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Daily Rasmussen: Huckabee Leads; Clinton Down

New numbers from Rasmussen on the nomination and Arkansas general election.

Republicans

Mike Huckabee: 20%
Rudy Giuliani: 17%
John McCain: 13%
Mitt Romney: 13%
Fred Thompson: 10%
Ron Paul: 7%

What used to be an orderly succession has turned into a confused and crazed nomination where anything goes and anyone could win.

Democrats

Hillary Clinton: 34%
Barack Obama: 24%
John Edwards: 16%
Bill Richardson: 7%

Clinton’s lead has fallen dramatically from her highs. She once polled at 49% in October, but has shaved off 15 points. What is interesting, since that point, neither Obama or Edwards have increased their lead, which means most of those that once supported Clinton are now undecided.

Arkansas General Election

Hillary Clinton: 49%
Rudy Giuliani: 35%

Hillary Clinton: 48%
Mitt Romney: 34%

Hillary Clinton: 42%
Mike Huckabee: 48%

Barack Obama: 42%
Rudy Giuliani: 39%

Barack Obama: 35%
Mike Huckabee: 54%

Hillary has a clear advantage lead both Giuliani and Romney by large margins while losing to Huckabee by six points. Obama also loses to Huckabee by a larger margin but wins Arkansas against Giuliani by three points. Still within the margin of error. Clinton is viewed favorably by 50% of Arkansas voters and unfavorably by 49%. Huckabee is viewed favorably by 66% of voters and unfavorably by 31%. Giuliani is viewed favorably by 42% and unfavorably by 53%. Obama is viewed favorably by 45% of voters and unfavorably by 52%. Romney is viewed favorably by 31% of voters and unfavorably by 61%.

Categories: Barack Obama, Democrats, Hillary Clinton, John McCain, Other Politics, RepublicanPosted on: 5th December 2007 by: admin
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