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Previously:

Rick Santorum (r) in Lee’s Summit, Missouri (February 3, 2012)

Sen. Will Kraus (r): warming up the crowd about urban schools at the Santorum rally (February 4, 2012)

Rick Santorum in Lee’s Summit, Missouri: the Blutarsky sermon on the summit (February 4, 2012)

The republican beauty contest presidential primary is today. Do your part to make it so:

Public Policy Polling

Big Day Possible for Santorum [pdf]

Q2 The Republican candidates for President on the ballot in Missouri are Ron Paul, Mitt Romney, and Rick Santorum. If the election was today, who would you vote for?

Ron Paul – 19%

Mitt Romney – 32%

Rick Santorum – 45%

Someone else/Not sure – 4%

[emphasis added]

Politics makes strange bedfellows, albeit with very different agendas, from the crosstabs:

2012 GOP Pres Primary

Ideology

Very liberal

Ron Paul – 18%

Mitt Romney – 18%

Rick Santorum – 63%

Someone else/Not sure – 0%

[….]

Tea Party ID

Yes

Ron Paul – 18%

Mitt Romney – 25%

Rick Santorum – 54%

Someone else/Not sure – 2%

[emphasis added]

Heh.

The PPP poll interviewed 958 likely primary voters in Missouri on February 6th. The margin of error was 3.2%.

Remember, to take part in the Missouri Democratic Party delegate selection process (caucus) you must have cast a ballot in today’s election. It doesn’t matter which ballot.