Eric Dienstfrey | December 19, 2007
Two new Rasmussen Reports automated surveys of likely primary voters/caucus participants in Iowa and New Hampshire (Iowa conducted 12/17, New Hampshire conducted 12/18) finds:
- Among 496 likely Republican caucus participants in Iowa, former Gov. Mike Huckabee runs at 28%, former Gov. Mitt Romney at 27%, Sen. John McCain at 14%, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani and former Sen. Fred Thompson both at 8%, Rep. Ron Paul at 6%.
- Among an unknown number of likely Republican primary voters in New Hampshire, Romney runs at 31%, McCain at 27%, Giuliani at 13%, Huckabee at 11%, Paul at 7%.
- Among 791 likely Democratic primary voters in New Hampshire, Sen. Hillary Clinton runs at 31%, Sen. Barack Obama at 28%, former Sen. John Edwards at 18%, former Gov. Bill Richardson at 8%.
- All other candidates receive less than five percent each. The margin of sampling error is 4% for Republican caucus participants in Iowa, 3% for likely Republican primary voters in New Hampshire, and 4% for likely Democratic primary voters in New Hampshire.