Saturday, March 3, 2007

This Is Why Tommy Thompson Doesn't Stand A Chance In The GOP Nomination Sweepstakes

John McCain, Mitt Romney and Rudy Guiliani are out in front, if the early polls can be believed.

The CNN story includes these data:

"According to a Washington Post-ABC News poll released earlier this week, Giuliani is gaining support among Republicans. His chief rival for the GOP 2008 presidential nomination, Sen. John McCain of Arizona, is not.

Last month, McCain and outsider Rudy Giuliani were pretty close in the Washington Post-ABC News poll. Guiliani enjoyed a 34 percent to 27 percent lead over McCain.

But in the poll released Wednesday, Giuliani is way ahead of McCain -- 44 percent to 21 percent. The poll's margin of error on questions about Republicans was plus-or-minus 5 percentage points."

With Giuliani and his star power moving into the center-right, and to a lead among bigger name GOP candidates, Tommy's handful of percentage points will whither during his vanity campaign to nothing.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

as opposed to this vanity blog, read by nobody...