Undecideds Lead in Both Presidential and Chief Justice Primaries

2/6/12 - Montgomery, AL - Alabama Research just completed a poll for Alabama's Republican Presidential primary, and for the Alabama Chief Justice Republican primary. The poll was conducted from a sampling of 345 likely Republican Primary Voters.

The primary elections will be hThe poll results show that the Republican Primary is still wide open for both the Presidential and Chief Justice elections.eld on March 13.

A full 37.9% of likely Republicans are still undecided on who they plan to vote for in the Presidential primary. No single candidate received more than 25%. Full Results Below.

The Alabama Chief Justice race is even more undecided, with 59.8% still undecided.

Full Survey Results:

Who are you most likely to vote for in the Republican Presidential primary?
• Undecided: 128 (37.9%)
• Newt Gingrich: 81 (24.0%)
• Mitt Romney: 66 (19.5%)
• Rick Santorum: 38 (11.2%)
• Ron Paul: 25 (7.4%)

Who are you most likely to vote for in the Republican primary for Alabama Chief Justice?
• Undecided: 199 (59.8%)
• Roy Moore: 85 (25.5%)
• Charlie Graddick: 34 (10.2%)
• Chuck Malone: 15 (4.5%)

This poll was conducted by Alabama Research, and was a survey of 345 likely Republican Primary Voters. This poll was not paid for by, or authorized by, any campaign or political organization. Alabama Research surveys are conducted with automated telephone interviews.

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