Mitt Romney wins over Obama 47% to 45%.
Ron Paul loses to Obama 46% to 41%.
In a three way race with Romney, Obama, and Johnson, Obama wins:
In a three way race with Romney, Obama, and Paul, Obama wins:
In the Paul vs. Obama contest, he wins with the 30-45 age group, loses every other group. Obama gets an absolute majority of those between 18 and 29.
Paul wins the independent vote with 41% (as does Romney.) Paul wins with men (48%,) but loses women (34%.)
In the three way, with Romney, Obama, and Johnson, Johnson does best with the youngest group (14%) and goes down from there. He does best with independents, at 17%.
When Paul is matched as an independent, he ends up with 24% of both those between 18 and 29 and 30 and 45. He does less well with older groups.
He gets 27% of independents, which is close, but less than Obama 32% and Romney 31%.
The most interesting result is Paul's strength with Hispanics. He gets 37% in a two way against Obama (and still loses that group,) but it is better than any other Republican. (Paul gets 10% of the African American vote.)
In the three way race, Johnson does well with Hispanics as well, with 15% (compared to 8% for whites and 5% for African Americans.)
If Paul runs as an independent, he gets 33% of Hispanics, beating Romney's 18%, though still losing to Obama's 48%. Paul gets 17% of the white vote and 3% of the African American vote.)
Lots of interesting results. Check it out.
P.S. We just got our first poll that looks to be from the Paul campaign. At least, I cannot figure out why anyone else would have add on questions about our opinion of Mark Sanford and Rand Paul.