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POLL: Gallup 08 Primary


A new Gallup national survey (2008 results; McCain results) of 1,001 adults (conducted 7/12 through 7/15) finds:

  • Among 417 Republicans, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani leads former Sen. Fred Thompson (30% to 20%) in a national primary; Sen. John McCain trails at 16%, former Speaker Mitt Romney at 8%.
  • Among 483 Democrats, Sen. Hillary Clinton leads Sen. Barack Obama 34% to 25% in a national primary; former V.P. Al Gore trilas at 16%, former Sen. John Edwards at 9%. Without Gore, Clinton leads Obama 40% to 28%
  • "If McCain were to withdraw from the race for the Republican presidential nomination -- something he claims to have no intention of doing -- frontrunner Giuliani's position would be strengthened, with Fred Thompson and Mitt Romney continuing to run far behind."
  • If from the last four Gallup surveys (from June and July) votes for McCain were reallocated to second-choice candidates, Giuliani would lead Thompson 38% to 19%. If McCain were included, Giuliani would lead Thompson 30% to 17%.

 

Comments
John:

My vote is for McCain and supprised how my fellow Americans have jumped ship or have not seen the honesty over any other candidate that I have ever been able to read over all my years.
Good luck to us all.

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Paul:

Compared to Gallup from May, Thompson (now second) is up 8 and McCain (now third) down 7, Giuliani (still first) and Romney (still fourth) no change. On the Democratic, side no change: Clinton ahead of Obama by about 10 points.

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