Poll: most republicans happy with GOP field
WASHINGTON — After grousing for months, Republicans are growing more satisfied with their choices for president and, so far, they like what they're hearing from the newest candidate, Texas Gov. Rick Perry.
An Associated Press-GfK poll released Friday found that two-thirds of Republicans and GOP-leaning independents are pleased with the party's presidential field, compared with just half in June.
And they're paying more attention, with 52 percent expressing a "great deal" of interest in the GOP nomination fight - compared with 39 percent earlier this summer - after a period that saw Perry enter the race and Michele Bachmann win a test vote in Iowa, the lead-off caucus state, threatening Mitt Romney's standing at the top of the pack.
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