From Fox News Latino:
Some political experts, however, believe that while Perry's fight against the Democrats in Texas may raise his popularity, it may not be enough. "It won't hurt," political scientist Louis DeSipio of the University of California, Irvine, told Fox News Latino. "It feeds into the message among GOP primary voters that 'the Democrats are out to get us.' And it helps in a primary field where you have a lot of iconoclastic conservatives, having that image of fighting Democrats." That said, DeSipio noted, Perry would still need to overcome the 2012 image of himself as bumbling and looking unsure during the primary debates.

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