When I got to my computer this morning, I didn’t expect to be posting about two presidential polls today. The first one, already posted, was about New Hampshire. This one is about Iowa. Here is the basic information about the poll: Voter/Consumer Research conducted the poll by telephone interviews between the dates of June 26th and June 30th.  It has a sample size of 500 likely caucus goers, and has a margin of error of ± 4.4 percent. Dr. Jan van Lohuizen, an expert in the field of public policy and public opinion research, founded Voter/Consumer Research.  Dr. van Lohuizen was President George W. Bush’s primary pollster and has provided his services to a number of political candidates, corporations, and various think tanks.  This is the third Iowa poll Dr. van Lohuizen has conducted for TheIowaRepublican.com. The results: Bachmann 25% Romney 21% Pawlenty 9% Cain 8% Paul 6% Santorum 2% Hunstman 1% Favorable/Unfavorable: Bachman 65/11 Romney 62/25 Pawlenty 60/12 Cain 54/12 Paul 49/37 Gingrich 38/52 Santorum 45/13 Huntsman 14/26 * * * * As many readers know, Bachmann is a native Iowan. It is not suprising that she is in the lead. Romney has already decided to skip the Iowa straw poll.