Eric Dienstfrey | November 30, 2007
Three new American Research Group statewide surveys of likely voters in Iowa, New Hampshire, and South Carolina (conducted 11/26 through 11/29) finds:
- Among 600 Democrats in Iowa, Sen. Barack Obama edges out Sen. Hillary Clinton (27% to 25%) in a statewide caucus; Sen. John Edwards trails at 23%, Sen. Joe Biden at 8%. Among 600 Republicans, former Gov. Mitt Romney narrowly leads former Gov. Mike Huckabee (28% to 27%); former Sen. Fred Thompson trails at 14%, Sen. John McCain and former Mayor Rudy Giuliani both at 9%.
- Among 600 Democrats in New Hampshire, Clinton leads Obama (34% to 23%) in a statewide primary; Edwards trails at 17%. Among 600 Republicnas, Romney leads Giuliani (36% to 22%); Huckabee trails at 13%, McCain at 11%.
- Among 600 Democrats in South Carolina, Clinton leads Obama 45% to 21% while Edwards trails at 12%, Biden at 6%. Among 600 Republicans, Giuliani narrowly leads Romney (23% to 21%) while Huckabee trails at 18%, Thompson at 13%, McCain at 10%.
- All other candidates receive less than five percent each.