The presidential preference poll continues today and tomorrow, and the cross-tabs are pretty interesting.
With more than 6,000 votes already cast, a surprisingly high 22% want the Adminsitration to demand sanctions from the U.N. before anything else happens, and the distribution of these voters parallels the nominee preference voting. The wait-and-see voters also break along the general lines.
The “strike Iran asap” voters depart from the general scheme of things, prefering Allen over the front-runner Rudy.
One final note: Romney’s 17+% is better than the last time this poll was run, reflecting probably the good press over his health care plan triumph in Massachusetts.