Eric Dienstfrey | February 8, 2007
New American Research Group statewide surveys of 600 likely Republican primary voters and 600 likely Democratic primary voters in Maine, Massachusetts, Vermont, and Connecticut (conducted 2/2 through 2/6) finds:
- Among likely Democratic primary voters, Sen. Hillary Clinton leads Sen. Barack Obama in Maine (41% to 17%), Massachusetts (35% to
42%24%), Vermont (37% to 19%), and Connecticut (40% to 10%), while Obama edges out former Sen. John Edwards by a few insignificant points in all four states.
- Among likely Republican primary voters, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani leads Sen. John McCain in Maine (33% to 22%) and in Connecticut (32% to 21%), while McCain and Giuliani are statistically tied in Vermont (30% to 29% respectively). Former Gov. Mitt Romney (at 38%) leads Giuliani (22%) and McCain (20%) in Massachusetts.