Former Arkansas Governor, Mike Huckabee is gaining grace in the eyes of voters rapidly in South Carolina. In polls taken earlier in July, Huckabee was at an all time low of 3%. The same GOP taken this month in the key southern state of S.C. has hit 24%. As a republican candidate he is riding on the coat tails of Giuliani at a good pace. With Former New York Governor, Rudy Giuliani carrying baggage of a past divorced marriage and scandalous gossip of dressing in drag with him; Huckabee could easily take the lead. The polls on usaelectionpolls.com show that Huckabee is standing at 19.0 (ABC News) and 21 (American Research group and CBS News) on the National average.
You can also see that the state average in North Carolina is high as well at 33.0 while Iowa is 32. Miscellaneous averages show that Huckabee is favored in the northeast at 10.2 as well as the Midwest at 25.8. With good graces across the television screen, mike Huckabee may be rising to the top of the voter’s choice for the 2008 presidential election. At the Iowa Polls Huckabee over shot Romney who was leading in Iowa previously. Christian supporters for Huckabee may be the answer as the underlying concern of Romney being a Mormon is still an issue. No matter the cause of this success in the polls, the reality is that Huckabee is in second place and depending on how the race is run, Huckabee may be our next president.