Public vote preference in GOP candidate race for the elections 2012 with and without Herman Cain after the allegations
GOP presidential candidates - vote preference with and without Herman Cain
This statistic shows the public vote preference in the GOP candidate race to the upcoming elections in 2012 if Herman Cain drops out due to the allegations of sexual harrassment he is facing. Mitt Romney would profit most, if Cain would end his campaign. With Cain in the race, Romney would receive 24 percent of the respondents' votes. Without Cain he would receive 31 percent.
Public vote preference in GOP candidate race for the elections 2012 with and without Herman Cain after the allegations
First choiceWithout Cain
Mitt Romney24%31%
Herman Cain23%-
Rick Perry13%16%
Newt Gingrich12%17%
Ron Paul8%10%
Michele
Bachmann
4%7%
Rick
Santorum
1%2%
Jon
Huntsman
1%2%
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Source

Release date

November 2011

Region

United States

Survey time period

October 31- November 3, 2011

Number of respondents

438 respondents

Age group

18 years and older

Special properties

Republicans and GOP leaning independents

Method of interview

Telephone interview

GOP presidential candidates - vote preference with and without Herman Cain
This statistic shows the public vote preference in the GOP candidate race to the upcoming elections in 2012 if Herman Cain drops out due to the allegations of sexual harrassment he is facing. Mitt Romney would profit most, if Cain would end his campaign. With Cain in the race, Romney would receive 24 percent of the respondents' votes. Without Cain he would receive 31 percent.
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