”
There is an alternative, of course, which is for Sarah Palin to enter the race, or, as a previous posting on SPIB shows, for the voters to take the bull by the horns and, as suggested for the Iowa caucus, simply write her in.
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One Response to “The Obvious Facts Nobody is Facing In Iowa: Romney 20%, Non-Romney 68%”

  1. The pundits continue to have ideas and predictions that not one is sure how it will go until the Iowa people decide who they support, the fact is out of 634,000 register Republicans only 120,000 go to the caucus this equal that around
    500,000 are not participating, I believe that is due to the need for a candidate that stimulate the Republican base
    and the name is Sarah Palin, the question is if she will change her mind or not, probably all this is part of well calculated
    political plan I believe she is smart enough to go that route. On the other side of the coin if she is not running all this theories and numbers only helps BARAK HUSSEIN OBAMA, she has to come to the plate and tell the pundits to stop
    speculating of her real intentions the sooner she does the better for the country and the candidates that threw.
    they hat in the ring.

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