January 12th, 2008
06:10 PM ET
2 years ago

Two polls show tight race in Michigan

Romney, McCain, and Huckabee are in a tight race in Michigan.
Romney, McCain, and Huckabee are in a tight race in Michigan.

WASHINGTON (CNN) - Republicans John McCain, Mitt Romney, and Mike Huckabee are in a three-way battle for the top spot in Michigan, two new polls out Saturday suggest.

According to a just released Detroit News poll, McCain holds a statistically insignificant 1 point lead over Mitt Romney there, 27 percent to 26 percent. Huckabee is close behind with 19 percent.

Meanwhile, a new American Research Group poll shows McCain with a 7 point lead over Romney, 34 percent to 27 percent. Huckabee stands at 15 percent in that poll.

Both polls carry a margin of error of plus or minus 4 percentage points.

– CNN Ticker Producer Alexander Mooney


Filed under: John McCain • Mike Huckabee • Mitt Romney
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  1. Janet

    After much study, Mitt Romney is the best for illegal immigration along with Fred Thompson. Tancredo gave his endorcement to Mitt as the best on this issue.

    Mitt has a great health plan that will be from $zero to not over $180 per month for those making largest incomes. He has excellent economic strength and record, and this is what we need, not a political Washington thinker/not doer. If Perot had been elected, his economic strength would have been good for our country, he would have got a lot done. I heard on Fox and Cnn that Mitt has "all the right policies on issues". I believe he will get many things accomplished and will be very good for America! Remember, he is a great family man and has 5 sons who are outstanding....a difficult accomplishment these days.

    January 15, 2008 05:14 am at 5:14 am |
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