A little criticism can’t bring Herman Cain down. Despite weeks of mudslinging against his 9-9-9 tax plan—and a harassment scandal that broke as the national poll from Quinnipiac was being compiled—Cain still leads the GOP field. In the survey of Republican voters, Cain receives 30 percent of support, well ahead of Mitt Romney at 23 percent. Even better for Cain is his favorability rating—82 percent find him likable, while only 5 percent do not. Meanwhile, a woman who accused him of harassment at the National Restaurant Association is threatening to tell her story.