I'm not used to seeing this level of excitement going into a primary election. Look at that! Nearly half of all voters actually like the candidate they're voting for…
More than four in ten of the people who voted for Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum in Tuesday's GOP primary in Illinois "have reservations" about their choice, according to early CBS News exit polls.
Forty-seven percent of Romney voters "strongly" favor their candidate, as do 44 percent of Santorum voters. But 41 percent of Romney voters and 44 percent of Santorum voters say they have concerns about their choice. Another one in ten supporters of each candidate say they dislike the other candidates.
This reminds me of the time that old Mr. Hucker's cat got caught up in a tree, and all the townsfolk couldn't decide if it's be better to use a 20 foot aluminum ladder or a 30 foot zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz…
What happened? Did Romney win yet? Please don't tell me I missed Newt Gingrich's victory speech.
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Tags: Illinois, Mitt Romney, Polls, Primaries, Republicans, Rick Santorum