HERMAN CAIN STILL LEADS, ROMNEY STAGNANT AND GINGRICH CLOSING IN
Among GOP likely voters Cain holds a 24% lead over Mitt Romney's 20% with Gingrich climbing to 19% with a margin of error of 4% there is virtually a three way tie for the lead. Rick Perry is next in line at 7% with Ron Paul at 6%, Bachman at 2% and Huntsman at 3%.
Among Independents the results were much more specific in deciding a clear leader in the race. Independents polled who were likely voters in a GOP Primary or Caucus gave Cain a clear lead at 30% with Gingrich in the second position at 23%, Paul at 12% and Mitt Romney who is usually in the top three in fourth at 11%.
Another interesting result asked likely voters how they would vote with a head to head match of Cain/Gingrich against Obama/Biden. The poll which surveyed Republicans, Independents and Democrats had Cain/Gingrich at 44% with Obama/Biden at 43%.
Breaking down the poll further not surprisingly Republicans overwhelmingly chose Cain/Gingrich while Democrats did the same with Obama/Biden. With Independents who are a key voter group for victory in 2012 and also gave a majority vote for Obama in 2008, the news is not so good for Obama as 2012 approaches. Independents overwhelmingly chose Cain/Gingrich 46% to 34% over Obama/Biden.
All in all is seems the perceived scandal against Cain has not caused much damage for the GOP front runner and Obama is in bad shape with voters for reelection in 2012. Good news for we who understand that this election is for the salvation of America from Obama's destruction of Obama!