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Rasmussen Michigan: Romney 27%, McCain 26%, Huckabee 14%

Saturday, January 12, 2008  |  posted by Hugh Hewitt
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The first post-New Hampshire Rasmussen poll in Michigan shows a close contest, though one with exceptional fluidity:

As was the case in both Iowa and New Hampshire, the race in Michigan is likely to be quite fluid during the final week of campaigning. Just 57% of Likely Republican Primary Voters are certain they will end up voting for their current favorite. Fifty-seven percent (57%) of McCain voters are certain they will vote for him along with 55% of Romney supporters. As for those who support Huckabee, just 41% are that certain.

Meanwhile,analysis of Huckabee’s “Catholic problem” underscores that in the Wolverine state, Huck won’t be surging among the conservative Catholic ethnics in the Detroit suburbs.

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