Rick Santorum holds a substantial lead over the other Republican presidential candidates in Louisiana ahead of the state's Saturday primary, according to a new survey.
The American Research Group poll showed the former Pennsylvania senator received 43% support among likely Republican voters, ahead of rival Mitt Romney's 27%, Newt Gingrich's 20% and Ron Paul's 6%.
Santorum led among self identified supporters of the tea party and those who do not back the grassroots movement. He also received the top spot among men with 42% to Romney's 24%, Gingrich's 21% and Paul's 9%. Among women he received 44% support, followed by Romney's 30%, Gingrich's 19% and Paul's 3%.
viernes, 23 de marzo de 2012
ARG confirma la cómoda ventaja de Santorum en Louisiana