Eric Dienstfrey | August 20, 2007
A new Gallup national survey of 1,019 adults (conducted 8/13 through 8/16) finds:
- Among Republicans and those who lean Republican, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (at 32%) leads former Sen. Fred. Thompson (19%), former Gov. Mitt Romney (14%), and Sen. John McCain (11%) in a national primary. All other candidates receive less than 5% each.
- "Romney's favorable rating has jumped from 22% to 33% over the past two weeks, while his unfavorable rating has fallen from 31% to 24%."