Ron Paul tied with Obama at 43% in Virginia
Only Mitt Romney and Ron Paul will be on the Super Tuesday GOP primary ballot in Virginia. Mittens is expected to easily beat Ron Paul on that day according to a couple polls released days ago. However, in a head to head match up with the Marxist Obama, Ron Paul ties him at 43% in the Christopher Newport University conducted the poll/ The sample size if of 1018 registered Virginia voters over February 4-13, 2012 period with a margin of error for the whole sample is +/- 3.1 percent.
Paul ties Obama at 43 percent of combined Republicans, Democrats, and Independents, and the 12-term Congressman from Texas bests the sitting President decisively among the latter category. Among independent voters, Paul leads Obama by 12 percent in the general election, garnering 47 to 35 percent. Paul also does slightly better than his rivals among Virginia’s traditionally-conservative Democrats, with 6 percent preferring Paul over Obama in the general election.
While I am certainly not a Ron Paul fan, and would never vote for him in a primary, I would vote for him in a split second over Marxist Obama.