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The following sections collect local-event-based public straw polls where American voters selected among Democratic, Republican, and other appropriate candidates for the 2008 presidential election. The largest was the Ames Straw Poll held in Iowa on August 11 2007, won by former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney; other notable polls included the Texas Straw Poll of September 1 2007, won by Congressman Duncan Hunter. This article separately lists a collection of polls conducted on the honor system, in which ordinary controls are absent; such polls are often conducted wholly over the Internet, over a period of months, or with interim results publicized before close.

In event-based polls, like the election itself, public response is generally widely solicited for a particular event or registration process; the sample represents only willing, eligible people who become aware of the process through advertising and choose to enter, and sometimes an event fee is paid. By contrast, in demographic polls (such as opinion polls for the Democratic and Republican candidates), through a private random selection process, a subset of the target public is chosen as statistically representative, and individual responses are solicited, generally by phone; the sample represents only willing, eligible people from a statistical cross-section of the voter base. Demographic polls are regarded as more statistically accurate pictures of public opinion, while straw polls provide important interactive dialogue among movements, reflecting trends like organization and motivation.[1][2]

Democratic polls

Numerous straw polls were held for the Democratic Party's 2008 United States presidential nomination. Senators Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama lead all Democratic candidates in total straw poll victories.

The following sections collect local-event-based public straw polls where American voters selected among Democratic candidates. In event-based polls, like the election itself, public response is generally widely solicited for a particular event or registration process; the sample represents only willing, eligible people who become aware of the process through advertising and choose to enter, and sometimes an event fee is paid. By contrast, in demographic polls (such as the Democratic opinion polls), through a private random selection process, a subset of the target public is chosen as statistically representative, and individual responses are solicited, generally by phone; the sample represents only willing, eligible people from a statistical cross-section of the voter base. Demographic polls are regarded as more statistically accurate pictures of public opinion, while straw polls provide important interactive dialogue among movements, reflecting trends like organization and motivation.[3][4]

Because varying presentation methods of the same statistics can subjectively affect perceived results, several reasonable presentation methods are contrasted below. Except for the candidate list and narrative presentation, only the active registered multistate Democratic campaigns as of January 3 2008 (the first primary) are considered.

Candidates

The following official and potential 2008 candidates have appeared in Democratic straw poll results: Jared Ball, Evan Bayh, Joe Biden, Barbara Boxer, Wesley Clark, Hillary Clinton, Howard Dean, Chris Dodd, John Edwards, Russ Feingold, Al Gore, Mike Gravel, John Kerry, Dennis Kucinich, Cynthia McKinney, Frank Moore, Barack Obama, Bill Richardson, Tom Vilsack, Mark Warner. The category "Other" includes all other straw poll responses (undecided, blank, fictitious, invalid, etc.) and is treated as an additional candidate for ranking purposes.

Recent winners map

Each state and D.C. has been colored to represent its last straw poll winner.[5] State coloring is not necessarily representative of primary or general election results in the state since many straw polls are smaller, local events, often conducted months before the primary. The numbers of states in which each candidate has won the state's latest straw poll are as follows:

1. Barack Obama (9)

2. Hillary Clinton (4)

3. John Edwards (3)

4. Chris Dodd (1)

5. Joe Biden, Mike Gravel, Dennis Kucinich, Bill Richardson (0)

Narrative

The following 33 poll results (including 10 multiparty polls) are sorted by U.S. state. Where data is incomplete, it reflects all data available at source.[6][7][8]

Arizona

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Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
District 8 Democrats
AZ
2007-08-21 (35) Al Gore 18 (51%), John Edwards 6 (17%), Hillary Clinton 5 (14%), Barack Obama 3 (9%), Joe Biden 2 (6%), Dennis Kucinich 1 (3%).

California

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Democratic Straw Poll
San Mateo CA
2007-10-21 (1000?) John Edwards 290+ (29%), Dennis Kucinich 240+ (24%), Barack Obama 171, Hillary Clinton 128, Other 5th, Al Gore 23, Bill Richardson 7th, Joe Biden 8th, Chris Dodd 8th, Mike Gravel 8th.
San Diego Convention
San Diego CA
2007-09-08 (291) Hillary Clinton 74 (25.4%), John Edwards 63 (21.6%), Barack Obama 46 (15.8%), Dennis Kucinich 40 (13.7%), Al Gore 40 (13.7%), Bill Richardson 26 (8.9%), Other 2 (0.7%).

Florida

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
University of South Florida
Pinellas County FL
2008-01-22 (900?) Barack Obama 54%, Hillary Clinton 33%, John Edwards 8%, Other 5%.
FL Democratic Convention
2007-10-28 (703) Hillary Clinton 296 (42.1%), Barack Obama 110 (15.6%), John Edwards 108 (15.4%), Al Gore 82 (11.7%), Dennis Kucinich 45 (6.4%), Bill Richardson 31 (4.4%), Joe Biden 20 (2.8%), Mike Gravel 7 (1.0%), Chris Dodd 2 (0.3%), Other 2 (0.3%).
Florida State Fair
FL
2007-02-19 (2750) Hillary Clinton 1517 (55.16%), Barack Obama 466 (16.95%), John Edwards 335 (12.18%), Al Gore 211 (7.67%), Joe Biden 52 (1.89%), Bill Richardson 44 (1.60%), Dennis Kucinich 38 (1.38%), Wesley Clark 30 (1.09%), Howard Dean 18 (0.65%), Tom Vilsack 15 (0.55%), Chris Dodd 10 (0.36%), Barbara Boxer 7 (0.25%), Other 7 (0.25%).

Idaho

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Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Nez Perce County
ID
2007-07-16 (59) Barack Obama 18 (31%), Hillary Clinton 16 (27%), Bill Richardson 8 (14%), John Edwards 6 (10%), Other 5 (8%), Joe Biden 3 (5%), Dennis Kucinich 2 (3%), Mike Gravel 1 (2%).

Illinois

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Dupage County Fair
Dupage County IL
2007-08-09 (431) Barack Obama 60%, Hillary Clinton 25%, John Edwards 8%, Other 7%.
Kane County Fair
Kane County IL
2007-08-09 (277) Barack Obama 53%, Hillary Clinton 27%, John Edwards 10%, Other 10%.

Kentucky

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Kentucky State Fair
KY
2007-08-29 (835) Hillary Clinton 349 (41.8%), Barack Obama 195 (23.4%), John Edwards 183 (21.9%), Bill Richardson 31 (3.7%), Chris Dodd 25 (3.0%), Joe Biden 21 (2.5%), Dennis Kucinich 17 (2.0%), Mike Gravel 14 (1.7%).

Maryland

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Democratic Party Poll
Blue Crab MD
2007-03-07 (4382) Barack Obama 1444 (32.95%), Al Gore 883 (20.15%), Hillary Clinton 683 (15.59%), John Edwards 594 (13.56%), Bill Richardson 336 (7.67%), Wesley Clark 180 (4.11%), Joe Biden 98 (2.24%), Dennis Kucinich 89 (2.03%), Other 50 (1.14%), Chris Dodd 25 (0.57%).

Massachusetts

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
National Caucus #136
Needham MA
2007-12-07 (9) Barack Obama 1st, Dennis Kucinich 2nd, John Edwards 3rd, Hillary Clinton 4th.

Minnesota

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Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Minnesota Caucus
MN
2007-03-07 (1216) Hillary Clinton 324 (26.6%), Barack Obama 323 (26.6%), Other 207 (17.0%), John Edwards 176 (14.5%), Bill Richardson 115 (9.5%), Al Gore 31 (2.5%), Wesley Clark 17 (1.4%), Joe Biden 13 (1.1%), Chris Dodd 6 (0.5%), Tom Vilsack 4 (0.3%).

Nebraska

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
HHD Farm Bureau[2]
NE
2007-09-14 (165) Barack Obama 35%, Hillary Clinton 31%, Other 18%, John Edwards 16%.
Nebraska Democrats
NE
2007-02-15 (676?) Hillary Clinton 20%, John Edwards 15%, Wesley Clark 11%, Mark Warner 10%, Russ Feingold 8%, Other 7%, Tom Vilsack 6%, Joe Biden 5%, Evan Bayh 5%, Bill Richardson 5%, John Kerry 4%, Barack Obama 3%, Al Gore 1%.

New Jersey

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
National Caucus #126
Roselle Park NJ
2007-12-07 (200?) John Edwards 70+, Barack Obama 60+, Dennis Kucinich 30+.

New York

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Bellmore-Merrick Democratic Club[3]
Merrick NY
2008-01-30 (256) Barack Obama 143 (55.9%), Hillary Clinton 108 (42.2%), John Edwards 3 (1.2%), Dennis Kucinich 2 (0.8%).

Oregon

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Sunriver Straw Poll
Sunriver OR
2007-10-07 (144?) Barack Obama 49, John Edwards 47, Hillary Clinton 36, Bill Richardson 12.

South Carolina

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Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
York County Democrats
York County SC
2007-03-05 (100?) Chris Dodd 28%, Barack Obama 24%, Hillary Clinton 18%, John Edwards 11%, Al Gore 8%, Joe Biden 5.5%, Other 5.5%.

Texas

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Gregg County Fair
Gregg County TX
2007-09-18 (142-149) Hillary Clinton 55-58 (39%), Barack Obama 52-55 (37%), John Edwards 14-15 (10%), Dennis Kucinich 6 (4%), Other 6 (4%), Bill Richardson 4 (3%), Al Gore 2 (1%), Joe Biden 1 (1%), Chris Dodd 1 (1%), Mike Gravel 1 (1%).

Vermont

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Democratic Party Poll
VT
2007-08-01 (800?) Barack Obama 36.0%, John Edwards 29.2%, Hillary Clinton 10.2%, Bill Richardson 9.7%, Dennis Kucinich 8.2%, Other 4.2%, Joe Biden 3.7%, Mike Gravel 1%, Chris Dodd 0.3%.

Virginia

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Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Falls Church
Falls Church VA
2007-04-23 (103) John Edwards 35 (34%), Barack Obama 34 (33%), Hillary Clinton 20 (19%), Bill Richardson 12 (12%), Joe Biden 2 (2%).

Wisconsin

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Wisconsin Fair
WI
2007-08-05 (1401) Hillary Clinton 521 (37.2%), Barack Obama 359 (25.6%), John Edwards 217 (15.5%), Al Gore 144 (10.3%), Dennis Kucinich 69 (4.9%), Joe Biden 35 (2.5%), Bill Richardson 24 (1.7%), Chris Dodd 17 (1.2%), Mike Gravel 15 (1.1%).

Multiparty

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Middletown Presidential Poll
Middletown CT
2008-01-26 Ron Paul 42%, Hillary Clinton 30%, Barack Obama 20%, Other 4%, John McCain 2%, Mitt Romney 2%.
National Caucus #125
San Marcos CA
2007-12-07 (18) John McCain 5 (28%), Barack Obama 3 (17%), Other 3 (17%), Hillary Clinton 2 (11%), John Edwards 1 (6%), Mike Huckabee 1 (6%), Ralph Nader 1 (6%), Ron Paul 1 (6%), Mitt Romney 1 (6%).
National Caucus #108
Chicago IL
2007-12-07 (6) Cynthia McKinney 3 (50%), Jared Ball 1 (17%), Frank Moore 1 (17%), Ron Paul 1 (17%).
National Caucus #120
Pineville MO
2007-12-07 (18) Ron Paul 15 (83%), Other 2 (11%), Tom Tancredo 1 (6%).
National Caucus #135
Richmond MO
2007-12-07 (21) Fred Thompson 6 (29%), Mike Huckabee 3 (14%), Hillary Clinton 2 (10%), Rudy Giuliani 2 (10%), Barack Obama 2 (10%), Bill Richardson 2 (10%), John Edwards 1 (5%), Al Gore 1 (5%), John McCain 1 (5%), Mitt Romney 1 (5%).
Pioneer Park Straw Poll
St Petersburg FL
2007-11-28 (322) Ron Paul 240 (74.5%), Other 56 (17.4%), Dennis Kucinich 26 (8.1%).
FRC Values Voters Poll
Washington DC
2007-10-20 (5775) Mitt Romney 1595 (27.62%), Mike Huckabee 1565 (27.10%), Ron Paul 865 (14.98%), Fred Thompson 564 (9.77%), Other 396 (6.86%), Sam Brownback 297 (5.14%), Duncan Hunter 140 (2.42%), Tom Tancredo 133 (2.30%), Rudy Giuliani 107 (1.85%), John McCain 81 (1.40%), Barack Obama 9 (0.16%), Joe Biden 5 (0.09%), Hillary Clinton 5 (0.09%), John Edwards 4 (0.07%), Dennis Kucinich 4 (0.07%), Christopher Dodd 2 (0.03%), Bill Richardson 2 (0.03%), Mike Gravel 1 (0.02%).
Blue Hill Fair
Blue Hill ME
2007-09-06 (595) Hillary Clinton 156 (26.2%), Barack Obama 120 (20.2%), Other 52 (8.7%), John Edwards 47 (7.9%), Mitt Romney 46 (7.7%), Rudy Giuliani 43 (7.2%), Fred Thompson 40 (6.7%), Dennis Kucinich 28 (4.7%), Bill Richardson 18 (3.0%), John McCain 12 (2.0%), Ron Paul 8 (1.3%), Mike Huckabee 6 (1.0%), Joe Biden 5 (0.8%), Chris Dodd 5 (0.8%), Mike Gravel 4 (0.7%), Sam Brownback 3 (0.5%), Duncan Hunter 1 (0.2%), Tom Tancredo 1 (0.2%).
CNHT Family Reunion Picnic
NH
2007-07-07 (294) Ron Paul 182 (61.9%), Rudy Giuliani 22 (7.5%), Daniel Gilbert 20 (6.8%), Mitt Romney 13 (4.4%), Mike Huckabee 10 (3.4%), Tommy Thompson 9 (3.1%), Sam Brownback 8 (2.7%), Duncan Hunter 6 (2.0%), Newt Gingrich 5 (1.7%), John Cox 4 (1.4%), Fred Thompson 4 (1.4%), Tom Tancredo 3 (1.0%), Robert Haines 2 (0.7%), George Phillies 2 (0.7%), Dennis Kucinich 1 (0.3%), John McCain 1 (0.3%), Barack Obama 1 (0.3%), Other 1 (0.3%).
National Taxpayers Conference
DC
2007-06-16 (144) Fred Thompson 37 (26%), Ron Paul 24 (17%), Rudy Giuliani 18 (13%), Mitt Romney 13 (9%), John McCain 8 (6%), Mike Huckabee 7 (5%), Jim Gilmore 6 (4%), Newt Gingrich 5 (3%), Other 4 (3%), Sam Brownback 3 (2%), Duncan Hunter 3 (2%), Tom Tancredo 3 (2%), Dick Armey 2 (1%), Hillary Clinton 2 (1%), Barack Obama 2 (1%), Tommy Thompson 2 (1%), Jeb Bush 1 (1%), Tom Coburn 1 (1%), Steve Forbes 1 (1%), Mike Gravel 1 (1%), Bill Richardson 1 (1%), Joe Biden 0 (0%), Chris Dodd 0 (0%), John Edwards 0 (0%), Dennis Kucinich 0 (0%).

Raw data

Data suitable for spreadsheet import (letters represent hexadecimal-plus characters).

Head-to-head

Records of wins, losses, and ties grouped by the Condorcet method.[9][10]

1. Obama beats Biden 16-1, Clinton 15-11-2, Dodd 12-1, Edwards 22-6, Gravel 10-0, Kucinich 16-1-1, Richardson 15-1-1 (7 wins)

2. Clinton beats Biden 16-0-1, Dodd 12-1, Edwards 21-6, Gravel 10-0, Kucinich 14-2, Richardson 17-0-1 (6 wins)

3. Edwards beats Biden 15-1-1, Dodd 11-1-1, Gravel 9-1, Kucinich 14-1-2, Richardson 15-3 (5 wins)

4. Kucinich beats Dodd 9-1-1, Gravel 9-1, Richardson 7-6, ties Biden 6-6-1 (3.5 wins)

5. Richardson beats Biden 11-3-1, Dodd 11-0-1, Gravel 9-0-1 (3 wins)

6. Biden beats Dodd 7-2-4, Gravel 7-1-2, ties Kucinich 6-6-1 (2.5 wins)

7. Dodd beats Gravel 4-3-2 (1 win)

8. Gravel beats none (0 wins)

Total wins

Total number of first-place finishes.

1. Obama (10)

2. Clinton (9)

3. Edwards (3)

4. Dodd (1)

5. Biden, Gravel, Kucinich, Richardson (0)

Win-place

Total number of top 2 finishes.[11]

1. Obama 10-11 (21)

2. Clinton 9-7 (16)

3. Edwards 3-5 (8)

4. Kucinich 0-2 (2)

5. Dodd 1-0 (1)

6. Biden 0-0, Gravel 0-0, Richardson 0-0 (0)

Win-place-show

Total number of top 3 finishes.[12]

1. Obama 10-11-4 (25)

2. Clinton 9-7-7 (23)

3. Edwards 3-5-10 (18)

4. Kucinich 0-2-2 (4)

5. Richardson 0-0-2 (2)

6. Dodd 1-0-0 (1)

7. Biden 0-0-0, Gravel 0-0-0 (0)

Olympic ratings

Top 3 finishes with 3 points for win, 2 for place, 1 for show.[12]

1. Obama 10-11-4 (54)

2. Clinton 9-7-7 (48)

3. Edwards 3-5-10 (29)

4. Kucinich 0-2-2 (6)

5. Dodd 1-0-0 (3)

6. Richardson 0-0-2 (2)

7. Biden 0-0-0, Gravel 0-0-0 (0)

NASCAR ratings

100 for win, 98 for place, 96 for show, etc., 0 if absent. This rating gives a high weight to total poll presences.[13]

Among 9 polls with no absences: Clinton 844, Obama 842, Edwards 808, Kucinich 774, Richardson 766, Biden 740, Dodd 722, Gravel 720.

Among 12 polls with up to 1 absent: Obama 1140, Clinton 1138, Edwards 1092, Richardson 1044, Kucinich 1036, Biden 1010, Dodd 884, Gravel 806.

Among 13 polls with up to 2 absent: Clinton 1238 (tie), Obama 1238 (tie), Edwards 1186, Richardson 1136, Biden 1096, Kucinich 1036, Dodd 968, Gravel 806.

Total votes

Votes (total 11807) in all cases where vote counts are reported.[12]

1. Clinton 4299 (36.41%)

2. Obama 3610 (30.58%)

3. Edwards 2200 (18.63%)

4. Richardson 666 (5.64%)

5. Kucinich 638 (5.40%)

6. Biden 257 (2.18%)

7. Dodd 93 (0.79%)

8. Gravel 44 (0.37%)

Recent votes

Votes (total 6076) taken after the Blue Crab Maryland Straw Poll of 2007-03-07, in all cases where vote counts are reported. This compares recent with overall performance, and avoids giving undue weight to the results of the single largest poll.[14]

1. Clinton 2099 (34.55%)

2. Obama 1700 (27.98%)

3. Edwards 1271 (20.92%)

4. Kucinich 511 (8.41%)

5. Richardson 286 (4.71%)

6. Biden 107 (1.76%)

7. Dodd 58 (0.95%)

8. Gravel 44 (0.72%)

Republican polls

Numerous straw polls were held for the Republican Party's 2008 United States presidential nomination. The largest was the Ames Straw Poll held in Iowa on August 11 2007, won by former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney. Other large straw polls included the Southern Republican Leadership poll (won by Senator Bill Frist in 2006), the CPAC straw poll and the Utah GOP Poll (won most recently by Mitt Romney), the Texas Straw Poll (won by Congressman Duncan Hunter), and the Ohio GOP Poll (won by Senator Fred Thompson). Congressman Ron Paul, Mitt Romney, and Fred Thompson lead all Republican candidates in total straw poll victories. John McCain, to whom a majority of Republican delegates are currently pledged, has had a relatively lower showing in straw polls.

The following sections collect local-event-based public straw polls where American voters selected among Republican candidates. In event-based polls, like the election itself, public response is generally widely solicited for a particular event or registration process; the sample represents only willing, eligible people who become aware of the process through advertising and choose to enter, and sometimes an event fee is paid. By contrast, in demographic polls (such as the Republican opinion polls), through a private random selection process, a subset of the target public is chosen as statistically representative, and individual responses are solicited, generally by phone; the sample represents only willing, eligible people from a statistical cross-section of the voter base. Demographic polls are regarded as more statistically accurate pictures of public opinion, while straw polls provide important interactive dialogue among movements, reflecting trends like organization and motivation.[15][16]

Because varying presentation methods of the same statistics can subjectively affect perceived results, several reasonable presentation methods are contrasted below. Except for the candidate list and narrative presentation, only the active registered multistate Republican campaigns as of January 3 2008 (the first primary) are considered.

Candidates

The following official and potential 2008 candidates have appeared in Republican straw poll results: George Allen, Dick Armey, Haley Barbour, Sam Brownback, George W. Bush, Jeb Bush, Tom Coburn, Hugh Cort, John Cox, Jerry Curry, Susan Ducey, Bob Ehrlich, Cap Fendig, Steve Forbes, Bill Frist, Daniel Gilbert, Jim Gilmore, Newt Gingrich, Rudy Giuliani, Chuck Hagel, Robert Haines, Mike Huckabee, Duncan Hunter, Alan Keyes, Stan Lockhart, John McCain, Ray McKinney, Candice Miller, George Pataki, Ron Paul, Mike Pence, David Petraeus, George Phillies, Colin Powell, Condoleezza Rice, Mitt Romney, Mark Sanford, Rick Santorum, Richard Michael Smith, Keith Sprankle, Tom Tancredo, Fred Thompson, Tommy Thompson. The category "Other" includes all other straw poll responses (undecided, blank, fictitious, invalid, etc.) and is treated as an additional candidate for ranking purposes.

Recent winners map

Each state and D.C. has been colored to represent its last straw poll winner.[5] State coloring is not necessarily representative of primary or general election results in the state since many straw polls are smaller, local events, often conducted months before the primary. The numbers of states in which each candidate has won the state's latest straw poll are as follows:

1. Ron Paul (17)

2. Mitt Romney (8)

3. Fred Thompson (6)

4. Rudy Giuliani (3)

5. Mike Huckabee (2), John McCain (1, plus District of Columbia)

7. Duncan Hunter (1)

8. Alan Keyes (0)

Narrative

The following 125 poll results (including 1 international poll and 9 multiparty polls) are sorted by U.S. state. Where data is incomplete, it reflects all data available at source.[6][7][8]

Alabama

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Alabama Republican Assembly
Birmingham AL
2008-01-27 Ron Paul 81%, Mike Huckabee 13%, Mitt Romney 6%.
GOP Poll
Jefferson County AL
2007-10-13 (199) Ron Paul 115 (58%), Fred Thompson 31 (16%), Rudy Giuliani 18 (9%), Mitt Romney 16 (8%), Mike Huckabee 8 (4%), Duncan Hunter 5 (3%), John McCain 3 (2%), Sam Brownback 1 (1%), Hugh Cort 1 (1%), Other 1 (1%).
Republican Assembly[17]
West AL
2007-08-18 (266) Ron Paul 216 (81.2%), Mitt Romney 14 (5.3%), Duncan Hunter 10 (3.8%), Fred Thompson 9 (3.4%), Rudy Giuliani 7 (2.6%), Mike Huckabee 6 (2.3%), John McCain 2 (0.8%), Sam Brownback 2 (0.8%), Tom Tancredo 0 (0.0%).

Arizona

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Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Maricopa County GOP
Maricopa County AZ
2008-01-19 (721) Mitt Romney 188 (26.1%), Fred Thompson 121 (16.8%), Ron Paul 115 (16.0%), Duncan Hunter 93 (12.9%), John McCain 80 (11.1%), Other 59 (8.2%), Rudy Giuliani 33 (4.6%), Mike Huckabee 32 (4.4%).
Republican Professionals Association[18]
Phoenix AZ
2008-01-10 (515) Ron Paul 414 (80.4%), John McCain 64 (12.4%), Mitt Romney 13 (2.5%), Rudy Giuliani 7 (1.4%), Other 7 (1.4%), Fred Thompson 6 (1.2%), Duncan Hunter 3 (0.6%), Mike Huckabee 1 (0.2%).
Graham County Fair
Graham County AZ
2007-11-05 (71) Mitt Romney 29 (41%), John McCain 26 (37%), Mike Huckabee 5 (7%), Fred Thompson 4 (6%), Sam Brownback 3 (4%), Rudy Giuliani 3 (4%), Ron Paul 1 (1%).
Republicans Meeting[19]
Maricopa County AZ
2007-01-13 (458) Duncan Hunter 96 (21.0%), Mitt Romney 82 (17.9%), Other 77 (16.8%), Newt Gingrich 53 (11.6%), John McCain 50 (10.9%), Condoleezza Rice 27 (5.9%), Tom Tancredo 24 (5.2%), Rudy Giuliani 22 (4.8%), Sam Brownback 14 (3.1%), Mike Huckabee 10 (2.2%), Chuck Hagel 2 (0.4%), Haley Barbour 1 (0.2%), George Pataki 0 (0.0%).

Arkansas

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Benton County GOP
Benton County AR
2008-01-25 Ron Paul 36.6%, Mitt Romney 24.6%, Mike Huckabee 21.1%, John McCain 14.0%, Rudy Giuliani 2.8%, Other 0.9%.
Republican Assembly Convention
Clarksville AR
2007-07-22 Fred Thompson 86%, Other 14%.

California

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Inland Empire GOP Poll
Riverside County CA
2008-01-31 (200?) Mitt Romney 44%, Ron Paul 31%, John McCain 20%, Mike Huckabee 4%, Other 1%.
GOP Poll[20]
San Diego CA
2007-12-06 (313) Mitt Romney 117 (37.4%), Ron Paul 73 (23.3%), Rudy Giuliani 51 (16.3%), Duncan Hunter 36 (11.5%), Mike Huckabee 14 (4.5%), John McCain 12 (3.8%), Fred Thompson 10 (3.2%), Tom Tancredo 0 (0.0%).
Fresno County GOP[21]
Fresno County CA
2007-11-15 (150?) Ron Paul 35%, Rudy Giuliani 33%, Mitt Romney 17%, Fred Thompson 7%, Mike Huckabee 5%, Tom Tancredo 2%, Duncan Hunter 1%.
National Federation of Republican Women
Palm Springs CA
2007-09-29 (721) Rudy Giuliani 362 (50.2%), Fred Thompson 151 (20.9%), Mitt Romney 104 (14.4%), Mike Huckabee 48 (6.7%), Duncan Hunter 29 (4.0%), John McCain 13 (1.8%), Tom Tancredo 9 (1.2%), Ron Paul 3 (0.4%), Sam Brownback 2 (0.3%).
Republican Assembly
CA
2007-04-24 (114) Fred Thompson 28 (25%), Duncan Hunter 22 (19%), Mitt Romney 22 (19%), Ron Paul 14 (12%), Tom Tancredo 9 (8%), Newt Gingrich 8 (7%), Rudy Giuliani 8 (7%), Sam Brownback 3 (3%), Mike Huckabee 0 (0%), John McCain 0 (0%), Tommy Thompson 0 (0%).

Colorado

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Adams County GOP
Adams County CO
2007-09-26 (29) Rudy Giuliani 8 (28%), Fred Thompson 7 (24%), Mike Huckabee 3 (10%), Mitt Romney 3 (10%), Tom Tancredo 3 (10%), Sam Brownback 2 (7%), Newt Gingrich 1 (3%), Duncan Hunter 1 (3%), Ron Paul 1 (3%).

Connecticut

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Connecticut Republicans[22]
Middletown CT Poll 2
2008-01-25 (72) John McCain 26 (36%), Mitt Romney 22 (31%), Ron Paul 10 (14%), Rudy Giuliani 8 (11%), Mike Huckabee 3 (4%), Other 2 (3%), Duncan Hunter 1 (1%), Fred Thompson 0 (0%).
Connecticut Republicans[22]
Middletown CT Poll 1
2008-01-25 (185) Ron Paul 65 (35%), John McCain 52 (28%), Mitt Romney 44 (24%), Rudy Giuliani 16 (9%), Mike Huckabee 5 (3%), Other 3 (2%), Duncan Hunter 0 (0%), Fred Thompson 0 (0%).

District of Columbia

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
DC Republican Committee
Washington DC
2008-01-31 John McCain 43.5%, Mitt Romney 35.3%, Ron Paul 8.1%, Rudy Giuliani 6.4%, Mike Huckabee 5.1%, Other 1.6%.
CPAC
Washington DC
2007-03-03 (1705) Mitt Romney 21%, Rudy Giuliani 17%, Sam Brownback 15%, Newt Gingrich 14%, John McCain 12%, Other 6th, Tom Tancredo 7th, Ron Paul 8th, Jim Gilmore 9th, Mike Huckabee 10th, Duncan Hunter 11th.
CPAC
Washington DC
2006-02-11 (1251) George Allen 22%, John McCain 20%, Rudy Giuliani 12%, Condoleezza Rice 10%, Other 9%, Bill Frist 6%, Newt Gingrich 5%, Mitt Romney 5%, Tom Tancredo 5%, George Pataki 3%, Rick Santorum 3%.

Florida

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
University of South Florida
Pinellas County FL
2008-01-22 (900?) Other 33%, Ron Paul 24%, John McCain 22%, Mike Huckabee 21%.
Duval County/UNF Mock Convention[23]
Jacksonville FL
2007-11-15 (493) Ron Paul 112 (22.7%), Rudy Giuliani 88 (17.8%), Mike Huckabee 75 (15.2%), Fred Thompson 62 (12.6%), Duncan Hunter 57 (11.6%), John McCain 52 (10.5%), Mitt Romney 38 (7.7%), Alan Keyes 9 (1.8%), Tom Tancredo 0 (0.0%).
Values Voter Debate[24]
Ft Lauderdale FL
2007-09-17 (348) Mike Huckabee 219 (62.9%), Ron Paul 44 (12.6%), Alan Keyes 24 (6.9%), Sam Brownback 18 (5.2%), Fred Thompson 15 (4.3%), Duncan Hunter 13 (3.7%), Tom Tancredo 7 (2.0%), Rudy Giuliani 4 (1.1%), John Cox 2 (0.6%), John McCain 2 (0.6%), Mitt Romney 0 (0.0%).
Young Republicans[25]
Hollywood FL
2007-07-06 (366) Mitt Romney 163 (44.5%), Fred Thompson 103 (28.1%), Rudy Giuliani 37 (10.1%), Other 19 (5.2%), Mike Huckabee 14 (3.8%), Duncan Hunter 14 (3.8%), Ron Paul 11 (3.0%), John McCain 5 (1.4%).

Georgia

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Gwinnett County GOP Poll
Atlanta GA
2007-09-30 (94) Ron Paul 34 (36%), Rudy Giuliani 19 (20%), Fred Thompson 18 (19%), Mike Huckabee 16 (17%), Mitt Romney 3 (3%), Duncan Hunter 1 (1%), John McCain 1 (1%), David Petraeus 1 (1%), Condoleezza Rice 1 (1%).
Dekalb County Straw Poll
Dekalb County GA
2007-08-24 (85) Ron Paul 20 (24%), Rudy Giuliani 18 (21%), Mitt Romney 16 (19%), Fred Thompson 12 (14%), John McCain 7 (8%), Mike Huckabee 6 (7%), Tom Tancredo 3 (4%), Other 2 (2%), Newt Gingrich 1 (1%), Sam Brownback 0 (0%), Duncan Hunter 0 (0%).
Fulton County Republican Barbecue
Fulton County GA
2007-07-21 Fred Thompson 36%, Mitt Romney 29%, Rudy Giuliani 20%, Newt Gingrich 5%, John McCain 3%, Ron Paul 3%, Other 3%, Mike Huckabee 1%.
GOP Poll
Cobb County GA
2007-07-04 (247) Fred Thompson 73 (29.6%), Ron Paul 43 (17.4%), Mitt Romney 38 (15.4%), Mike Huckabee 33 (13.4%), Newt Gingrich 29 (11.7%), Rudy Giuliani 26 (10.5%), John McCain 2 (0.8%), Tom Tancredo 2 (0.8%), Jim Gilmore 1 (0.4%), Sam Brownback 0 (0.0%), Duncan Hunter 0 (0.0%), Tommy Thompson 0 (0.0%).
GOP Convention
GA
2007-05-19 Fred Thompson 44%, Newt Gingrich 18%, Rudy Giuliani 15%, Mitt Romney 9%, Mike Huckabee 4%, Duncan Hunter 2%, John McCain 2%, Ron Paul 2%, Tommy Thompson 1%, Sam Brownback 0%, John Cox 0%, Jim Gilmore 0%, Tom Tancredo 0%.

Idaho

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
National Caucus #129
Boise ID
2007-12-07 (4) Fred Thompson 3 (75%), Other 1 (25%).

Illinois

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Milton Township Republican Central Committee
Lombard IL
2007-10-27 (257) Rudy Giuliani 95 (37.0%), Fred Thompson 63 (24.5%), Mitt Romney 34 (13.2%), John McCain 29 (11.3%), Mike Huckabee 14 (5.4%), Ron Paul 14 (5.4%), Duncan Hunter 5 (1.9%), Tom Tancredo 3 (1.2%).
Republican Party
IL
2007-08-16 (922) Mitt Romney 373 (40.5%), Fred Thompson 184 (20.0%), Ron Paul 174 (18.9%), Rudy Giuliani 107 (11.6%), John McCain 38 (4.1%), Mike Huckabee 28 (3.0%), Sam Brownback 10 (1.1%), Duncan Hunter 6 (0.7%), Tom Tancredo 2 (0.2%).
Republican Party County Chairmen
IL
2007-08-16 (48) Fred Thompson 22 (46%), Rudy Giuliani 13 (27%), Mitt Romney 9 (19%), Mike Huckabee 2 (4%), Duncan Hunter 1 (2%), John McCain 1 (2%).

Indiana

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Tippecanoe County Republicans[26]
W Lafayette IN
2007-08-18 (179) Mitt Romney 48 (27%), Fred Thompson 48 (27%), Rudy Giuliani 26 (15%), Mike Huckabee 21 (12%), Ron Paul 21 (12%), John McCain 7 (4%), Sam Brownback 4 (2%), Duncan Hunter 2 (1%), Tom Tancredo 2 (1%).

Iowa

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Dike-New Hartford High School Caucus[27]
Dike IA
2007-12-05 (86) Mike Huckabee 36 (42%), Ron Paul 29 (34%), John McCain 18 (21%), Mitt Romney 3 (3%), Rudy Giuliani 0 (0%), Duncan Hunter 0 (0%), Tom Tancredo 0 (0%), Fred Thompson 0 (0%).
City High School Caucus
Iowa City IA
2007-12-04 (77) Ron Paul 20 (26%), Rudy Giuliani 18 (23%), Mike Huckabee 17 (22%), Mitt Romney 11 (14%), Duncan Hunter 3 (4%), John McCain 3 (4%), Tom Tancredo 3 (4%), Fred Thompson 2 (3%).
GOP Poll
IA
2007-08-11 (14302) Mitt Romney 4516 (31.58%), Mike Huckabee 2587 (18.09%), Sam Brownback 2192 (15.33%), Tom Tancredo 1961 (13.71%), Ron Paul 1305 (9.12%), Tommy Thompson 1039 (7.26%), Fred Thompson 203 (1.42%), Rudy Giuliani 183 (1.28%), Duncan Hunter 174 (1.22%), John McCain 101 (0.71%), John Cox 41 (0.29%).

Kansas

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
National Caucus #127[28]
Overland Park KS
2007-12-07 (84) Ron Paul 79 (94%), Other 5 (6%).

Kentucky

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Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
State Fair
KY
2007-08-29 (1141) Mitt Romney 242 (21.2%), Rudy Giuliani 216 (18.9%), Mike Huckabee 208 (18.2%), Fred Thompson 196 (17.2%), John McCain 108 (9.5%), Ron Paul 78 (6.8%), Sam Brownback 51 (4.5%), Duncan Hunter 34 (3.0%), Tom Tancredo 8 (0.7%).

Maine

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Aroostook Presidential Preference Survey
Aroostook County ME
2008-02-03 (139) Ron Paul 48 (35%), Mitt Romney 40 (29%), Mike Huckabee 26 (19%), John McCain 22 (16%), Other 3 (2%).

Maryland

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Baltimore GOP
Baltimore MD
2008-02-05 (52) Ron Paul 20 (38%), Mitt Romney 17 (33%), John McCain 11 (21%), Mike Huckabee 2 (4%), Other 2 (4%).
Frederick County GOP
Frederick County MD
2007-12-13 (25) Ron Paul 13 (52%), Rudy Giuliani 3 (12%), Mike Huckabee 3 (12%), Mitt Romney 3 (12%), John McCain 2 (8%), Fred Thompson 1 (4%).
Republican Party[29]
MD
2007-09-05 (926) Ron Paul 263 (28.4%), Rudy Giuliani 220 (23.8%), Fred Thompson 188 (20.3%), Mitt Romney 89 (9.6%), John McCain 54 (5.8%), Mike Huckabee 35 (3.8%), Other 26 (2.8%), Newt Gingrich 17 (1.8%), Tom Tancredo 16 (1.7%), Sam Brownback 12 (1.3%), Bob Ehrlich 3 (0.3%), Duncan Hunter 3 (0.3%).

Massachusetts

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Straw Poll
MA
2007-07-26 (78) Mitt Romney 32 (41%), Rudy Giuliani 17 (22%), Fred Thompson 17 (22%), John McCain 7 (9%), Mike Huckabee 2 (3%), Tom Tancredo 2 (3%), Newt Gingrich 1 (1%), Sam Brownback 0 (0%), Duncan Hunter 0 (0%), Ron Paul 0 (0%), Tommy Thompson 0 (0%).

Michigan

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Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Mackinac Straw Poll
Mackinac MI
2007-09-23 (979) Mitt Romney 383 (39.1%), John McCain 260 (26.6%), Ron Paul 106 (10.8%), Rudy Giuliani 104 (10.6%), Fred Thompson 70 (7.2%), Mike Huckabee 25 (2.6%), Other 16 (1.6%), Duncan Hunter 12 (1.2%), Sam Brownback 3 (0.3%), Tom Tancredo 0 (0.0%).
Macomb County Straw Poll
Macomb County MI
2007-06-05 (327) Tom Tancredo 60 (18.3%), Rudy Giuliani 45 (13.8%), Mitt Romney 40 (12.2%), Condoleezza Rice 39 (11.9%), Newt Gingrich 38 (11.6%), John McCain 38 (11.6%), George Allen 21 (6.4%), Mike Pence 15 (4.6%), Ron Paul 14 (4.3%), Mike Huckabee 6 (1.8%), Bill Frist 4 (1.2%), Alan Keyes 2 (0.6%), Candice Miller 2 (0.6%), Other 2 (0.6%), Sam Brownback 1 (0.3%).

Minnesota

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Patriot Primary Straw Poll
Minnetonka MN
2007-11-28 Ron Paul 48%, Fred Thompson 15%, Mitt Romney 12%, Mike Huckabee 11%, Duncan Hunter 6%, Rudy Giuliani 3%, Other 3%, John McCain 1%, Tom Tancredo 1%.
HRCC
MN
2007-08-23 Fred Thompson 21%, Mitt Romney 20%, Ron Paul 16%, Rudy Giuliani 13%, John McCain 11%, Mike Huckabee 8%, John Cox 4%, Sam Brownback 2%, Newt Gingrich 2%, Duncan Hunter 2%, Tom Tancredo 2%.

Missouri

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
National Caucus #116
Springfield MO
2007-12-07 (33) Ron Paul 28 (85%), Mike Huckabee 5 (15%).
Springfield Metro Republican Club[30]
Springfield MO
2007-11-01 (109) Ron Paul 85 (78%), Mike Huckabee 11 (10%), Mitt Romney 6 (6%), Richard Michael Smith 4 (4%), Fred Thompson 2 (2%), Rudy Giuliani 1 (1%), Other 0 (0%).
NFRA Convention
MO
2007-08-05 (250?) Fred Thompson 33%, Mitt Romney 15%, Ron Paul 14%, Duncan Hunter 10%, Tom Tancredo 10%, John Cox 6%, Newt Gingrich 3%, Mike Huckabee 3%, John McCain 2%, Tommy Thompson 2%, Sam Brownback 1%, Rudy Giuliani 1%.

Montana

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Western State Fair
MT
2007-08-15 (85) Fred Thompson 25 (29%), Rudy Giuliani 22 (26%), John McCain 13 (15%), Mitt Romney 13 (15%), Newt Gingrich 6 (7%), Sam Brownback 3 (4%), Ron Paul 3 (4%).

Nebraska

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
HHD Farm Bureau[31]
NE
2007-09-14 (387) Fred Thompson 36%, Other 33%, John McCain 16%, Rudy Giuliani 15%.

Nevada

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Conservative Leadership Conference
Sparks NV
2007-10-13 (186) Ron Paul 61 (33%), Mitt Romney 30 (16%), Duncan Hunter 27 (15%), Other 23 (12%), Fred Thompson 14 (8%), Rudy Giuliani 12 (6%), Alan Keyes 7 (4%), Mike Huckabee 6 (3%), Tom Tancredo 3 (2%), John McCain 2 (1%), Sam Brownback 1 (1%).

New Hampshire

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Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Veteran's Park Straw Poll
NH
2007-09-16 (173) Ron Paul 114-115 (66%), Fred Thompson 17-18 (10%), Rudy Giuliani 15-16 (9%), Mike Huckabee 12 (7%), Mitt Romney 5-6 (3%), John Cox 3-4 (2%), Tom Tancredo 3-4 (2%), John McCain 2 (1%), Sam Brownback 1 (0.5%).
Republican Party
Strafford County NH
2007-08-18 (286) Ron Paul 208 (72.7%), Mitt Romney 26 (9.1%), Mike Huckabee 20 (7.0%), Tom Tancredo 8 (2.8%), John McCain 7 (2.4%), John Cox 5 (1.7%), Duncan Hunter 5 (1.7%), Rudy Giuliani 3 (1.0%), Fred Thompson 3 (1.0%), Sam Brownback 1 (0.3%).

New Jersey

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Bergen County GOP
Bergen County NJ
2008-02-02 (120) Ron Paul 52 (43%), John McCain 40 (33%), Mitt Romney 27 (23%), Mike Huckabee 1 (1%).
GOP Presidential Candidates Round Table
Woodbridge NJ
2008-01-19 (213) Ron Paul 128 (60.1%), Fred Thompson 27 (12.7%), Mitt Romney 22 (10.3%), Rudy Giuliani 15 (7.0%), Mike Huckabee 15 (7.0%), Duncan Hunter 4 (1.9%), John McCain 2 (0.9%).
Conservatives With Attitude
NJ
2007-09-29 (100?) Ron Paul 77%, Fred Thompson 12%, Mitt Romney 5%, Rudy Giuliani 2%, Mike Huckabee 2%, Duncan Hunter 1%, Tom Tancredo 1%, Sam Brownback 0 (0%), John Cox 0 (0%), Alan Keyes 0 (0%), John McCain 0 (0%).
GOP Poll
Middlesex NJ
2007-03-31 (224) Rudy Giuliani 151 (67.4%), Other 37 (16.5%), John McCain 22 (9.8%), Mitt Romney 14 (6.3%).

New York

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Nassau Young Republicans
Nassau County NY
2008-01-09 (17) Rudy Giuliani 5 (29%), John McCain 3 (18%), Other 3 (18%), Ron Paul 2 (12%), Mitt Romney 2 (12%), Mike Huckabee 1 (6%), Alan Keyes 1 (6%), Duncan Hunter 0 (0%), Tom Tancredo 0 (0%), Fred Thompson 0 (0%).
Young Republicans
New York City NY
2007-11-06 (60) Ron Paul 26 (43%), Rudy Giuliani 21 (35%), Mitt Romney 6 (10%), John McCain 4 (7%), Mike Huckabee 2 (3%), Duncan Hunter 1 (2%), Tom Tancredo 0 (0%), Fred Thompson 0 (0%).

North Carolina

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Wake County Young Republicans
Raleigh NC
2007-12-06 (100?) Ron Paul 53%, Rudy Giuliani 21%, Mike Huckabee 13%, Mitt Romney 11%, Other 2%.
Republican Party
Gaston County NC
2007-08-14 (41) Ron Paul 15 (37%), Fred Thompson 13 (32%), Mike Huckabee 4 (10%), Newt Gingrich 3 (7%), Mitt Romney 3 (7%), Rudy Giuliani 2 (5%), John McCain 1 (2%).

North Dakota

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
GOP
Bismarck ND
2007-10-26 (250?) Mitt Romney 29%, Rudy Giuliani 22%, Fred Thompson 21%, John McCain 14%, Mike Huckabee 4%, Ron Paul 4%, Other 4%, Condoleezza Rice 2%.

Ohio

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Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Lordstown Straw Poll
Lordstown OH
2007-12-18 (67) Ron Paul 17 (25%), Mitt Romney 16 (24%), Rudy Giuliani 13 (19%), John McCain 9 (13%), Mike Huckabee 7 (10%), Fred Thompson 5 (7%).
Republican Party
OH
2007-09-24 (2300?) Fred Thompson 33%, Rudy Giuliani 24%, Mitt Romney 17%, John McCain 11%, Mike Huckabee 7%, Sam Brownback 4%, Duncan Hunter 2%, Ron Paul 1%, Tom Tancredo 1%.
Lincoln-Hayes 5th District Dinner
Tiffin OH
2007-06-08 (166) Fred Thompson 54 (33%), Rudy Giuliani 30 (18%), Mitt Romney 30 (18%), John McCain 19 (11%), Newt Gingrich 18 (11%), Other 15 (9%).
Republican Party
Summit County OH
2007-03-25 (800?) Rudy Giuliani 30.9%, John McCain 25.8%, Other 14.4%, Fred Thompson 12.1%, Mitt Romney 8.6%, Newt Gingrich 8.2%.

Oklahoma

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Garfield County GOP
Enid OK
2008-01-28 Other 52%, Ron Paul 28%, John McCain 20%.
Oklahoma Conservative PAC
Oklahoma City OK
2007-12-16 Ron Paul 16 (44%), Fred Thompson 6 (17%), Mike Huckabee 4 (11%), Tom Tancredo 4 (11%), John McCain 2 (6%), Jerry Curry 1 (3%), Duncan Hunter 1 (3%), Mitt Romney 1 (3%), Other 1 (3%).
Tulsa State Fair[32]
Tulsa OK
2007-10-08 (176) Ron Paul 73 (41%), Mike Huckabee 23 (13%), Fred Thompson 21 (12%), Mitt Romney 16 (9%), Rudy Giuliani 15 (9%), Newt Gingrich 9 (5%), John McCain 9 (5%), Tom Tancredo 3 (2%), Sam Brownback 2 (1%), Susan Ducey 2 (1%), Condoleezza Rice 2 (1%), Duncan Hunter 1 (1%), Daniel Gilbert 0 (0%), Alan Keyes 0 (0%), Keith Sprankle 0 (0%).

Oregon

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Portland Straw Poll[33]
Portland OR
2007-10-06 (115) Ron Paul 77 (67%), Mitt Romney 18 (16%), Fred Thompson 12 (10%), Mike Huckabee 5 (4%), Rudy Giuliani 2 (2%), John McCain 1 (1%).

Pennsylvania

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Allegheny County Straw Poll[34]
Allegheny County PA
2007-08-27 (62) Ron Paul 28 (45%), Rudy Giuliani 9 (15%), Mitt Romney 9 (15%), Fred Thompson 8 (13%), Mike Huckabee 2 (3%), Other 2 (3%), Sam Brownback 1 (2%), Duncan Hunter 1 (2%), John McCain 1 (2%), Colin Powell 1 (2%), Newt Gingrich 0 (0%), Tom Tancredo 0 (0%).
Pennsylvania Leadership Conference
PA
2007-04-23 Fred Thompson 34%, Newt Gingrich 16%, Rudy Giuliani 16%, Mitt Romney 15%, Mike Huckabee 6%, Sam Brownback 4%, Duncan Hunter 4%, John McCain 3%, Ron Paul 3%, Jim Gilmore 1%.

South Carolina

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Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Chesterfield County GOP
Chesterfield SC
2007-01-15 (16) Fred Thompson 7 (44%), Mike Huckabee 5 (31%), Mitt Romney 2 (13%), Duncan Hunter 1 (6%), John McCain 1 (6%), Rudy Giuliani 0 (0%).
Aiken County Republican Party
Aiken SC
2007-12-20 (105) Ron Paul 31 (30%), Fred Thompson 29 (28%), Mike Huckabee 18 (17%), Mitt Romney 12 (11%), Rudy Giuliani 6 (6%), John McCain 6 (6%), Duncan Hunter 3 (3%), Hugh Cort 0 (0%), John Cox 0 (0%), Cap Fendig 0 (0%), Daniel Gilbert 0 (0%), Tom Tancredo 0 (0%).
Palmetto Family Council
SC
2007-09-20 (539) Mike Huckabee 206 (38.2%), Ron Paul 179 (33.2%), Fred Thompson 43 (8.0%), Sam Brownback 29 (5.4%), Duncan Hunter 25 (4.6%), Mitt Romney 14 (2.6%), Daniel Gilbert 12 (2.2%), John McCain 10 (1.9%), Other 9 (1.7%), Hugh Cort 7 (1.3%), Rudy Giuliani 5 (0.9%).
Georgetown County Straw Poll
Georgetown County SC
2007-07-28 (223) Fred Thompson 102 (45.7%), Ron Paul 40 (17.9%), Mitt Romney 37 (16.6%), Duncan Hunter 15 (6.7%), Rudy Giuliani 13 (5.8%), John McCain 7 (3.1%), Sam Brownback 6 (2.7%), Newt Gingrich 2 (0.9%), Daniel Gilbert 1 (0.4%).
Lexington County Convention
Lexington County SC
2007-04-27 (163) Mitt Romney 67 (41%), John McCain 29 (18%), Rudy Giuliani 26 (16%), Duncan Hunter 16 (10%), Sam Brownback 9 (6%), Fred Thompson 9 (6%), Mike Huckabee 7 (4%).
Greenville County
Greenville County SC
2007-04-21 (421) Mitt Romney 132 (31.4%), Mike Huckabee 111 (26.4%), Duncan Hunter 87 (20.7%), Rudy Giuliani 35 (8.3%), Sam Brownback 19 (4.5%), John McCain 17 (4.0%), John Cox 10 (2.4%), Tom Tancredo 5 (1.2%), Fred Thompson 3 (0.7%), Jim Gilmore 1 (0.2%), Ron Paul 1 (0.2%).
Richland County
Richland County SC
2007-04-21 (126) Mitt Romney 50 (40%), Sam Brownback 17 (13%), Rudy Giuliani 15 (12%), Mike Huckabee 13 (10%), John McCain 13 (10%), Duncan Hunter 10 (8%), Tom Tancredo 4 (3%), George W. Bush 2 (2%), John Cox 2 (2%).
Clarendon County GOP Convention
Clarendon County SC
2007-04-14 (14) John McCain 4 (29%), Newt Gingrich 3 (21%), Condoleezza Rice 2 (14%), Mitt Romney 2 (14%), Fred Thompson 2 (14%), Rudy Giuliani 1 (7%).
Greenwood County
Greenwood County SC
2007-04-14 (48) John McCain 9 (19%), Rudy Giuliani 8 (17%), Duncan Hunter 8 (17%), Mitt Romney 8 (17%), Newt Gingrich 4 (8%), Ron Paul 4 (8%), Fred Thompson 4 (8%), Sam Brownback 3 (6%), Michael Bloomberg 0 (0%), Mike Huckabee 0 (0%), Tom Tancredo 0 (0%).
Horry County
Horry County SC
2007-04-14 (140) Mitt Romney 54 (39%), John McCain 31 (22%), Fred Thompson 12 (9%), Rudy Giuliani 11 (8%), Duncan Hunter 9 (6%), Other 7 (5%), Newt Gingrich 6 (4%), Mike Huckabee 5 (4%), Sam Brownback 2 (1%), Jim Gilmore 2 (1%), Tom Tancredo 1 (1%).
Orangeburg County
Orangeburg County SC
2007-04-14 (20) Mitt Romney 6 (30%), John McCain 5 (25%), Sam Brownback 3 (15%), Condoleezza Rice 2 (10%), Rudy Giuliani 1 (5%), Mike Huckabee 1 (5%), Mark Sanford 1 (5%), Tom Tancredo 1 (5%).
York County
York County SC
2007-04-14 (90-91) Mitt Romney 36 (40%), Mike Huckabee 22 (24%), Rudy Giuliani 10 (11%), Fred Thompson 9 (10%), John McCain 6 (7%), Newt Gingrich 3 (3%), Other 2-3 (2-3%), Sam Brownback 1 (1%), Jim Gilmore 1 (1%).
Charleston County
Charleston County SC
2007-04-13 (240) Mitt Romney 36%, John McCain 23%, Rudy Giuliani 14%, Sam Brownback 9%, Duncan Hunter 5%, Newt Gingrich 4%, Mike Huckabee 4%, Fred Thompson 3%, John Cox 1%, Tom Tancredo 1%, Tommy Thompson 1%, Jim Gilmore 0%.
Newberry County
Newberry County SC
2007-04-09 Mitt Romney 62%, Sam Brownback 26%, Duncan Hunter 10%, Rudy Giuliani 3%, Other 5th.
Beaufort County
Beaufort County SC
2007-04-07 (103) Mitt Romney 36 (35%), Rudy Giuliani 24 (23%), Newt Gingrich 18 (17%), Fred Thompson 14 (14%), John McCain 5 (5%), Mike Huckabee 2 (2%), Tom Tancredo 2 (2%), Duncan Hunter 1 (1%), Tommy Thompson 1 (1%).
Dillon County
Dillon County SC
2007-04-07 John McCain 38%, Mitt Romney 23%, Other 15%, Rudy Giuliani 14%, Newt Gingrich 5%, Mike Huckabee 5%.
Florence County
Florence County SC
2007-04-07 John McCain 49%, Mitt Romney 22%, Fred Thompson 12%, Rudy Giuliani 10%, Newt Gingrich 2%, Mike Huckabee 2%, Alan Keyes 2%.
Spartanburg County Straw Poll
Spartanburg County SC
2007-03-02 (726) John McCain 164 (22.6%), Rudy Giuliani 162 (22.3%), Duncan Hunter 158 (21.8%), Sam Brownback 85 (11.7%), Mitt Romney 80 (11.0%), Newt Gingrich 33 (4.5%), Mike Huckabee 21 (2.9%), Tom Tancredo 10 (1.4%), John Cox 4 (0.6%), Ron Paul 4 (0.6%), Condoleezza Rice 2 (0.3%), Jim Gilmore 1 (0.1%), Tommy Thompson 1 (0.1%), Other 1 (0.1%).

South Dakota

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
GOP Poll
SD
2007-09-05 (500?) Fred Thompson 25%, Rudy Giuliani 19%, John McCain 14%, Mike Huckabee 13%, Mitt Romney 13%, Ron Paul 8%, Duncan Hunter 4%, Sam Brownback 3%, Tom Tancredo 1%.

Tennessee

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Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Southern Republican Leadership
TN
2006-03-11 (1311) Bill Frist 526 (40.1%), Mitt Romney 205 (15.6%), George Allen 147 (11.2%), George W. Bush 147 (11.2%), John McCain 66 (5.0%), Mike Huckabee 54 (4.1%), Other 43 (3.3%), George Pataki 38 (2.9%), Condoleezza Rice 32 (2.4%), Sam Brownback 22 (1.7%), Rudy Giuliani 15 (1.1%), Newt Gingrich 13 (1.0%), Chuck Hagel 3 (0.2%).

Texas

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
GOP Poll
TX
2007-09-01 (1302) Duncan Hunter 534 (41.0%), Fred Thompson 266 (20.4%), Ron Paul 217 (16.7%), Mike Huckabee 83 (6.4%), Rudy Giuliani 78 (6.0%), Mitt Romney 61 (4.7%), Ray McKinney 28 (2.2%), John Cox 10 (0.8%), John McCain 8 (0.6%), Sam Brownback 6 (0.5%), Tom Tancredo 6 (0.5%), Hugh Cort 3 (0.2%), Other 2 (0.2%).

Utah

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Dixie Republican Forum[[35]
St George UT
2008-01-16 (67) Ron Paul 28 (42%), Mitt Romney 18 (27%), Alan Keyes 7 (10%), John McCain 5 (7%), Fred Thompson 5 (7%), Mike Huckabee 2 (3%), Rudy Giuliani 1 (1%), Tom Tancredo 1 (1%), Duncan Hunter 0 (0%).
GOP Convention
UT
2007-06-08 (1295) Mitt Romney 1042 (80.5%), Ron Paul 70 (5.4%), Rudy Giuliani 57 (4.4%), John McCain 54 (4.2%), Tom Tancredo 19 (1.5%), Tommy Thompson 16 (1.2%), Fred Thompson 15 (1.2%), Mike Huckabee 12 (0.9%), Sam Brownback 8 (0.6%), Newt Gingrich 1 (0.1%), Stan Lockhart 1 (0.1%).

Virginia

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Republican Party of Virginia Advance
Crystal City VA
2007-12-01 (479) Ron Paul 182 (38.0%), Fred Thompson 112 (23.4%), Mike Huckabee 51 (10.6%), Rudy Giuliani 45 (9.4%), Mitt Romney 43 (9.0%), John McCain 23 (4.8%), Duncan Hunter 19 (4.0%), Tom Tancredo 4 (0.8%).
Conservative Convention
VA
2006-11-11 (146) Newt Gingrich 45 (31%), Mitt Romney 21 (14%), Sam Brownback 18 (12%), John McCain 18 (12%), Mike Huckabee 11 (8%), Rudy Giuliani 10 (7%), Other 9 (6%), Duncan Hunter 6 (4%), Bill Frist 4 (3%), Chuck Hagel 2 (1%), George Pataki 2 (1%).

Washington

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Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Lewis County Republicans
Lewis County WA
2008-01-08 (57) Mike Huckabee 14 (25%), Ron Paul 10 (18%), Fred Thompson 9 (16%), John McCain 8 (14%), Rudy Giuliani 7 (12%), Mitt Romney 7 (12%), Duncan Hunter 1 (2%), Condoleezza Rice 1 (2%).
Ronald Reagan Club
South Sound WA
2007-12-06 (146) Ron Paul 39 (27%), Fred Thompson 25 (17%), Rudy Giuliani 24 (16%), Mike Huckabee 23 (16%), Mitt Romney 23 (16%), John McCain 10 (7%), Duncan Hunter 2 (1%).
Ronald Reagan Club
South Sound WA
2007-10-25 (154) Ron Paul 58 (38%), Fred Thompson 34 (22%), Rudy Giuliani 23 (15%), Mitt Romney 17 (11%), Mike Huckabee 15 (10%), John McCain 4 (3%), Duncan Hunter 3 (2%), Sam Brownback 0 (0%), Tom Tancredo 0 (0%).
Republican Party Fall Dinner
WA
2007-10-10 (417) Rudy Giuliani 113 (27.1%), Fred Thompson 96 (23.0%), Mitt Romney 71 (17.0%), Ron Paul 51 (12.2%), Mike Huckabee 48 (11.5%), Duncan Hunter 17 (4.1%), John McCain 12 (2.9%), Tom Tancredo 5 (1.2%), Sam Brownback 4 (1.0%).
Ronald Reagan Club
South Sound WA
2007-09-26 (123) Ron Paul 43 (35%), Fred Thompson 37 (30%), Rudy Giuliani 20 (16%), Mitt Romney 9 (7%), Newt Gingrich 6 (5%), Mike Huckabee 3 (3%), John McCain 3 (3%), Duncan Hunter 1 (1%), Tom Tancredo 1 (1%), Sam Brownback 0 (0%), Jim Gilmore 0 (0%).
Ronald Reagan Club
South Sound WA
2007-08-22 (160) Ron Paul 45 (28%), Fred Thompson 40 (25%), Rudy Giuliani 29 (18%), Mike Huckabee 12 (8%), Mitt Romney 12 (8%), Duncan Hunter 10 (6%), Newt Gingrich 8 (5%), John McCain 3 (2%), Sam Brownback 1 (1%), Jim Gilmore 0 (0%), Chuck Hagel 0 (0%).
Ronald Reagan Club
South Sound WA
2007-06-21 (97) Fred Thompson 42 (43%), Rudy Giuliani 19 (20%), Mitt Romney 10 (10%), Duncan Hunter 7 (7%), Newt Gingrich 6 (6%), Mike Huckabee 5 (5%), John McCain 3 (3%), Tommy Thompson 2 (2%), Ron Paul 1 (1%), Tom Tancredo 1 (1%), Other 1 (1%), Sam Brownback 0 (0%), Jim Gilmore 0 (0%), Chuck Hagel 0 (0%).
Ronald Reagan Club
South Sound WA
2007-05-17 (202) Fred Thompson 34%, Mitt Romney 19%, Rudy Giuliani 17%, Mike Huckabee 11%, Newt Gingrich 10%, John McCain 4%, Duncan Hunter 2%, Chuck Hagel 1%, Tom Tancredo 1%, Other 1%, Sam Brownback 0%, Jim Gilmore 0%, Ron Paul 0%, Tommy Thompson 0%.
GOP Poll
WA
2007-05-05 (165?) Fred Thompson 50%, Mitt Romney 16%, Rudy Giuliani 15%, Duncan Hunter 10%, John McCain 5%, Mike Huckabee 1%, Tom Tancredo 1%, Tommy Thompson 1%, Newt Gingrich 9th.
Ronald Reagan Club
South Sound WA
2007-04-26 (87) Fred Thompson 34 (39%), Mitt Romney 13 (15%), Newt Gingrich 10 (11%), Rudy Giuliani 10 (11%), John McCain 10 (11%), Other 3 (4%), Duncan Hunter 2 (2%), Tom Tancredo 2 (2%), Mike Huckabee 1 (1%), Ron Paul 1 (1%), Tommy Thompson 1 (1%), Sam Brownback 0 (0%), Jim Gilmore 0 (0%), Chuck Hagel 0 (0%).

Wisconsin

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Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
WisPolitics.com Offline Poll
WI
2007-05-12 (306) Fred Thompson 95 (31.0%), Tommy Thompson 84 (27.5%), Mitt Romney 41 (13.4%), Rudy Giuliani 35 (11.4%), Sam Brownback 14 (4.6%), Newt Gingrich 12 (3.9%), John McCain 10 (3.3%), Tom Tancredo 8 (2.6%), Duncan Hunter 3 (1.0%), Other 3 (1.0%), Ron Paul 1 (0.3%), Jim Gilmore 0 (0.0%), Chuck Hagel 0 (0.0%), Mike Huckabee 0 (0.0%).
GOP Convention
WI
2006-05-21 (357) George Allen 61 (17.1%), Rudy Giuliani 60 (16.8%), Newt Gingrich 53 (14.8%), Condoleezza Rice 50 (14.0%), Mitt Romney 40 (11.2%), John McCain 37 (10.4%), Other 22 (6.2%), Sam Brownback 11 (3.1%), Bill Frist 8 (2.2%), Tom Tancredo 8 (2.2%), George Pataki 4 (1.1%), Mike Huckabee 2 (0.6%), Chuck Hagel 1 (0.3%).

Wyoming

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Teton County Republican Party
Jackson Hole WY
2007-11-03 (100?) Mitt Romney 61%, Rudy Giuliani 12%, Mike Huckabee 10%, John McCain 5%, Ron Paul 5%, Duncan Hunter 4%, Fred Thompson 2%, Other 1%.
Laramie County Republican Party[36]
Cheyenne WY
2007-10-28 (103?) Ron Paul 49, Fred Thompson 25, Duncan Hunter 15, Mitt Romney 14, Rudy Giuliani 5th, Mike Huckabee 6th, John McCain 7th, Tom Tancredo 8th.

International

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Republicans Abroad Thanksgiving Dinner
Seoul, South Korea
2007-11-17 (26) Ron Paul 13 (50%), Rudy Giuliani 6 (23%), John McCain 4 (15%), Mike Huckabee 1 (4%), Mitt Romney 1 (4%), Other 1 (4%), Fred Thompson 0 (0%).

Multiparty

Poll Source Date (Count) Highlights
Middletown Presidential Poll
Middletown CT
2008-01-26 Ron Paul 42%, Hillary Clinton 30%, Barack Obama 20%, Other 4%, John McCain 2%, Mitt Romney 2%.
National Caucus #125
San Marcos CA
2007-12-07 (18) John McCain 5 (28%), Barack Obama 3 (17%), Other 3 (17%), Hillary Clinton 2 (11%), John Edwards 1 (6%), Mike Huckabee 1 (6%), Ralph Nader 1 (6%), Ron Paul 1 (6%), Mitt Romney 1 (6%).
National Caucus #108
Chicago IL
2007-12-07 (6) Cynthia McKinney 3 (50%), Jared Ball 1 (17%), Frank Moore 1 (17%), Ron Paul 1 (17%).
National Caucus #120
Pineville MO
2007-12-07 (18) Ron Paul 15 (83%), Other 2 (11%), Tom Tancredo 1 (6%).
National Caucus #135
Richmond MO
2007-12-07 (21) Fred Thompson 6 (29%), Mike Huckabee 3 (14%), Hillary Clinton 2 (10%), Rudy Giuliani 2 (10%), Barack Obama 2 (10%), Bill Richardson 2 (10%), John Edwards 1 (5%), Al Gore 1 (5%), John McCain 1 (5%), Mitt Romney 1 (5%).
Pioneer Park Straw Poll
St Petersburg FL
2007-11-28 (322) Ron Paul 240 (74.5%), Other 56 (17.4%), Dennis Kucinich 26 (8.1%).
FRC Values Voters Poll
Washington DC
2007-10-20 (5775) Mitt Romney 1595 (27.62%), Mike Huckabee 1565 (27.10%), Ron Paul 865 (14.98%), Fred Thompson 564 (9.77%), Other 396 (6.86%), Sam Brownback 297 (5.14%), Duncan Hunter 140 (2.42%), Tom Tancredo 133 (2.30%), Rudy Giuliani 107 (1.85%), John McCain 81 (1.40%), Barack Obama 9 (0.16%), Joe Biden 5 (0.09%), Hillary Clinton 5 (0.09%), John Edwards 4 (0.07%), Dennis Kucinich 4 (0.07%), Christopher Dodd 2 (0.03%), Bill Richardson 2 (0.03%), Mike Gravel 1 (0.02%).
Blue Hill Fair
Blue Hill ME
2007-09-06 (595) Hillary Clinton 156 (26.2%), Barack Obama 120 (20.2%), Other 52 (8.7%), John Edwards 47 (7.9%), Mitt Romney 46 (7.7%), Rudy Giuliani 43 (7.2%), Fred Thompson 40 (6.7%), Dennis Kucinich 28 (4.7%), Bill Richardson 18 (3.0%), John McCain 12 (2.0%), Ron Paul 8 (1.3%), Mike Huckabee 6 (1.0%), Joe Biden 5 (0.8%), Chris Dodd 5 (0.8%), Mike Gravel 4 (0.7%), Sam Brownback 3 (0.5%), Duncan Hunter 1 (0.2%), Tom Tancredo 1 (0.2%).
CNHT Family Reunion Picnic
NH
2007-07-07 (294) Ron Paul 182 (61.9%), Rudy Giuliani 22 (7.5%), Daniel Gilbert 20 (6.8%), Mitt Romney 13 (4.4%), Mike Huckabee 10 (3.4%), Tommy Thompson 9 (3.1%), Sam Brownback 8 (2.7%), Duncan Hunter 6 (2.0%), Newt Gingrich 5 (1.7%), John Cox 4 (1.4%), Fred Thompson 4 (1.4%), Tom Tancredo 3 (1.0%), Robert Haines 2 (0.7%), George Phillies 2 (0.7%), Dennis Kucinich 1 (0.3%), John McCain 1 (0.3%), Barack Obama 1 (0.3%), Other 1 (0.3%).
National Taxpayers Conference
DC
2007-06-16 (144) Fred Thompson 37 (26%), Ron Paul 24 (17%), Rudy Giuliani 18 (13%), Mitt Romney 13 (9%), John McCain 8 (6%), Mike Huckabee 7 (5%), Jim Gilmore 6 (4%), Newt Gingrich 5 (3%), Other 4 (3%), Sam Brownback 3 (2%), Duncan Hunter 3 (2%), Tom Tancredo 3 (2%), Dick Armey 2 (1%), Hillary Clinton 2 (1%), Barack Obama 2 (1%), Tommy Thompson 2 (1%), Jeb Bush 1 (1%), Tom Coburn 1 (1%), Steve Forbes 1 (1%), Mike Gravel 1 (1%), Bill Richardson 1 (1%), Joe Biden 0 (0%), Chris Dodd 0 (0%), John Edwards 0 (0%), Dennis Kucinich 0 (0%).

Raw data

Data suitable for spreadsheet import (letters represent hexadecimal-plus characters).

Head-to-head

Records of wins, losses, and ties grouped by the Condorcet method.[9][10]

1. Paul beats Giuliani 55-28, Huckabee 64-21-5, Hunter 52-13-3, Keyes 8-0, McCain 61-24-4, Romney 49-40-2, Thompson 46-31-1 (7 wins)

2. Thompson beats Giuliani 55-33-3, Huckabee 60-26, Hunter 56-14-3, Keyes 5-3, McCain 65-23-1, Romney 48-41-2 (6 wins)

3. Romney beats Giuliani 62-39-5, Huckabee 79-19-7, Hunter 69-7-3, Keyes 8-1, McCain 84-21-3 (5 wins)

4. Giuliani beats Huckabee 68-26-4, Hunter 59-17-2, Keyes 7-2, McCain 72-28-2 (4 wins)

5. Huckabee beats Hunter 58-18-1, Keyes 5-2-2, McCain 51-47-3 (3 wins)

6. McCain beats Hunter 42-28-6, Keyes 5-3-1 (2 wins)

7. Hunter beats Keyes 4-3 (1 win)

8. Keyes beats none (0 wins)

Total wins

Total number of first-place finishes.

1. Paul (46)

2. Romney, Thompson (25)

4. McCain (8)

5. Giuliani (7)

6. Huckabee (4)

7. Hunter (2)

8. Keyes (0)

Win-place

Total number of top 2 finishes.[11]

1. Paul 46-13 (59)

2. Romney 25-27 (52)

3. Thompson 25-23 (48)

4. Giuliani 7-29 (36)

5. McCain 8-12 (20)

6. Huckabee 4-11 (15)

7. Hunter 2-2 (4)

8. Keyes 0-0 (0)

Win-place-show

Total number of top 3 finishes.[12]

1. Romney 25-27-24 (76)

2. Paul 46-13-9 (68)

3. Giuliani 7-29-23 (59)

4. Thompson 25-23-10 (58)

5. McCain 8-12-12 (32)

6. Huckabee 4-11-14 (29)

7. Hunter 2-2-6 (10)

8. Keyes 0-0-2 (2)

Olympic ratings

Top 3 finishes with 3 points for win, 2 for place, 1 for show.[12]

1. Paul 46-13-9 (173)

2. Romney 25-27-24 (153)

3. Thompson 25-23-10 (131)

4. Giuliani 7-29-23 (102)

5. McCain 8-12-12 (60)

6. Huckabee 4-11-14 (48)

7. Hunter 2-2-6 (16)

8. Keyes 0-0-2 (2)

NASCAR ratings

100 for win, 98 for place, 96 for show, etc., 0 if absent. This rating gives a high weight to total poll presences.[13]

Among 7 polls with no absences: Paul 692, Huckabee 654, Thompson 652, Giuliani 648 (tie), Romney 648 (tie), McCain 624, Keyes 618, Hunter 616.

Among 62 polls with up to 1 absent: Romney 5938, Thompson 5898, Paul 5892, Giuliani 5832, Huckabee 5720, McCain 5574, Hunter 5508, Keyes 618.

Among 87 polls with up to 2 absent: Romney 8364, Giuliani 8130, Thompson 7990, Huckabee 7912, McCain 7728, Paul 7502, Hunter 6688, Keyes 788.

Total votes

Votes (total 34101) in all cases where vote counts are reported.[12]

1. Romney 10849 (31.814%)

2. Paul 6811 (19.973%)

3. Huckabee 5968 (17.501%)

4. Thompson 3574 (10.481%)

5. Giuliani 3159 (9.264%)

6. McCain 1926 (5.648%)

7. Hunter 1764 (5.173%)

8. Keyes 50 (0.147%)

Recent votes

Votes (total 19296) taken after the Ames Straw Poll of 2007-08-11, in all cases where vote counts are reported. This compares recent with overall performance, and avoids giving undue weight to the results of the single largest poll.[14]

1. Paul 5096 (26.41%)

2. Romney 4006 (20.76%)

3. Huckabee 3032 (15.71%)

4. Thompson 2714 (14.07%)

5. Giuliani 2088 (10.82%)

6. McCain 1185 (6.14%)

7. Hunter 1127 (5.84%)

8. Keyes 48 (0.25%)

Honor-system polls

Supplementary, not comprehensive.[37]

Poll Source Date (Type) Winner
Hugh Hewitt Thanksgiving Straw Poll 2005-11-28, partial Rudy Giuliani 28%
Hugh Hewitt Thanksgiving Fantasy Poll 2005-11-28, partial Condoleezza Rice 41%
CPAC Belief Poll, Democratic Nomination 2006-02-12, fantasy Hillary Clinton 62%
Spartanburg County Issues Poll 2007-04-14, multivote Mike Huckabee 17%
MSNBC Debate, Simi Valley CA 2007-05-03, online Ron Paul 47%
Fox Debate, Columbia SC 2007-05-15, phone-text Mitt Romney 29%
CNN Debate, Manchester NH 2007-06-05, online Ron Paul 60%
DE Conservative Bloggers 2007-06-21, online Rudy Giuliani 25%
Olathe KS GOP Picnic 2007-07-07, multivote Fred Thompson 82%
Johnson County Fair Democrats 2007-07-26, uncontrolled Barack Obama 35%
Johnson County Fair Republicans 2007-07-26, uncontrolled Mitt Romney 31%
FreedomWorks Republican Straw Poll 2007-08-02, online Ron Paul 56%
ABC Debate, Des Moines IA 2007-08-05, online Ron Paul 57%
FreedomWorks Democrat Straw Poll 2007-08-09, online Bill Richardson 36%
Students for Life of America 2007-08-16, online Fred Thompson 24%
Students for Life of America Primary 2007-08-16, online Sam Brownback 23%
Iowa State Fair Republicans 2007-08-21, uncontrolled Mitt Romney 36%
Iowa State Fair Democrats 2007-08-21, uncontrolled Hillary Clinton 33%
Local Cafe Lompoc CA ongoing, multivote Hillary Clinton 22% (2007-08-29)
Fox Debate, Durham NH 2007-09-05, phone-text Ron Paul 33%
GrassFire Straw Poll 2007-09-05, online Fred Thompson 28%
TX ePrimary survey 2007-09-11, online John Edwards 38%
WorldNetDaily Values Voters Debate Poll 2007-09-18, online Ron Paul 48%
Oklahoma State Fair 2007-09-23, uncontrolled Fred Thompson 46%
Puyallup State Fair WA GOP 2007-09-30, multivote Fred Thompson 40%
MSNBC Debate, Dearborn MI 2007-10-09, online Ron Paul 58%
Fox Debate, Orlando FL 2007-10-20, phone-text Ron Paul 34%
Democracy For America Pulse Poll 2007-11-06, online Dennis Kucinich 32%
Pinellas County FL GOP Poll 2007-11-28, multivote Mitt Romney 58%
WA Democrats 2007-12-14, online Dennis Kucinich 23%
OK Conservative PAC 2007-12-16, online Ron Paul 45%
VA Democrats 2007-12-25, online Dennis Kucinich 32%
Middletown CT 2008-01-25, online Mitt Romney 53%
U4Prez ongoing, approval Stephen Adams 52% (2008-04-10)
Who Would the World Elect? ongoing, online Ron Paul 68% (2008-04-10)

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