Skip to comments.Poll: Romney more popular with all Utah Republicans than with delegates
Posted on 05/07/2010 10:06:02 AM PDT by pennyfarmer
SALT LAKE CITY -- Political careers are hanging in the balance the morning before the Utah state party conventions.
Sen. Bob Bennett, R-Utah, may not be getting as big of a boost as expected from Mitt Romney, who is scheduled to introduce him at Saturday's GOP convention at the Salt Palace. Sen. Bob Bennett
Bennett hopes Romney will be the wild card that draws more delegates to his side. But a Dan Jones & Associates poll for KSL TV and the Deseret News shows Romney isn't as popular with delegates as he is with the general population. Seventy-six percent of Utah Republicans pick Romney as their top choice for president. That drops to 54 percent among GOP delegates.
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Of course they’d go for the only one of them that is at all in the running.
I’m sure that Rocky Anderson is popular in Utah too.
How many states does carpetbagger Romney claim to live in?
-— All 57 states.
How long will it take for Palin to endorse Romney now?
Why is that surprising they voted 92% in the primary. Appears it matters not a wit what his policies are.
Endorse him for what? Is he running for something?
Romney makes my skin crawl, he comes across like some of the televangelists. I just can’t trust him!
If only Utah would grab him and KEEP him. Just go away Mittens.
Good. Let him run for President of Utah.
I live in Utah...this is news to me!
Should Romney win the nomination, the MSM will suddenly discover that Romney is a Mormon. Get ready for an anti-Mormon campaign the likes of which haven’t been seen since the early years of Mormonism.
No the anti Mormon thing went on against George Romney too! Sometimes I hate being this old and remembering these things....lol.
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