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Huckabee Surge
(2007-12-21)
(wgvu) - A new poll shows Mitt Romney and Mike
Huckabee are fighting over the lead in Michigan, while Rudy
Giuliani has plunged 16 points to third place.
The survey of 621 likely Republican primary voters shows Romney
at 21 percent, Huckabee at 19 percent, Giuliani at 12 percent and
John McCain at 10 percent.
Ron Paul and Fred Thompson each got 4 percent, while Duncan
Hunter and Tom Tancredo each got 1 percent. Tancredo dropped out of
the race on Thursday.
The telephone poll was conducted Sunday through Wednesday by
EPIC-M-R-A of Lansing for The Detroit News and television stations
WXYZ, WILX, WJRT and WOOD.
It had a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 4 percentage
points.
All of the candidates who had been doing well in an early
November EPIC-M-R-A poll dropped in the latest survey, except for
Huckabee.
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