Eric Dienstfrey | September 6, 2007
A new Public Policy Polling (D) automated survey of likely primary voters in North Carolina (conducted 9/5) finds:
- Among 451 Democrats asked to choose between three candidates, Sen. Hillary Clinton edges out former Sen. John Edwards (30% to 28%) in a statewide primary; Sen. Barack Obama trails at 21%, "a different candidate" at 12%.
- Among 645 Republicans asked to choose between four candidates, former Sen. Fred Thompson leads former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (24% to 16%) in a statewide primary; former Gov. Mitt Romney trails at 13%, Sen. John McCain at 7%, "a different candidates" at 7%.