Ron Paul Really 3% Higher in the Polls Says Analyst

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Based on the demographic information of the typical Ron Paul supporter, analyst claims that Ron Paul's support could be 3% higher than actually polled.

The latest polls show that Ron Paul is barely registering any kind of support but an analyst from offers a different perspective. Proloy explains that because Ron Paul's base is younger; they may not be correctly represented in the polls.

The web site did not find a big disparity between the percentages of the youth that are likely to vote and those that are polled but as Proloy says "It is not sufficient enough to match up percentages. There is a large number of students away from home in college, many youth do not use a landline, and many voters that were previously disenfranchised with the political process that are likely to flock to Ron Paul."

The web site suggest that as interest in the 2008 election grows and voters go to the Internet, Ron Paul will hold the advantage because of his large amount of Internet support. is a centralized location for all of the latest national and state polls and is one of the most visited websites of its kind according to Quantcast Internet ratings.

For more on Ron Paul's natural boost, go to

To see how Ron Paul has done in all the national and state polls, go to


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