Mitt-Out a Doubt?
According to Conventional Wisdom, New Hampshire's primary tonight (which we skipped to avoid the crowd and concentrate on other areas) will provide GOP frontrunner-in-waiting, Mitt Romney, with his second straight win and a chance to begin fulfilling pundits' prophecies pointing to his ultimate victory. custodia samsung j5 2016 trasparente If the Granite State is his true launch pad, then South Carolina will offer the opportunity for Romney to start leaving other GOP hopefuls in the dust. But Romney's numbers in the Granite State are slowly ratcheting down as he finally becomes the pincushion in the lead. Attack ads have, naturally, taken over the New Hampshire airwaves and the blogosphere. Some of those ads have legitimate points, while some...well...are just bizarre. Our favorite: the one that accuses Romney of starting a business with a goal of - GASP -- making lots of money! Now that Romney's rope-a-dope strategy can no longer be used, those slings and arrows are having an effect, although most pundits think Romney will still prevail. custodia telecomando samsung dvd If he wins with 30+ percent of the vote, the ensuing Primary in South Carolina may give him the octane to distance himself from the pack. So, as the nation's attention turns northeast, we turned our attention to the bucolic regions of the Palmetto State where we asked 993 likely voters in the South Carolina GOP primary two main questions:
- If the GOP primary election for president were held today, for whom would you vote?
- No matter who you're for, which candidate do you think ultimately be the GOP nominee?