Eric Dienstfrey | December 27, 2007
Two new Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg statewide surveys (Times story, results; Bloomberg GOP story, Dem story) of 2,312 adults in Iowa and 1,459 adults in New Hampshire (conducted 12/20 through 12/23 and 12/26) finds:
- Among 580 Democratic caucus goers in Iowa, Sen. Hillary Clinton runs at 29%, Sen. Barack Obama at 26%, and former Sen. John Edwards at 25% in a statewide caucus; Gov. Bill Richardson trails at 6%. Among 389 likely Democratic caucus goers, Clinton runs at 31%, Edwards at 25%, Obama at 22%, Richardson at 7%, and Sen. Joe Biden at 6%.
- Among 310 Republican caucus goers in Iowa, former Gov. Mike Huckabee leads former Gov. Mitt Romney (37% to 23%) in a statewide caucus; Sen. John McCain and former Sen. Fred Thompson trail at 11%, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani trails at 6%. Among 174 likely Republican caucus goers, Huckabee runs at 36%, Romney at 28%, Thompson at 10%, McCain and Giuliani both at 8%.
- Among 519 Democratic primary voters in New Hampshire, Obama runs at 32%, Clinton at 30%, and Edwards at 18% in a statewide primary; Richardson trails at 6%. Among 361 likely Democratic primary voters, Obama runs at 32%, Clinton at 30%, and Edwards at 20%.
- Among 442 Republican primary voters in New Hampshire, Romney leads McCain (34% to 21%) in a statewide primary; Giuliani trails at 14%, Huckabee at 9%, Paul at 6%. Among 318 likely Republican primary voters, Romney leads McCain (34% to 20%); Giuliani trails at 17%, Huckabee at 12%.
- All other candidates receive less than five percent each. The margin of sampling error is 5% for Democratic caucus goers and for likely Democratic caucus goers in Iowa, 6% for Republican caucus goers and 7% for likely Republican caucus goers in Iowa, 4% for Democratic primary voters and 5% for likely Democratic primary voters in New Hampshire, 5% for Republican primary voters and 6% for likely Republican primary voters in New Hampshire.