Mike Huckabee Can Challenge Mitt Romney for Iowa Say Analysts

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Mitt Romney is leading all the Iowa polls but Iowans may shift towards Mike Huckabee.

Iowa voters want to vote for Mike Huckabee says the polling analysts at Election2008Polls.com. They arrive at this conclusion because Huckabee's poll numbers peak after every televised national debate. The poll numbers come down according to the website because "his lower tiered status and aura of 'can't win' precludes them from voting for him even though they may want to".

Due to his strong second place finish at the Iowa Straw Poll, voters in Iowa will no longer question his viability and will no longer feel shy to choose him as their top candidate in the race.

Many have questioned whether or not Mitt Romney can win the general election because he is a Mormon, same questions do not arise of Mike Huckabee who is a former Baptist pastor. Romney is a businessman.

The web site details several reasons they feel Huckabee will surge into the mid-teens in support. They say that by doing so, Huckabee could challenge Romney for Iowa.

Online bloggers are impressed with the research done by Election2008Polls.com. Howard writes "What a wonderful article. Informative, insightful and gives the 'big picture'." Joe says "Excellent and insightful analysis. I have had some thoughts along those lines following Ames, but this statistical and analytical explanation really nails it. Great job."

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