Why haven't polling numbers changed for 2012 Presidention candidates since November 2010>
Betwee polls conducted in November 2010 and May 2011 the polling numbers for each of the Conservative candidates for President in 2012, save two, have not changed by more than 3%. Only Newt Gingrich, he went down, and Ron Paul, he went up, changed more than 3 percentage points.
All the numbers don't count until the candidates enter and debate in the coming months. The Republicans have a highly secret candidate that will emerge out of no where.
The Dems are hoping that Obama will be around at election time.
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