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POLL: McLaughlin (R)/Hart (D) Iowa Rep Caucus


A new statewide survey of 500 past Republican caucus attendees or new registrants who say they are likely to attend a Republican presidential caucus in Iowa (conducted 8/20 through 8/21) sponsored by One Vote 08 and conducted by McLaughlin & Associates (R) / Hart Research (D) finds former Gov. Mitt Romney leads former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (35% to 12%) in a statewide caucus; former Gov. Mike Huckabee and former Sen. Fred Thompson both trails at 11%, Rep. Tom Tancredo at 9%, Sen. John McCain at 7%. All other candidates receive less than 5% each.

View all Iowa Caucus poll data at Pollster.com:

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Comments
zogby:

zogby,

Thanks for explain the reason for different Iowa polling results, especially on the democratic side. Can you explain the metholody of Zogby's IA poll. Thanks.

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Paul:

In the most recent Iowa polls from ARG, SV-R, ZOG, UI and Hart, Romney is clearly 1st and Giuliani 2nd. Huckabee has caught Thompson for 3rd or 4th and McCain is now last, given Huckabee's move after the straw poll.

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Till:

Any consideration of including Huckabee in the charts? The GOP side would start getting a bit crowded, but he's in roughly the same position as Richardson.

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Adam:

I second Till's comment, and I would nominate Newt for removal if it gets too crowded. Huckabee seems to be outpolling him in most of the states at this point, and it seems unlikely that Newt will make much more noise.

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