Sarah Palin Wins Free Republic 2012 Straw Poll Second Year In A Row With A Stunning 81% Blowout

By Gary P Jackson

Sarah Palin has once again won Free Republic’s 2012 Presidential Straw Poll. It wasn’t even close with 81.6 percent of Free Republic’s registered members choosing Sarah over a large field of contenders for the GOP nod. Mike Pence came in second with 7.3 percent. Mike Huckabee and Rudy Giuliani received no votes from the Freepers.

Free Republic is a group of roughly 300,000 Conservative activists nationwide, with their website getting about 1 million hits a day.

While this polling is in no way scientific, it’s a good judge of where people’s heads are at when it comes to who they want to see as the Republican nominee in 2012. And with these numbers, there is little doubt of who that is.

Here’s the complete run down:

Palin 81.6%

Pence 7.3%

Cain 4.8%

Bachman 2.1%

Barbour 1.5%

Gingrich .76%

Pawlenty .6%

Daniels .6%

Romney .6%

Santorum .14%

Giuliani and Huckabee had no votes

For more information, check out Free Republic here.

Photo courtesy Free Republic

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