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As we've noted before, national
polls at this point have little predictive value but they do affect
perceptions on the ground a bit in Iowa and New Hampshire. Thus two new
polls this weekend that show Hillary ahead of Giuliani nationally will
More problems for Hillary: Now Quinnipiac joins Rasmussen in also showing Rudy ahead of her in the national numbers. (McCain is tied with her.) Electability began to become an issue last night -- and we can expect to hear more about it from Hillary's...
Polls obviously don't mean much at
this stage, a year before the election. But if Rudy Giuliani gets the
GOP nod, Democrats should not assume the cakewalk many are currently
assuming. I n the latest Rasmussen match-u p,
Giuliani now leads Clinton...
This week's Tote Board column looks at how the behavior of Independents and voters whose first choice has dropped out of the race could confound the expectations of pollsters when voting actually begins this winter.
It's not much of an exaggeration to say that as swing state Ohio goes, so goes the nation. So it's a bit of a surprise that as unpopular as the current incumbent appears to be, a new Survey USA poll shows Rudy Giuliani leading Hillary Clinton...
Two Quinnipiac polls in the last week from two key states -- Florida and Pennsylvania -- show that if the Republicans want to put forth their strongest candidate in the fall of 2008, Rudy Giuliani is currently their man. Giuliani beats any Democrat in...
It's only one poll and it's still very early. But the latest Des Moines Register poll of likely caucus goers reveals that voters in the first state may be thinking of turning the race upside down. On the GOP side, Mitt Romney has jumped to a double...
Quinnipiac is out with a new set
of polls and it’s good news for the Republicans and very bad news for
Hillary Clinton. What the polls show is that Rudy
Giuliani leads Clinton in the key swing states of Ohio, Pennsylvania,
and Florida, while John McCain...