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Gary Johnson Polls 7% in New Hampshire

Gary Johnson is polling 7% in New Hampshire according to Public Policy Polling, which previously found him polling that number nationally, 15% in New Mexico, and 8% in Montana.

Gary Johnson gets 7% when included as a third party candidate in New Hampshire. He draws a little bit more from Romney than Obama, increasing the President’s lead in the state to 13 points at 51-38.

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Roseanne Barr at 6 percent in national poll, 19 percent among young voters

From Green Party Watch:

Roseanne Barr’s presidential bid has penetrated the veil of media silence so deeply that North Carolina based national polling firm Public Policy Polling has included her in a head to head to head comparisonwith Mitt Romney and Barack Obama.

Obama wins with 47%, while Romney draws 42% and Barr stands at 6%, with 5% undecided.… Read more ...

PPP Polls Hypothetical Colbert Americans Elect, Gary Johnson Libertarian Bids

Public Policy Polling has the following results in their first national poll of 2012:

Ron Paul matches Romney’s performance against Obama, also trailing by 5 points at 47-42. Beyond those two Newt Gingrich trails by 7 at 49-42, Rick Santorum has an 8 point deficit at 50-42, and Rick Perry trails by 11 points at 51-40.

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Gary Johnson At 8% in North Carolina Poll

A new poll from North Carolina-based Democratic pollster Public Policy Polling has Gary Johnson at 8%. From Tom Jensen:

In addition to looking at a straight head to head between Obama and Romney, PPP also tested a three way contest with the two of them and Gary Johnson running as a Libertarian. 

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Independents Support Charlie Sheen over Sarah Palin for President, according to Public Policy Polling

From Public Policy Polling via Third Party and Independent Daily:

We’ve found a lot of brutal poll numbers for Sarah Palin so far in 2011: down in South Dakota, down in South Carolina, down in Arizona, only up by 1 point in Texas, only up by 1 point in Nebraska to name a few.

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Florida Libertarian candidate Snitker viewed most favorably by liberals, moderates

LP blog:

A recent poll from Public Policy Polling says that Libertarian Alex Snitker, running for U.S. Senate in Florida, is viewed favorably by 24% of liberals, 24% of moderates, and 4% of conservatives. Snitker polls at 3% or 4% overall, depending on which Democratic Party candidate is included. He is supported by 2% of Democrats, 3% of Republicans, and 7-8% of “Independent/Other” voters.… Read more ...