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POLL: Fox National Survey


A new Fox News/Opinion Dynamics national survey (story, results) of 900 registered voters (conducted 4/17 through 4/18) finds:

  • 38% approve of the job Bush is doing as president; 54% disapprove.
  • Among Democrats asked to choose between three candidates, Sen. Hillary Clinton runs at 31%, Sen. Barack Obama at 27%, and former Sen. John Edwards at 23% in a national primary. In a trial heat of all Democratic candidates, Clinton leads Obama 41% to 20%, while former V.P. Al Gore and Edwards trail with 16% and 12% respectively.
  • Among Republicans, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (at 35%) leads Sen. John McCain (16%), former Gov. Mitt Romney (10%), former Speaker Newt Gingrich (9%), and former Sen. Fred Thompson (8%) in a national primary.

 

Comments
Brian Straw:

Something seems wrong... how does Clinton lose support when there are fewer candidates included in the question? She lost 10 points. There seems to fundamentally be something wrong with that. I haven't seen that in any of the other polls this year.

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emcee fleshy:

Brian: looks weird to me, too.

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