The State Column 
Friday, May 27, 2011
Texas Rep. Ron Paul is performing well in the latest CNN poll of potential Republican primary voters.
Mr. Paul, who declared his candidacy for president last week, took second in a CNN/WMUR poll released by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center, which shows former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney favored by 32 percent of likely Republican primary voters.
Mr. Paul took second with 9 percent support.
The CNN poll is the second poll in as many weeks to find support for a Paul candidacy. An earlier CNN poll showed Mr. Paul leading amongst Republican voters.
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