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ccAdvertising has initiated a series of weekly surveys, to both landline and mobile phones, to gauge current levels of support for possible Republican presidential candidates.This week, ccAdvertising polled the popularity of the GOP primary candidates Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul, Mitt Romney, and Rick Santorum in Georgia, Massachusetts, Ohio, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Washington.The survey ran on February 19-21, 2012. 21,725 people participated in the survey. The following charts show the support for each candidate:

Summary of All States Surveyed – February 21, 2012

Gingrich: 16.11% • Paul: 13.30% • Romney: 18.91%
Santorum: 17.63% • Undecided / Other: 34.05%

Gingrich: 29.25% • Paul: 9.67% • Romney: 15.31%
Santorum: 11.88% • Undecided / Other: 33.89%

Gingrich: 8.10% • Paul: 13.30% • Romney: 34.38%
Santorum: 7.55% • Undecided / Other: 36.66%

Gingrich: 14.19% • Paul: 13.05% • Romney: 17.37%
Santorum: 20.07% • Undecided / Other: 35.32%

Gingrich: 19.73% • Paul: 12.80% • Romney: 14.42%
Santorum: 20.79% • Undecided / Other: 32.27%

Gingrich: 11.71% • Paul: 12.11% • Romney: 19.18%
Santorum: 24.50% • Undecided / Other: 32.50%

Gingrich: 17.05% • Paul: 13.94% • Romney: 16.92%
Santorum: 21.42% • Undecided / Other: 30.67%

Gingrich: 12.52% • Paul: 17.66% • Romney: 16.96%
Santorum: 15.09% • Undecided / Other: 37.76%
Please see the attached PDF for more detailed breakouts and information on each candidate’s performance.

Demographically, of all respondents who participated in surveys conducted February 19-21:

  • 39.40% are Republican.
  • 30.36% are Democrat.
  • 30.25% are Independent.
  • 43.68% have a favorable opinion of President Obama.
  • 30.25% are supporters of the Tea Party.
  • 23.26% support the Occupy Wall Street movement.
  • 56.33% believe that the national news media supports President Obama.
  • 39.40% feel that they are better off now than they were four years ago.
  • 79.10% are anti-tax.
  • 50.97% believe that the national news media is biased against Christians.
  • 70.96% would take action against attacks on Christian views.
  • 62.70% are pro-life.
  • 64.07% are traditional marriage supporters.
  • 68.21% support gun owners’ rights.
  • 48.79% use Facebook.
  • 10.68% use Twitter.
  • 47.44% are male.
  • 62.88% are 50 years of age or older.
About ccAdvertising
ccAdvertising is a leader in the communications industry, providing personalized telephone surveys to commercial, political, congressional and non-profit clients. ccAdvertising surveys use “Artificial Intelligence Call” (AIC) technology to conduct political and public opinion polls, to collect valuable information on respondents, educate and notify them regarding current and relevant issues, generate leads (sales leads, donor and volunteer acquisition), and communicate with the public in a meaningful way.Using an extensive and accurate database of homes in America, ccAdvertising provides quality surveys targeted to individuals, based on demographic and geographic parameters. Collected data is provided to clients in an easy to understand and useful format. Clients can obtain, for their unlimited use, mobile phone numbers identified, which can be used to direct phones to video or audio, as well as other uses of traditional political calling including surveys and Get Out The Vote (GOTV) messages.Located in the Washington, D.C. metro area, ccAdvertising has built a customer base of prominent political, lobbying, commercial, and non-profit organizations. ccAdvertising is a division of AIC Communications and operates under several DBAs, including Election Research, Political Research and FEC Research.
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  1. Avatar of DonaldJusko
    February 25, 2012 at 4:10 pm —

    Don’t believe those polls. Ron Paul is way ahead. Follow the Constitution. These liberal led debates are just tools to promote obama lits.

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