Monday, January 15, 2007

McCain finishes 1st in "unacceptable" rating - in Arizona

Sonora Alliance
First Choice:
1 Hunter 96
2 Romney 82
3 Gingrich 53
4 McCain 50
5 Rice 27
6 Tancredo 24
7 Giuliani 22
8 Brownback 14
9 Huckabee 10
10 Hagel 2
11 Barbour 1
12 Pataki 0
Unacceptable Presidential Candidates:
1 McCain 282
2 Hagel 272
3 Pataki 260
4 Giuliani 213
5 Barbour 113
6 Brownback 108
6 Huckabee 108
7 Rice 91
8 Tancredo 85
9 Gingrich 81
10 Hunter 71
11 Romney 65
Acceptable Presidential Candidates:
1 Rice 269
2 Gingrich 265
3 Romney 239
4 Tancredo 219
5 Barbour 182
6 Brownback 178
7 Huckabee 167
7 Hunter 167
8 Giuliani 157
9 McCain 89
10 Pataki 70
11 Hagel 28
Republicans lost last November because:
Primary Reason Iraq 136
Secondary Reason Spending 115
Tertiary Reason Too Lenient on Immigration 94

3 comments:

Steve Rankin said...

Interesting that neither Jim Gilmore nor Ron Paul got any votes. I wonder if the candidates were limited to this group, or could people vote for anyone they wanted to?

Rice isn't running; Gov. Haley Barbour won't run, as he's up for re-election this year. It doesn't look like George Pataki's going to run, either.

I doubt that Hagel will run.

Luther said...

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White House Tries to Sell Iraq Plan to Skeptical Republicans

Keith Richards said...

I think the upcoming Presidential primary will be the most interesting in years and is likely to have many surprises. Many of the media annointed leaders have high disapproval ratings even within their own party, potentially opening up the nominations in both parties to less well known candidates.

It is already interesting because we are now in the early stages and so far no announced candidates have any significant lead.