Eric Dienstfrey | May 3, 2007
A new Quinnipiac University national survey of 1,166 registered voters (conducted 4/25 through 5/1) finds:
- 35% approve of way Bush is handling his job as president; 60% disapprove.
- Among 499 Democrats, Sen. Hillary Clinton (at
38%32%) leads Sen. Barack Obama (18%), former V.P. Al Gore (14%), and former Sen. John Edwards (12%) in a national primary.
- Among 469 Republicans, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (at 27%) leads Sen. John McCain (19%) and former Sen. Fred Thompson (14%) in a national primary; former Gov. Mitt Romney and former Speaker Newt Gingrich trail at 8% each.
- In general election match-ups, Gore trails both Giuliani and McCain, Clinton trails Giuliani but runs within the margin of sampling error of McCain, and Obama runs within the margin of error of both Giuliani and McCain.