New Hampshire Primary Open Thread

Filed in National by on January 10, 2012

Post your predictions and reactions here! The expectation game: Romney’s hoping to break 40%, Huntsman and Paul are jockeying for second, and Santorum could lose momentum if he fails to beat Gingrich (and vice versa). As for Rick Perry, if he beats anyone, it’ll be a surprise.

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X Stryker is also the proprietor of the currently-dormant poll analysis blog Election Inspection.

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  1. X Stryker says:

    4% reporting, Romney 37%, Paul 24, Huntsman 15, Gingrich 12, Santorum 10, Perry 1

  2. Joe Cass says:

    The back field is looking to S.C. The purity test has proven itself to fracture the GOP and make the tea party irrelevant.

  3. X Stryker says:

    5% ~ Romney 36, Paul 25, Huntsman 15, Gingrich 11, Santorum 10, Perry 1

  4. MJ says:

    with 14% in:

    Romney 10,757 35.4%
    Paul 7,396 24.3
    Huntsman 5,435 17.9
    Gingrich 3,183 10.5
    Others 3,626 11.9 (includes Santorum and Perry)

  5. xstryker says:

    Media is calling it as Romney in first, Paul in second, Huntsman in third, with a tight race between Gingrich and Santorum for fourth.

  6. MJ says:

    Romney should be taking over 40% of the vote. This could be spun as Ron Paul’s “Clean Gene McCarthy” moment.

  7. X Stryker says:

    28% reporting – Romney 36, Paul 24, Huntsman 17, Gingrich 10, Santorum 10, Perry 1

  8. MJ says:

    34% in:

    Romney 26,281 37.4%
    Paul 16,587 23.6
    Huntsman 11,863 16.9
    Gingrich 7,076 10.1
    Santorum 6,927 9.8

  9. MJ says:

    What was the turnout (percentage-wise)?

  10. MJ says:

    Results for Coos County are interesting:

    Romney – 14.6%
    Paul – 14.1%
    Huntsman – 7.4%
    gingrich – 7.2%
    Others – 56.7%

    Coos County is the northernmost county in NH.

  11. AQC says:

    Ron Paul sounds like a paranoid, doddering old fool! I seriously think he exhibits symptoms of dementia.

  12. MJ says:

    Paul is now winning Coos County with about 30% of the vote

  13. Perry has got to be embarrassed by this result. I guess they’ll all probably stay in until SC, which is the best possible outcome for Romney. The longer it takes for the not-Romney vote to consolidate, the better for Romney. Santorum also has to be disappointed – he doesn’t have much mo from Iowa.