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POLL: NBC/WSJ National Survey


A new NBC News/Wall Street Journal national survey (NBC story, results; WSJ story, results) of 1,002 adults (conducted 9/7 through 9/10) finds:

  • 33% approve of the job George Bush is doing as president; 61% disapprove.
  • 23% approve of the job Congress is doing; 65% disapprove.
  • Among registered Democrats and those likely to vote in the Democratic primary, Sen. Hillary Clinton (at 44%) leads Sen. Barack Obama (23%) and former Sen. John Edwards (16%) in a national primary. All other candidates receive less than five percent each.
  • Among registered Republicans and those likely to vote in the Republican primary; former Mayor Rudy Giuliani narrowly leads former Sen. Fred Thompson (32% to 26%) in a national primary; Sen. John McCain trails at 14%, former Gov. Mitt Romney at 11%. All other candidates receives less than five percent each.
  • General election match-ups:

    Romney 38%, Clinton 51%
    Romney 34%, Obama 51%
    Thompson 38%, Obama 47%
    Thompson 41%, Clinton 50%
    Giuliani 42%, Clinton 49%
    Huckabee 36%, Clinton 50%

* Errors corrected.

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Comments
Tlaloc:

I think there is a type you have two Thompson vs. Clinton listings, one is probably supposed to be Thompson vs. Obama.

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