Huckabee Leads Latest GOP Presidential Poll

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Mike Huckabee ranks atop the GOP presidential field, according to the latest 2012 poll, released Friday afternoon by Fox News.

Fox didn't ask Republicans whom they'd vote for; rather, it asked whether respondents thought the potential candidate in question would make a good president.

Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, and Sarah Palin followed Huckabee. No GOP candidate was thought to make a good president by more than 50 percent of all respondents (including Democrats, Republicans, and independents). Find the list below:

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Directed by Democratic polling firm Anderson Robbins Research and Republican firm Shaw & Company Research, Fox polled 911 registered voters, total, Feb. 7-9. Margin of error was +/- 3 percent. Fox interviewed 345 Republicans; margin of error among Republicans was +/- 5 percent.


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Chris Good is a political reporter for ABC News. He was previously an associate editor at The Atlantic and a reporter for The Hill.

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