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Question For The AP: Is Cain Now Considered A First Tier Candidate?

AP, the biggest liberal media organization in business at this juncture, said they don’t reference Herman Cain because they don’t consider him a top tier candidate; Actually You Are Just A Bunch Of Racists. I see they have ignored his rise, they have ignored the polls because they weren’t the “big” polls, well, today Gallup puts Herman Cain behind Mittens Romney in the margin of error. Yes He Cain:

Gallup’s Oct. 3-7 update of Republicans’ preferences for their party’s 2012 presidential nominee shows that Romney since mid-September has regained a numerical lead over the rest of the field, mainly because Perry’s support has dropped by half over the same period. At the same time, support for Cain has more than tripled, from 5% to 18%, creating a competitive three-way race for the nomination between Romney, Cain, and Perry — all within five percentage points of each other. Prior to now, Gallup has had Romney out front, Perry out front, or a two-way battle between them.

Also of note in the new results are Ron Paul’s return to single-digit support levels, and the failure of Michele Bachmann, Newt Gingrich, Rick Santorum, and Jon Huntsman to make significant gains.

Republicans Have Historically Nominated Early Front-Runners

Republicans’ current lack of consensus about who should face President Barack Obama next fall is in stark contrast to Republican primary contests over the past half century in which, in all but one case, the eventual nominee was the runaway leader by this point in the campaign.

You can continue to ignore him, AP, but the base of the Party is getting in tune with him, and when he wins, and as a supporter, I think he will, you all will have to work THREE TIMES as hard to take him out for your beloved Barack Hussein Obama.

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  1. This is very competitive. Historically, according to Gallup, Republicans usually have a clear frontrunner by this point. Very little separation between the top three frontrunners in this poll. Quite interesting. I had thought Romney still had more of a lead.

    Undecided is back in second place if I remember correctly.

  1. This is very competitive. Historically, according to Gallup, Republicans usually have a clear frontrunner by this point. Very little separation between the top three frontrunners in this poll. Quite interesting. I had thought Romney still had more of a lead.

    Undecided is back in second place if I remember correctly.

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