Friday, June 14, 2013

The Rand Paul Lead in Michigan

Public Policy Polling reports:
Speaking to his increased national stature over the first half of 2013, the leading Republican for President in Michigan is Rand Paul. 18% of primary voters in the state say he would be their first choice for 2016, followed by Jeb Bush at 16%, Chris Christie at 15%, Paul Ryan at 12%, Marco Rubio at 11%, Ted Cruz at 7%, Rick Santorum at 6%, Bobby Jindal at 4%, and Susana Martinez with less than 1%.

Paul leads based on his strength with two key groups. Among voters who identify themselves as 'very conservative,' he's at 31% with none of the other GOP hopefuls higher than 15%. And with voters under 45 he's at 28%, giving him at least a 13 point lead over the rest of the field.

1 comment:

  1. It a bit of a surprise that Rand can only manage a 2 percent lead over Jeb who has done nothing apart from be a Bush. Christie represents the sell out bipartisan wing of the republican party. Ryan is republican leaderships pick. Rubio will disappear with Castro. and the rest, who dat?.