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It's time for Tim Pawlenty to wake up and smell the coffee.

He's not going to become the next President of the United States.

Pawlenty, a Republican from Minnesota, will not even be among those polled in the future by PPP due to the fact he doesn't show up on national data. That's semi-tragic (for him.)

Daily Caller, by Alexis Levinson    Original Article
As a result of Tim Pawlenty’s poor performance in its latest national poll, Public Policy Polling will no longer include the former Minnesota governor on the list of candidates it polls in a direct match-up against President Barack Obama at the state level. Pawlenty will still be included in PPP’s Republican primary polls. PPP is set to release the results of its national poll this week. Teasing those results on Monday, Tom Jensen, PPP’s director, tweeted: “Rick Perry debuts in our national polling at 12%. Will replace Pawlenty in our state level general election polls because T-Paw is now 8th.”