Rick Santorum's Victory Speech in Iowa

Verona, PA – New national polling of the 2012 Presidential Race conducted by Rasmussen Reports shows that Rick Santorum in a virtual tie with President Barack Obama.

Hogan Gidley, National Communications Director, said: “We now have empirical data that proves conservatives do not need to settle for a moderate like Mitt Romney to defeat Barack Obama. This poll comes on the back of other polls released in recent days that show Rick Santorum is also the best candidate to sop Romney.

Today’s Rasmussen poll is just more evidence that Rick Santorum is best positioned to win the Republican nomination and defeat Barack Obama this fall.”

Head-to-Head:

  • Rick Santorum 44%
  • Barack Obama 46%

Head-to-Head:

  • Mitt Romney: 45%
  • Barack Obama: 46%

Head-to-Head:

  • Newt Gingrich: 41%
  • Barack Obama: 49%

To learn more about former Senator Rick Santorum, please visit www.RickSantorum.com.

Photo by Dave Davidson – Prezography.com

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1 comment
  1. Begging your pardon… it looks like Santorum would just lose by a little more than Romney, thus appearing that Romney is the better candidate and they would both still lose. I don’t understand the assumption made in the quotation.

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