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POLL: Newsweek National Survey


A new Newsweek/PSRA national survey (story, results) of registered voters (conducted 2/28 through 3/1) finds:

  • 31% approve of the way Bush is handling his job as president; 61% disapprove.
  • Two-way presidential general election match-ups pitting, variously, Republicans Rudy Giuliani and John McCain against Democrats Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama and John Edwards all produce results within the margin of sampling error.
  • In a two-way Republican primary, Giuliani leads McCain 59% to 34% among registered Republicans and Republican leaners; among social conservatives, Giuliani leads McCain 61% to 31%.

 

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