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POLL: USA Today/Gallup '08 Primary


Additional results from the recent USA Today/Gallup national survey (USA Today story, results; Gallup analysis, video) of 1010 adults (conducted 3/2 through 3/4) finds:

  • Among 424 Republicans and Republican-leaning independents, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani leads Sen. John McCain (44% to 20%) in a national primary; former House Speaker Newt Gingrich and former Gov. Mitt Romney trail with 9% and 8% respectively.
  • Among 482 Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents, Sen. Hillary Clinton (at 36%) leads Sen. Barack Obama (22%) and former Vice President Al Gore (18%) in a national primary. John Edwards trails with 9%.
  • Among all adults, Giuliani has the highest favorable rating (64% to 21%) of the Republican candidates, followed by McCain with a 57% to 25% rating. Of the Democratic candidates, Obama has the highest favorable rating (58% to 18%), followed by Gore with a 55% to 39% rating.

 

Comments
TOM WEBB:

GO AL GORE! Once VP GORE announces his candidacy what will his numbers be? GORE has"the buzz to beat Obama, the substance to supplant Hillary, and enough stature to enter the race late!"

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