Latest Iowa Caucus Poll Shows Significant Improvements for Some

By:  Raven Clabough
07/13/2011
       
Latest Iowa Caucus Poll Shows Significant Improvements for Some

The most recent Iowa caucus Republican presidential contender poll reveals a number of significant changes from the April poll, particularly for presidential hopefuls Michele Bachmann, Ron Paul, and Sarah Palin.

In April, Minnesota Representative Michele Bachman garnered 9 percent among likely Iowa voters. The newest poll, which consists of telephone interviews from July 5 through yesterday, shows Bachmann at 21 percent, surpassing former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, who has been the frontrunner in the race for the GOP primary thus far.

Similarly, Texas Congressman Ron Paul jumped from 3 percent of likely voters in April to 14 percent in the recent poll, an 11-point increase. Additionally, among Independent voters polled in the American Research Group Survey, Paul was one of the preferred choices, as well as Romney.

 

The most recent Iowa caucus Republican presidential contender poll reveals a number of significant changes from the April poll, particularly for presidential hopefuls Michele Bachmann, Ron Paul, and Sarah Palin.

In April, Minnesota Representative Michele Bachman garnered 9 percent among likely Iowa voters. The newest poll, which consists of telephone interviews from July 5 through yesterday, shows Bachmann at 21 percent, surpassing former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, who has been the frontrunner in the race for the GOP primary thus far.

Similarly, Texas Congressman Ron Paul jumped from 3 percent of likely voters in April to 14 percent in the recent poll, an 11-point increase. Additionally, among Independent voters polled in the American Research Group Survey, Paul was one of the preferred choices, as well as Romney.

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