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One in Four for Gingrich?

Sometimes, you have to wonder about some of our fellow North Carolinians. The latest tracking numbers from Public Policy Polling remind us that likely N.C. Republican primary voters break down as follows: Giuliani 31%, Gingrich 25%, McCain 20%, Romney 5%, Undecided 10%. Yikes!  Read the full report here: Feb 8 Polling.

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  1. Adam Searing

    February 8, 2007 at 4:42 pm

    I’m starting the NC Chapter of “Progressives for Gingrich.” What a dream opponent…

  2. sturner

    February 9, 2007 at 1:08 pm

    Giuliani, Gingrich, and McCain. What an unholy triumvirate. If my math is correct, that’s 8 marriages, 2 high-profile adulterous affairs (that we know of), 1 Oncology ward divorce negotiation, and 1 best friend of Bernard Kerik. Personally, I believe their private lives are their own business and should have little impact on their presidential qualities. I have to wonder, though, if all the people with the “Character Counts” bumper stickers in 1992 and 1996 will still be so sanctimonious.

  3. […] The Progressive Pulse says yikes to Gingrich, but they don’t say exactly what’s wrong with Newt. […]

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