Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, and Utah Gov. Jon Huntsman are seen during a news conference at the bipartisan meeting of the National Governor’s Association at Congress Hall, in Philadelphia, Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2008.
- Mike Huckabee – 34%
- Sarah Palin – 32%
- Mitt Romney – 28%
- New Gingrich – 27%
- Rudy Giuliani – 23%
- Bobby Jindahl – 19%
- Charlie Crist – 7%
The survey size was 460 Republicans and the survey’s sampling error was 4.5%.
Some interesting notes:
â€œIt might come as a surprise to some that Palin does better than Huckabee among GOP men but that Huckabee beats Palin among Republican women,â€ says CNN Polling Director Keating Holland. â€œPalin’s strength is also concentrated among older Republicans, but Huckabee may have a slight edge among conservative Republicans.”
Among voters who consider themselves born again or evangelical, Huckabee draws more support than Palin, with a 9 point edge. Meanwhile, Palin holds a 7-point advantage among non-born again or evangelical voters.
It is way early but is there any reason why Mike Huckabee (with a smile) has been dumping on Palin lately?
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