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Daily Roundup 1.18.07


  • A new Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg poll shows "the public opposes Bush's decision to dispatch 21,500 additional troops by a margin of 60 percent to 36 percent." Additionally, 43% of independents are "less likely" to support Sen. John McCain for president knowing he supports Bush's decision (story, results).

  • Zogby International released telephone survey results for Democratic and Republican contests in both Iowa and New Hampshire.

  • A new Gallup Poll national survey finds Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton leads Sen. Barack Obama for the Democratic nomination (29% to 18%), and former mayor Rudy Giuliani leads Sen. John McCain for the Republican nomination (31% to 27%). The same survey also finds 60% of Republicans have no opinion of former Gov. Mitt Romney.

  • A new Rasmussen Reports automated survey finds "56% of American voters favor reducing the number of U.S. troops in Iraq--exactly the same percentage who held that view before the President's speech."

  • Additional analysis from last week's Rasmussen Reports national automated survey (of 454 Republicans) finds former Mayor Rudy Giuliani running 8 points ahead of Sen. John McCain (28% to 20%) for the Republican nomination (note the survey of 454 Republicans has a reported margin of error of +/- 5).

 

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