Eric Dienstfrey | May 1, 2007
Three new American Research Group statewide surveys of 600 likely Republican primary voters and 600 likely Democratic primary voters in Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina (conducted 4/27 through 4/30) finds:
- Among Democrats, former Sen. John Edwards edges out Sen. Hillary Clinton (27% to 23%) in Iowa, while Sen. Barack Obama trails at 19%. Clinton leads Edwards (37% to 26%) in New Hampshire, Obama trails at 14%. Clinton leads Obama (36% to 24%) in South Carolina, Edwards trails at 18%.
- Among Republicans, Sen. John McCain leads former Mayor Rudy Giuliani in Iowa (26% to 19%) and South Carolina (36% to 23%); in New Hampshire McCain edges out former Gov. Mitt Romney (29% to 24%), while Giuliani trails at 17%.