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Thursday, January 24, 2008

Giuliani risky plan may not payoff

The Miami Herald is reporting that in a recent poll for the Republican Presidential nomination, Rudy Giuliani has slipped to third. Giuliani has campaigned heavily in Florida with his "Big State" strategy for delegates; if the actual votes go according to this last poll, his campaign could be stopped cold in his first true test and he will be out of the race for sure. Some interesting quotes from the article

"He may be running for president, but with these numbers he wouldn't be elected governor of Florida,'' said Republican pollster Kellyanne Conway, whose firm conducted the survey with Democratic pollsters Schroth, Eldon & Associates for The Herald, The St. Petersburg Times and Bay News 9. Alluding to the timeworn song, Conway added: ``If he can't make it there in Florida, he can't make it anywhere."

Asked about the 13 percent of the voters who haven't made up their minds, pollster Rob Schroth said he didn't expect them to fuel a Giuliani comeback.

"Giuliani for all intents and purposes has virtually no chance to win in Florida,"

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