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Huckabee Dominates In Georgia


The former Governor is ahead by 15%, but should he stick around until Super Tuesday or is one state just not enough to justify the effort?

Rasmussen has the numbers…

The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in Georgia finds Huckabee with 34% of the vote followed by McCain at 19%, Romney with 16%, Ron Paul with 12% and Rudy Giuliani in fifth with 11%.
Huckabee is viewed favorably by 70% of Likely Republican Primary Voters, McCain by 63%, Giuliani by 63%, Romney by 62%, and Paul by 25%

McCain is seen as the most electable Republican—70% believe he would be at least somewhat likely to win the White House if nominated. Fifty-nine percent (59%) believe Huckabee would have a chance to win while 55% say the same about both Giuliani and Romney. Just 12% believe Paul would have a chance to win the election if nominated.

Just 12% said Ron Paul will win. But he will win, right Paulites? He’ll make a stunning come from behind win because all of these GOPers will just all of sudden change their entire political value system and get wise to the one true way. Heh.

No, but I ask again, is it really worth it for Huckabee? If he doesn’t have a chance to take any of the bigger states on Super Tuesday, and this is quickly becoming a race between McCain and Romney. Shouldn’t the third wheel bow out sometime soon?