Eric Dienstfrey | September 10, 2007
A new SurveyUSA automated survey of 2,100 adults in California (conducted 9/7 through 9/9) finds:
- Among 509 likely Republican primary voters asked to choose between four candidates, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani edges out former Sen. Fred Thompson (28% to 26%) in a statewide primary; Sen. John McCain trails at 18%, former Gov. Mitt Romney at 14%.
- Among 765 likely Democratic primary voters asked to choose between three candidates, Sen. Hillary Clinton (at 51%) leads Sen. Barack Obama (27%) and former Sen. John Edwards (14%) in a statewide primary.
- "Thompson runs 2nd today overall, at 26%, up 7 points from SurveyUSA's August tracking poll. Giuliani had led by 20 points in August, leads by 2 points today."
View all California Primary poll data at Pollster.com: