Eric Dienstfrey | March 26, 2007
A new USA Today/Gallup national survey of 1,007 adults (conducted 3/23 through 3/25) finds:
- By 2-1 (58% to 29%), Americans "support the decision of former North Carolina senator John Edwards to stay in the Democratic presidential race even though his wife, Elizabeth, has been diagnosed with a recurrence of breast cancer."
- Among Democrats, Sen. Hillary Clinton (at 35%) leads Sen. Barack Obama (22%), former V.P. Al Gore (17%) and Edwards (14%) in a national Democratic primary.
- Among Republicans, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani (at 31%) leads Sen. John McCain (22%), former Sen. Fred Thompson (12%), and former Speaker Newt Gingrich (8%) in a national Republican primary.
UPDATE: Full results now available.