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Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Attention RNC Delegates! Ron Paul beats Obama and Romney with 58% favorability in national poll.




Give our Ron Paul Republican activists and Ron Paul Delegates the information they need to show all the RNC Delegates in Tampa that Paul can beat Obama and Romney can't. Please "ChipIn" to fund the Paul vs. Obama Poll #3:
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 13 August 2012

New Poll: 45% Vote Ron Paul For President With 58% Favorability. In a new poll conducted by Pulse Opinion Research matching up presidential candidates Barack Obama and Ron Paul, 45% of one thousand likely voters across America said they would vote Ron Paul for President.

58% of those surveyed have a favorable view of Ron Paul, while just 36% have an unfavorable view. Compare this to Mitt Romney (50% favorable, 45% unfavorable) and Barack Obama (51% favorable, 48% unfavorable). Ron Paul is viewed in a favorable light by significantly more people than Obama or Romney.

The "likely voters" were asked the following question: "Suppose in this year's Presidential Election you had a choice between Republican Ron Paul and Democrat Barack Obama. If the election were held today would you vote for Republican Ron Paul or Democrat Barack Obama?"

The results are: 45% Ron Paul and 47% Barack Obama. (+/-3%)
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Top Line Numbers:

National Survey of 1,000 Likely Voters
Conducted August 5, 2012
By Pulse Opinion Research

1) Suppose in this year's Presidential Election you had a choice between Republican Ron Paul and Democrat Barack Obama. If the election were held today would you vote for Republican Ron Paul or Democrat Barack Obama
45% - Paul
47% - Obama
6% - Some other candidate
2% - Not sure

2) If the Presidential Election were held today, would you vote for Republican Mitt Romney or Democrat Barack Obama?
48% Romney
46% Obama
4% Some other candidate
2% Not sure More
New poll: 58% Favor Ron Paul For President

3) I'm going to read you a short list of people in the News. For each, please let me know if you have a very favorable, somewhat favorable, somewhat unfavorable, or very unfavorable impression.

Mitt Romney
24% Very favorable
26% Somewhat favorable
21% Somewhat unfavorable
24% Very unfavorable
5% Not sure

4) Barack Obama
35% Very favorable
16% Somewhat favorable
10% Somewhat unfavorable
38% Very unfavorable
1% Not sure

5) Ron Paul
17% Very favorable
41% Somewhat favorable
21% Somewhat unfavorable
15% Very unfavorable
7% Not sure

6) How would you rate the job Barack Obama has been doing as President. do you strongly approve, somewhat approve, somewhat disapprove, or strongly disapprove of the job he's been doing?

34% Strongly approve
17% Somewhat approve
8% Somewhat disapprove
39% Strongly disapprove
2% Not sure

NOTE: Margin of Sampling Error, +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence.
Contact:
James Rushing
jimrushing@cox.net

Ron Paul Republicans:
http://www.dailypaul.com/245437/paul-vs-obama-poll?from=lbp
"The national telephone survey of 1000 likely voters was conducted by Pulse Opinion Research on August 5, 2012. Pulse Opinion Research, LLC is an independent public opinion research firm using automated polling methodology and procedures licensed from Rasmussen Reports, LLC."
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Thanks for the continued support.
Give our Ron Paul Republican activists and Ron Paul Delegates the information they need to show all the RNC Delegates in Tampa that Paul can beat Obama and Romney can't. Please "ChipIn" to fund the Paul vs. Obama Poll #3:
http://paulvsobamapoll.chipin.com/ron-paul-vs-obama-poll
Poll#1 resullts were published on 11 Aug 12.
Poll#2 is funded and ready to be launched on 15 August, with results on 17 Aug.
Poll#3 needs to be funded by 22 Aug to have results on 24 Aug.

The polls show what the RNC Delegates need to know - Ron Paul is America's choice for President.
Harm no one. Let no one harm you.

Source:  Attention RNC Delegates! Ron Paul beats Obama and Romney with 58% favorability in national poll.

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