Romney Consolidates Lead In Polls for US Republicans Debate. Mitt Romney has consolidated his lead in the polls before a further TV-debate to the US Republican presidential nomination. In the States of Iowa and New Hampshire, which beginning next year usher in the area code Marathon, Romney left his rivals in a survey for the news channel MSNBC behind it. In New Hampshire, 44% for the ex-Governor of Massachusetts would vote accordingly.
In Iowa, which traditionally keeps the first area code, Romney leads to the field with at least 23 percent according to the survey. To him, Herman Cain followed with 20 percent. The former head of a pizza chain, which has made a name as a commentator in conservative media and close to the tea party movement, was most recently shot to the top in the polls and had replaced the Texas Governor Rick Perry, second place. As reported by AFP.
Before the TV debate on Tuesday evening in New Hampshire, where economic issues should be the focus, attention was focused mainly on Cain’s appearance. Already in September Republican candidates had faced himself in several televised debates.