Eric Dienstfrey | June 4, 2007
Two new Public Policy Polling (D) automated surveys of likely caucus goers in Iowa (conducted 5/30; press release 6/4) and likely primary voters in South Carolina (conducted 5/31; press release 6/4) find:
- Among 1,238 Democrats in Iowa, former Sen. John Edwards (at 31%) leads both Sen. Hillary Clinton and Sen. Barack Obama (both at 17%) in a statewide caucus.
- Among 774 Republicans in Iowa, former Gov. Mitt Romney (at 31%) leads former Sen. Fred Thompson (15%), former Speaker Newt Gingrich (10%), Sen. John McCain (9%), and former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (8%) in a statewide caucus.
- Among 531 Democrats in South Carolina, Obama edges out Clinton (34% to 31%) in a statewide primary; Edwards trails at 15%.
- Among 630 Republicans in South Carolina, Thompson (at 27%) leads Romney (16%), McCain (15%), Giuliani (14%), and Gingrich (11%) in a statewide primary.
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