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Republican In Name Only (RINO) Mitt Romney won the GOP Illinois primary yesterday with 47% of the vote. Santorum was second with 35%; Ron Paul won 9% and Newt Gingrich won 8%. In other words, 52% of the voters chose other candidates. Romney only won because the vote was split by three other candidates – and he outspent Rick Santorum 21-1.
Doug Schoen, a Democrat pollster told Newsmax: “His [Romney’s] base was narrow,” Schoen declared in an exclusive interview after the Illinois primary on Tuesday. “It’s just the electorate was more moderate and less evangelical than those in the Southern states.”
Based on exit polls, Romney failed to capture evangelical voters, tea party voters and those making under $100,000 a year.
According to Schoen: “What I think we’re seeing is it’s still a solid majority of Republicans — even in a state like Illinois, where Romney outspent Santorum with the super PAC 21 to 1 — still have voted against the Massachusetts governor.
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