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CNN Poll Also Shows Perry's Broad Appeal

HOUSTON, TX - AUGUST 6:   Texas Gov. Rick Perry (L) speaks on stage alongside Rev. C.L. Jackson, of Houston's Pleasant Grove Missionary Baptist Church (C) and Alice Patterson, Texas State Coordinator for The Response USA at the non-denominational prayer and fasting event, entitled "The Response" at Reliant Stadium August 6, 2011 in Houston, Texas. Thousands attended the event organized by Gov. Rick Perry in order to pray for God to help save "a nation in crisis" referring to America.  (Photo by Brandon Thibodeaux/Getty Images)(Brandon Thibodeaux/Getty Images)

August 29, 2011
Among those who did attend college, Perry surges to 31 percent, while Palin sinks to 7 percent. Romney jumps into second place, at 17 percent. Without Palin and Giuliani, Perry leads Romney by identical, 15-point margins among both non-college and college respondents. The CNN/ORC International poll was conducted Aug. 24-25, surveying 467 Republicans. The margin of error is +/- 4.5 percent.
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