Ron Paul Gets Least Amount of Time at CNBC Debate

Dearborn, MI 10/11/2007 11:22 AM GMT (TransWorldNews)

USAElectionPolls.com parsed through the transcripts at the CNBC Republican debate October 9th, 2007 and found that of all the candidates, Ron Paul got the least amount of time to speak.

Mitt Romney had almost four times the amount of time to speak than did Ron Paul.

Candidates like Sam Brownback, Duncan Hunter, and Tom Tancredo are performing worse in state polls, national polls, fundraising and straw polls yet had more time to speak.

USAElectionPolls.com asks the question, "A candidate that raised $5 million dollars, won 14 straw polls, and is at or above the margin of error in 8 states only had 5.8% of the time to speak at the latest debate?"

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