Other, Gingrich lead GOP presidential nominee web poll results for January and round-up

Since I last updated, Fmr. Gov. Jon Huntsman (UT) withdrew from the race, supporting Fmr. Gov. Mitt Romney (MI / UT / MA) for president. Gov. Rick Perry (TX) followed Huntsman's lead and also withdrew, supporting Fmr. House Speaker Newt Gingrich (GA) ahead of South Carolina's influential primary, which Gingrich won.

Gingrich faded fast, however, and Romney and Santorum wins have made them the top two candidates to watch for now, however painful it actually is to witness. Arizona and Michigan vote Feb. 28, and fifteen states vote in March's Super Tuesday contests, in which two or three candidates are expected to post wins.

Meanwhile, the "Other" option and Gingrich led January voting for who respondents thought would be the 2012 Republican presidential nominee, very narrowly edging out Rep. Ron Paul, M.D. (TX). As usual, this is of self-selected voters of any party who found my website, so it is not scientific in any way. (This means you should not complain that it was not scientific because it's never going to be.) Voting is just for fun, please no wagering. Here are January's results:

January 2012

#1 - Other ... 40.5%
#2 - Fmr. House Speaker Newt Gingrich (GA) ... 29.8%
#3 - Rep. Ron Paul, M.D. (TX) ... 28.9%
#4 - Fmr. Gov. Mitt Romney (MI / UT / MA) ... .8%
#5 - Fmr. Sen. Rick Santorum (PA) ... 0%

121 total votes cast / Margin of error ±100%

I have now removed Huntsman and Perry from the poll and the GOP field page.

You can vote for this month's new poll here, or click the vote button from any of the Choose Our President 2012 pages.

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