Republican Presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani speaks to residents of a retirement community in The Villages, Fl. on Thursday Nov. 15, 2007.
- Rudy – 29%
- Romney – 21%
- Thompson – 14%
- McCain – 12%
- Paul – 8%
- Huckabee – 4%
The poll was conducted from November 9-13 among 304 likely Republican caucus goers by telephone The poll has a margin of error of plus or minus 5.5 percentage points.
A Western state that caucuses 14 days after Iowa, rudy is showing strength in a state with a large Mormon population that is contiguous to Utah. This is a state thought to be “OWNED” by Mitt Romney.
What is the issue that is propelling the Mayor to the lead?
Giuliani’s on top in Nevada because Republicans here think he’s the most electable. Sixty percent of those questioned in the survey said Giuliani has the best chance among the GOP White House hopefuls of beating the Democratic presidential nominee.
Might Nevada be the first “EARLY” state that delivers a win for Giuliani?
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