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POLL: Siena 2008 New York State Primary/General Elections


A new Siena College statewide survey (analysis, results) of 622 registered voters in New York State (conducted 3/19 through 3/22) finds:

  • Among Democrats, Sen. Hillary Clinton (at 43%) leads former V.P. Al Gore (14%), Sen. Barack Obama (11%), and former Sen. John Edwards (7%) in a Democratic primary.
  • Among Republicans, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (at 48%) leads Sen. John McCain (16%) and former Speaker Newt Gingrich (8%) in a Republican primary.
  • Clinton leads both Giuliani and McCain by more than ten points each in statewide general election match-ups; Obama leads McCain by eight points, but falls within the margin of sampling error of Giuliani.

 

Comments
Chet:

I'm shocked! Can you believe that a Democratic state favors Democratic candidates? And more unbelievable is the fact they prefer their own Democratic Senator. Wow, will wonders ever cease!!

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