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POLL: Quinnipiac FL/OH/PA Surveys


Three new Quinnipiac University statewide surveys of 1,125 registered voters in Florida, 1,281 voters in Ohio, and 1,134 voters in Pennsylvania (conducted 2/25 through 3/4) find:

  • Sen. Hillary Clinton leads the Democratic primary field by 25 points in Florida, 13 points in Ohio and 11 points in Pennsylvania. Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani leads the Republican primary field by 20 points in Florida, 17 points in Ohio, and 26 points in Pennsylvania.
  • In separate two-way general election match-ups, Giuliani leads Clinton, Sen. Barack Obama, and former Sen. John Edwards in Pennsylvania and leads Obama and Edwards in Florida. Match-ups pitting Giuliani against Clinton in Florida and against the three democratic candidates in Ohio are all within the margin of sampling error.
  • Sen. John McCain leads Clinton, Edwards, and Obama in Pennsylvania, while he trails Edwards by seven points in Ohio. Match-ups pitting McCain against Clinton, Edwards, and Obama in Florida and against Obama and Clinton in Ohio are all within the margin of sampling error.

 

Comments
mikelow:

It looks like Republicans were oversampled in Pennsylvania and Democrats slight oversampled on Ohio.

Whatever, this isn't good for Dems in 2008. Who's their best candidate? Gore? I'm not sure. It also shows the Dems haven't closed the leadership gap--that's why Rudy runs so strong right now.

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