Romney in his concession speech referred to his second place finish as winning a silver medal, that makes McCain the gold medalist and Huckabee a bronze winner. Here are the results for the top three candidates, McCain (37% ~88,400) Romney (32% ~75,200) and Huckabee (11% ~26,600). We at FortiusOne further analyzed [...]Continue Reading →
Of the 850,000 or so registered voters, nearly 44% are Independents, 30% registered Republicans and even smaller percentage (26%) are registered Democrats. And since these Indepenedent voters can vote for either a Republican or a Democratic candidate, they are indispensable for candidates from both parties.
The current surge in polls, both for Obama ( Continue Reading →
Romney campaign spent more than $56 million (see the note at the end) in the first 9 months of 2007 in nearly 1,300 zipcode area of more than 740 cities across the lower 48 states. By far they have outspent major candidates of either party. In the two crucial caucus/primary states of Iowa and New [...]Continue Reading →
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