Eric Dienstfrey | September 30, 2007
- Among all registered Democrats (+/- 5% margin of sampling error), Sen. Hillary Clinton narrowly leads Sen. Barack Obama (31% to 25%) with former Sen. Edwards at 21% and Gov. Bill Richardson at 6%. Among likely Democratic caucus-goers (+/- 7% margin of sampling error), Obama edges out Clinton (28% to 24%); Edwards runs at 22%, Richardson at 10%, and Sen. Joe Biden at 5%.
- Among all registered Republicans (+/- 6% margin of sampling error), former Gov. Mitt Romney runs at 25%, former Sen. Fred Thompson at 16%, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani at 15%, Sen. John McCain at 7%, and former Gov. Mike Huckabee at 6%. Among likely Republican caucus-goers (+/- 9% margin of sampling error), Romney narrowly leads Thompson (24% to16%) while Giuliani trails at 13%, Huckabee at 12%, McCain at 9%, and Rep. Ron Paul at 5%.
- All other candidates receive less than five percent each.