Eric Dienstfrey | June 3, 2007
- Among leaned Democrats, Sen. Hillary Clinton (at 35%) leads Sen. Barack Obama (23%), former V.P. Al Gore (17%), and former Sen. John Edwards (8%) in a national primary. When Gore is excluded, Clinton leads Obama 42% to 27%.
- Among leaned Republicans, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani leads Sen. John McCain (32% to 19%) in a national primary; former Sen. Fred Thompson trails at 11%, former Speaker Newt Gingrich and former Gov. Mitt Romney both trail at 9%.
- 50% of leaned Republicans are "less likely" to vote for Giuliani after being told he "has been a supporter of legal abortion and gay civil unions."