Obama Virtually Tied With Generic Republican Candidate In 2012
Huffington Post | February 11, 2010
Registered voters nationwide favor Obama by a slim margin -- 44 percent to 42 percent -- over a generic Republican candidate. That gap is within the poll's 4 percentage point margin of error. Three percent said they would vote for a different candidate, and 11 percent had no opinion.
Ron Paul wins CPAC straw poll
By Alex Pappas | The Daily Caller | 02/20/10
A fired up crowd of young conservatives said Ron Paul is their man this afternoon, as the Texas congressman and former 2008 presidential candidate won the annual CPAC straw poll with 31 percent of the vote.