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The Tote Board may have acquired a severe case of campaign fatigue because, for once, we agree with Bill Kristol .
Tonight's GOP debate is important -- and to a lesser extent, so is
tomorrow's Democratic face-off -- both because it's crunch...
This morning's latest numbers from the respected Des Moines Register poll, which voters in Iowa pay attention to: Obama: 28 Clinton: 25 Edwards: 23 Huckabee 29 Romney: 24 Giuliani: 13 The signficance: -- Romney is in trouble in Iowa. That isn't...
This week's Tote Board column wonders why none of the other candidates has spoken out forcefully to defend Mitt Romney against religious prejudice.
More good news for Mike Huckabee: In a national Rasmussen matchup with Hillary, he only trails by 3%, 46%-43%. The good news here is that only several weeks ago, Rasmussen didn't
have Giuliani doing that much better -- he was ahead of Hillary by 2...
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
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...
It seems to be an early axiom of this race that the candidates in third are running the bulk of the early ads. That kind of makes sense: They are the ones who need to break into the top tier and face a do-or-die early test in either Iowa, New Hampshire...