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PPP: Clinton is her party’s choice for Presidential nominee at 61% to Biden’s 12%

December 6, 2012 Raleigh, N.C. – PPP's latest poll finds Chris Christie, Condoleezza Rice and Hillary Clinton to be the most popular politicians nation-wide. Christie and Rice received a net positive 22 percentage points each at 48/26 and 51/29, while Clinton got 57/36 favorability, +21 percentage points. Joe Biden, Jeb Bush, Mike Huckabee, Paul Ryan and Elizabeth Warren received a plurality favorable to unfavorable- Biden 46/44, Bush 38/38, Huckabee 38/39, Ryan 41/42 and Warren 25/27. 3/4 of voters have no opinion either way on Governors Martin O’Malley (78%), Deval Patrick (72%), Brian Schweitzer (80%), and Sen. Mark Warner (75%). Voters generally disliked Rick Santorum, Andrew Cuomo, and Rand Paul, with 30/40, 23/33 and 32/38 respectively. Among Democrats, Hillary Clinton is the clear favorite with 86/10 favorability; and second favorite is Joe Biden at 80/14. Clinton is her party’s choice for Presidential nominee at 61% to Biden’s 12%. On the issue of same-sex marriage, Democrats support the measure 64/31. Paul Ryan, Mike Huckabee and Condoleezza Rice were favored most among Republicans at 74/15, 73/15 and 73/18 respectively. Even though Marco Rubio’s favorability ranks fourth (62/11), he is the GOP favorite for 2016 at 18%. Christie was runner up with14% and tied for third were Jeb Bush and Paul Ryan with 12% preference each. Santorum was the least favorite with 4% wanting to see him as their 2016 nominee. Republicans would also like to see RNC Chair Reince Priebus be replaced 37/20. When asked about their ideology, Democrats were twice as likely to be “moderate” as Republicans 32/16. 20% of Democrats said they were “very liberal” to 39% of GOP respondents who were “very conservative”. “Hillary Clinton is the clear choice of Democratic voters while opinions on the Republican side are pretty muddled,” said Dean Debnam, President of Public Policy Polling. “Clearly Marco Rubio’s debut on the national stage at the GOP convention was a big hit though.”

http%3A//www.publicpolicypolling.com/pdf/2011/PPP_Release_National_1206.pdf


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