A new Republican front-runner emerged today in the race for the White House, according to a new Gallup poll. Rick Perry's been in the race for less than two weeks, and he’s already crowding out other presidential contenders. All that anti-science talk certainly makes one stand out.
The poll shows the Texas governor leading the pack at 29 percent, followed by Willard M. Romney at 13 percent, Ron Paul coming in at 13 percent and Michele Bachmann trailing at 10 percent among Republicans and Republican-leaning independents. Out of the current field of candidates, the numbers suggest it pays to push the right-wing envelope, as the moderate Jon Huntsman only clocked in at one percent.