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Romney Hopes This One is Right

 A telephone tracking poll taken by Mitchell Interactive  Jan 12-14 ahd some potential good news for Mitt Romney tonight. Of likely Republican voters, Romney was ahead with 35 percent, John McCain was in second place with 29 percent, Mike Huckabee was third, as he has been in many Michigan polls, with 12 percent and then the field dropped off with Rudy Giuliani, Ron Paul, Fred Thompson and Duncan Hunter polling less than 5 percent each. Seven percent of the voters were uncommitted.

        “As the undecided voters make up their minds, more are turning to Mitt Romney than to John McCain.” Steve Mitchell, president of Mitchell Interactive said. 

The poll has a 4.1 percent margin of error.

Tomorrow, Poll Tracker will compare all the pre-primary Michigan polls to see who came out on top. 

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