Poll Results (FOX) After 2nd GOP Debates

by Mr. Polidico on May 26, 2007

(South Carolina)

They say Ron Paul is a long-shot fringe candidate with no realistic chance at winning the primary, yet in a moment you will see the contradicting poll results after the 2nd Republican debates.

If Ron Paul has little or no chance, it would be no wonder. After all, no media channels give him his fair coverage and to top it off, Ron Paul does not bow down to big business.

Some would say he is one of the few incorruptible candidates. Oil companies, pharmaceutical companies and those with large military contracts such as some of the major media conglomerates (ABC, MSNBC and FOX, etc) will not be making sizable donations of $1M+ to Paul as they did for Bush.

In fact, Ron Pauls campaign is dirt poor compared to the other major players. Yet, lets see how lack of funds is hurting his campaign, so far…

  • Romney: 29%
  • Paul: 25%
  • Giuliani: 19%
  • McCain: 4%

And, this is where it starts getting interesting…

Mitt Romney (29%)
Raised: $21,084,634
Spent: $10,332,450
Cash on Hand: $11,863,653
Debts: $2,350,000

Rudy Giuliani (19%)
Raised: $18,029,974
Spent: $6,080,239
Cash on Hand: $11,949,735
Debts: $88,862

John McCain (4%)
Raised: $14,798,613
Spent: $9,617,814
Cash on Hand: $5,180,799
Debts: $1,812,636

Ron Paul (25%)
Raised: $639,989
Spent: $115,070
Cash on Hand: $524,919
Debts: $0


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matthew Robinson 05.27.07 at 12:59 am

where did you get these numbers?

Big Brother 05.27.07 at 2:06 am

We viewed official public record Presidential financial reports that are filed by each candidate.

SideNote: Poor Mike Gravel (the Democrats version of Ron Paul) only had about $498 or so in his fanny pack. :-( He’s also receiving the same mistreatment as Paul is getting…

FYI, if you don’t trust the numbers you can also view some of them via the election center on CNN.com.

* After the jump, click through on candidates to see their info.

Gary Johnson 05.27.07 at 8:32 am

The other candidates spend money at least twice as fast as Ron Paul. For instance, Tancredo had raised twice as much as Paul, but only had a few thousand dollars more cash on hand, according to the latest report. Also, Ron Paul has no debt. McCain looks like he could be running low on cash soon. It wouldn’t surprise me if Ron Paul had almost as much cash on hand as McCain when the June FEC report comes out.

Glen 05.27.07 at 4:15 pm

You can see Ron Pauls fical responsability even in his campain expendetures. I send him $30 every week on payday.

Big Brother 05.27.07 at 6:15 pm

That’s great Glen. I hope more people will do the same. Someone like him can really make it go a long way. Others interested in doing this can donate through Ron Paul’s website by CLICKING HERE.

Jason L Wharton 06.06.07 at 8:43 pm

I can’t wait to sell one of my mining claims or real-estate investment properties so I can pay the maximum to Ron Paul.

I have written a few blogs about Ron Paul that may be of interest. Take a look at my website at MySpace and view my blogs.

Michael Blache 06.07.07 at 7:48 pm

I just made my first ever political donation and it went to Ron Paul. I’m In!!!

Mr. Charrington 06.07.07 at 11:33 pm

it’s either Ron Paul or Mike Gravel … imo.

FreedomWriter 06.08.07 at 10:57 am

It’s obvious that Ron Paul is the front-runner of the “people” but not of the media; thanks to the most obvious displays at censorship I have ever seen!

Granted, I am not a Wolf Blitzer fan, but his treatment of Ron Paul and other “second tier” candidates during the debate was downright ridiculous. Come on, the ONLY doctor in the debate is not allowed to answer any health care-related questions?? Or when “allowed” to speak he was often cutoff as Blitzer attempted to re-focus (manipulate) audience attention to those HE felt were more deserving of air-time? Actually I am surprised Dr. Paul got the opportunity to reply to a single question thanks to Blitzer’s constant unprofessional tactics (I guess he slept through the basic standards taught in “Debate 101″).

Even more disturbing IMO – the convenient deactivation of the CNN webpage who’s post-debate blog comments were overwhelmingly in favor of Paul! Another blatant example of censorship by CNN.

The attempts of old media manipulation continue.

Jack 07.07.07 at 12:35 pm

Might want to recheck mc cains money and ron pauls now….

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