Ron Paul is no 'yo-yo' candidate

Presidential candidate Ron Paul cites his strong communications style for his consistent approval ratings in the GOP race.

Presidential candidate Ron Paul cites his strong communications style for his consistent approval ratings in the GOP race.

The assertion comes despite the fact that Paul has yet to win any primaries. He placed fourth in the most recent primary in South Carolina; took third in Iowa; and second in New Hampshire. He's likely to place third in Florida, the next GOP contest, says a Gallup poll

Paul told Robert Siegel during NPR's All Things Considered that his primary performance has remained steady compared to the other GOP presidential hopefuls.

All I know is that the message is powerful,” he said in response to a question about the viability of his campaign. “The message is well received. Our numbers are growing and we don't go up and down like a yo-yo.”

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