Eric Dienstfrey | March 16, 2007
- 32% of Americans approve of the job Bush is doing; 61% disapprove
- Among Democrats, Sen. Hillary Clinton leads Sen. Barack Obama
30% to 23%34% to 26% in a national primary; Gore trails at 13% and Edwards trails at 9%10%. In a three-way match-up, Clinton runs at 37%42%, Obama at 28%31%, and Edwards at 15%17%.
- Among Republicans, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (at 40%) leads Sen. John McCain (20%), former House Speaker Newt Gingrich (10%), and former Gov. Mitt Romney (7%) in a national primary. In a four-way match-up, Giuliani runs at 43%, McCain at 24%, Gingrich at 13%, and Romney at 9%.
- Various general election match-ups pitting either Giuliani or McCain against either Obama or Clinton all show margins that fall within sampling error.
UPDATE: Numbers corrected.