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A Pair Of Conflicting Michigan Polls On GOP Race

A Rossman Group/MIRS/Denno-Noor survey says the Jan. 15 GOP contest in Michigan is now shaping up as a battle between Mike Huckabee (at 23 percent), Mitt Romney (at 22 percent) and John McCain (at 18 percent). Further back in fourth place, Rudy Giuliani continues to drop (eight percent). The poll was conducted Jan. 6-7 and the margin of error is (a rather large) 5.8 percent.

A Strategic Vision Poll shows the GOP lineup in this order: John McCain 29 percent, Romney 20 percent, Huckabee 18 percent , Giuliani 13 percent, Fred Thompson 5 percent and Ron Paul 5 percent. The pol was conducted Jan. 4-6 and the margin of error is 4 percent.

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