Eric Dienstfrey | March 14, 2007
Additional results from a recent CNN/Opinion Research Corporation national survey of 1,027 adults (conducted 3/9 through 3/11) finds:
- Among 447 registered Democrats, Sen. Hillary Clinton (at 37%) leads Sen. Barack Obama (22%), former V.P. Al Gore (14%) and former Sen. John Edwards (12%) in a national Democratic primary.
- Without Gore running, Clinton leads Obama 44% to 23%; Edwards trails with 14%.
- 50% of all adults have a favorable opinion of Gore, 49% of Clinton, 44% of Obama, and 42% of Edwards.