Herman Cain Leads Latest GOP Poll

ATLANTA (WAOK)-Latest polls out this week are reporting very good numbers for former Atlanta talk show host Herman Cain. The former Godfather’s Pizza CEO is leading other Republican presidential candidates in at least two polls, one conducted by the Wall Street Journal and the other conducted by Zogby.

A new NBC/Wall Street Journal poll has Cain leading all Republican presidential hopefuls with 27 percent of the prospective primary vote.

In the Zogby poll, conducted between October 3 and October 5 Cain has a 20 percentage point lead among likely Republican primary voters, and with a 2 percentage point lead over President Obama among a representative sample of the adult U.S. voters.

Read more on the rise of Herman Cain here

Not all polls have Cain in the lead however, an Ipsos/Reuter survey puts the ex-fast food CEO just behind Mitt Romney, at 19 percent of the vote to Mr. Romney’s 21 percent.

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  • sircharles19

    As a minister of the gospel faith, Minister Cain is an embarassement to Africian-Americans, and to the zeal of what communication is. Can’t remember if he was in the “Civil Right Era”, confuse about knowing if he was in school or not and told one lie right after another. I would not tell anybody anything if I could not in a conscious mind know where I was or what I was doing! His statements and his overall advice is not forthcoming to any race; even the Republician Party are now understanding what kind of man Minister Cain is; or, should I continue to called him a Minister. I think he needs to really stop talking, regroup and figure out what direction he want to go or should go…because at this rate, I think he thinks he got this whole race in his pocket. He is deceiving himself and his so called party is watching him make a complete fool out of himself. 9-9-9. Nine hours of lies; nine minutes follong himself, and 9 second ging no where!

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