Where’s The Ron Paul Surge?by Kevin Boyd
For all of Ron Paul’s supposed online support, he’s not gaining support where it matters; among Republican voters:
This morning we have a new national poll, though it’s a small one: the Diageo/Hotline Poll, conducted by Financial Dynamics, May 16-20, 2007, 196 Republican primary voters nationwide.
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Rudy Giuliani shows up about where he usually does these days, mid to high 20s. John McCain shows up a little lower than he has been showing up recently. Newt Gingrich makes a surprising showing. And you can read the rest:
Ron Paul, who was suppose to surge after his “victory” over Giuliani, is in second to last place in front of Tommy Thompson.
More bad news for Ron Paul, the independents in New Hampshire are probably going to vote Democratic.
UPDATE: No one’s supporting Ron Paul, literally, in the latest Zogby poll.