POLL: Presidential Primaries, Super Tuesday 2012 – Who Will Win?

Who will win the Super Tuesday primaries? Romney or Santorum? Gingrich or Paul? What do you think about President Obama? Take our poll and let us know.

Tuesday, March 6 is “Super Tuesday” and ten states across the country will be holding primaries or caucuses to help decide the Republican nominee for president in the general election this fall.

Massachusetts, along with Alaska, Georgia, Idaho, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Vermont and Virginia head to the polls.

Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, Former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum, Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and Texas Congressman Ron Paul are all still vying for the Republican nomination.

President Barack Obama is not facing a challenger for the Democratic Party’s nomination, so all eyes will be on the Republicans, as it has been for most of this campaign season.

Super Tuesday is a key date in the race for the nomination, but plenty of states will vote after March 6, including delegate-rich states like New York, Pennsylvania, Illinois and California.

Both parties hold their nominating conventions this summer. The general election is in November 6, 2012.

Take our poll below and share your thoughts in the comments section.

Susannah March 13, 2012 at 04:41 AM
Of course your not Bill..and now you can research the evidence for yourself...everything I just said is true. I am proud to be a liberal social democrat and proud to be from Massachusetts where we have a democrat liberal government in place...and that is why Massachusetts has fared so much better than the rest of the country. Why don't you get informed, get educated. It is so funny how I always know a republican when I see one or hear one because they all start to call you names and don't back up anything they say with anything...Hello, just like the debates. You don't intimidate me and you can't bully me with your insults..I think that you need to google what I said and you will find studies and polls and research backing my statements up. Liberals are more intelligent and more orientated towards the good of all people not just to better themselves - a more evolved person, in other words. Sorry if the truth hurts. I for one an so sick of the republican agenda which is all about name calling and lies and propaganda...the even hate themselves. Oh and also look up the southern red states and find out that they are also called the "welfare states" for good reason....plenty of stats to back what I say up. Just have the guts to find out for yourself. And try and keep your demeaning and insulting comments out of discussion, it only makes you look like someone who can't have a healty debate. Have you ever heard of Tolerance of others opinions??
Patrick March 13, 2012 at 05:24 PM
inliterative? You really are brighter than the rest of us, Susie. You get to make up your own words.
Matt March 13, 2012 at 08:44 PM
Our whole country is becoming a welfare state! And that is what the president wants...As an independent I will vote for the party that loves America and its liberty and supports free enterprise. rather than follow all the unions that say they love America but support the most anti-american president in history. This is going to be a wild election. let the games begin
Bob Havey March 14, 2012 at 05:25 PM
We're becoming an 'Ineptocracy' - a system of government where the least capable to lead are elected by the least capable of producing, and where the members of society least likely to sustain themselves or succeed, are rewarded with goods and services paid for by the confiscated wealth of a diminishing number of producers.
Aaron March 14, 2012 at 06:50 PM
This sounds like part of Obamas platform


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