A March 28 poll of 404 "likely" GOP caucus-goers showed 25% support for Giuliani, folllowed by MCain at 19%, Romney at 17%, and Fred Thompson at 7%. The last poll, in January, had Rudy over McCain 19 to 17%. Since then Rudy has picked up 6 points to McCain's two. More interesting, Newt polled 13% in January and doesn't show any measurable support now. Oh, Newt, we hardly knew ye. . . .
New Poll Puts Edwards, Hillary, and Obama in Iowa Horserace.
Zogby's latest survey of Democratic caucus goers makes it a three-way, with Edwards maintaining his lead and the same 27% he had in the January Poll. But Hillary has "surged" up 9 points from her January showing to land at 25%. Obama, who took second place in January by one-point, comes in third this time at 23% support from the 506 caucus-goers interviewed on March 26. Everyone else is in single digits, althoug Bill Richardson tripled his showing -- moving up to 3% from the one point he polled in January.
Hillary Widens Pennsylvania Primary Lead Over Obama.
Yesterday's Quinnipiac release gives Hillary 36% support over Obama's 17% among Pennsylvania Democrats. A few weeks ago, Hillary polled 29% to Obama's 18 points in the same poll.
Quinnipiac Poll Shows Republicans Besting Dem Candidates in General Election Matchups.
In general election matchups, Rudy Giuliani beats the Dems:
- 46 - 42 percent over Clinton
- 46 - 39 percent over Obama
- 48 - 39 percent over Edwards
- Clinton gets 44 percent for 43 percent for McCain
- Clinton tops Romney 49 - 35 percent
- McCain ties Obama 42 - 42 percent
- McCain gets 42 percent to Edwards 41 percent
- Obama beats Romney 48 - 29 percent
- Edwards beats Romney 50 - 28 percent
A Quinnipiac University March 29 poll of Republicans in Pennsylvania finds Rudy way out in front of McCain 33 to 18%. No one else is out of single digits.
In Ohio, Hillary Leads Dems, Rudy Leads Republicans, and Dems Beat the GOP.
Quinnipiac's March 22 poll in Ohio gives Hillary the lead in the Democratic primary contest, 32% to 22% over second-place Obama. Dennis Kucinich polls at 3% in his home state.
Among Republicans, Rudy bests McCain 31 to 20%.
In general election matchups, the Hillary and Obama either tie or beat each of the potential GOP nominees.
National Poll Puts Hillary and Rudy Ahead in The Nomination Race.
A national survey of 432 Democrats and 376 Republicans, taken earlier this week by Zogby, gives Hillary a ten-point edge over Obama, 32 to 22%, with John Edwards the only other Dem pulling double digits at 13.%
Over on the GOP side, Rudy is a 14-point favorite over McCain, 27 to 13%.
Strategic Vision PA Poll -- Hillary and Rudy at Top 'o their Heaps.
The latest SV poll of 1200 likely Pennsylvania voters shows Hillary atop the Democratic list with 35% support, Obama next at 25%, and Edwards in third with 13%.
Among Pennsylvania Republicans, the poll shows Rudy over McCain 45 to 20%.
Rasmussen's Latest GOP Survey: Rudy over McCain 35 to 15%.
Rasmussen Dem Poll: Hillary 37%; Obama 25%; Edwards 17%.
Pew Poll, Hillary & Rudy With Narrow Leads.
In a recent national poll of 1246 registered voters, Hillary maintained a slight lead over Obama, 24 to 23%, with John Edwards and Al Gore showing up in double digits as well.
On the Republican side, the Pew poll put Rudy over McCain 28 to 25%.
FOX Noise Polls.
Released today, R v D:
- Rudy over Hillary, 45-44%
- Obama ties Rudy, 43-43%
- McCain>Hillary, 47-43%
On the Democratic side, they have Hillary at 36%, Obama 18%, Edwards 14%, Gore 13%
Gallup National Surveys Give Rudy & Hillary Strong Leads.
In a recent national poll of Republicans and R-leaning independents, Rudy tops McCain 54 to 39%; among Dems and lefty independents, Hillary beats Obama 56 to 39%.
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