Guess The Three GOP Candidates That Have Less Than 1% Support In Iowa Poll

Shamelessness is not restricted to progressive politicians.

A recent Iowa poll found that South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham and former Governors George Pataki and Jim Gilmore from New York and Virginia, respectively, scored less than one percent support in the state.

Former Senator Rick Santorum of Pennsylvania, who narrowly beat eventual nominee Mitt Romney in the 2012 caucuses, is backed by just 1 percent, the same level of support recorded by former Texas Governor Rick Perry, who is also struggling in his second White House bid even amid heavy spending in Iowa on the part of a super political action committee backing him.

Senator Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, former New York Governor George Pataki and former Virginia Governor Jim Gilmore all recorded support of less than 1 percent.

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The poll found Trump leading the GOP candidates in Iowa with 23 percent followed by Dr. Ben Carson with 18 percent and Senator Ted Cruz with 8 percent.

It’s time for the bottom polling candidates to ignore their ego boosting consultants and look in the mirror.


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