GOP Poll

The Southern Republican Leadership Poll is a sampling of Republican movers and shakers within the Southern part of the United States (Translation: Lobbyists, politicians and other big donors). This poll is significant in that it measures whether or not a candidate is viable (can raise enough support to win the Republican Primary in the South, the traditional Republican bastion).

Mitt Romney 24% (439 votes)

Ron Paul 24% (438 votes)

Sarah Palin 18%

Newt Gingrich 18%

Mike Huckabee 4%

Tim Pawlenty 3%

Mike Pence 3%

Rick Santorum 2%

Gary Johnson 1%


My vote would fall into the one with 18%. All the others are RINO’s and at least one is an insane anti-semitic. I don’t know who Gary Johnson is and could care less. Gingrich is nothing but an opportunist and who does commercials with Pelosi. If the big money likes Romney and Paul you can bet they’re in their pockets.


April 11, 2010 - Posted by | Uncategorized


  1. Romney, Paul and Gingrich all had packed this gathering with supporters. It’s pretty clear that Palin is the popular front runner.

    Comment by reddog | April 12, 2010 | Reply

  2. I really like her but am not sure she’s got the “gravitas” to be president. But maybe she will in three years. Whether or not the economy improves will decide a lot of votes.

    Comment by cutshoot | April 12, 2010 | Reply

  3. Gravitas would mean she had moderated her rhetoric to be more acceptable to the “mainstream”. When that happens, she will lose her base. Her defiance in the face of outcast status is the thing they like about her best.

    Comment by reddog | April 12, 2010 | Reply

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