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Glenn Beck’s media prowess continues to flourish via his new online broadcast network endeavor known as GBTV. He’s drawn an ally of note from CNN. Texas attorney Will Cain, who is already a CNN contributor, has signed on to offer analysis of the 2012 presidential election and other major political events during Mr. Beck’s two-hour, late afternoon show; he’ll also write commentary for, the online news end of things. An interesting aside, though.

Cain will also continue his current position as a CNN contributor,” the network notes, further evidence that hybrid strategic alliances between seeming rivals are becoming the norm among forward-thinking media moguls.


• 23 percent of “likely Iowa Republican Presidential Caucus goers” support Mitt Romney in the 2012 election; 20 percent support Herman Cain.

• 41 percent of Iowa caucus goers who “strongly support the tea party” support Mr. Cain; 7 percent of that group support Mr. Romney.

• 31 percent who “support the tea party” also support Mr. Cain; 15 percent support Mr. Romney.

• 24 percent of conservative GOP caucus goers support Mr. Cain, 21 percent back Mr. Romney.

• 24 percent of evangelical Christian caucus goers support Mr. Cain, 23 percent back Mr. Romney.

• 33 percent of Mr. Cain’s supporters say they “strongly” support him, 20 percent “somewhat” support him.

• 20 percent of Mr. Romney’s supporters “strongly” support him, 31 percent of “somewhat” support him.

• 15 percent of Mr. Cain’s supporters say they “might vote differently” in the future; 37 percent of Mr. Romney’s supporters agree.

Source: NBC News/Marist Poll of 2,836 registered Iowa voters conducted Oct. 3-5.

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