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Strategic Vision: Huckabee and Obama in the Lead

New numbers from Strategic Vision.

Democrats

Barack Obama 32%
Hillary Clinton 25%
John Edwards 25%
Joseph Biden 5%
Bill Richardson 3%
Chris Dodd 1%
Dennis Kucinich 1%

When making your selection for a presidential candidate, what are you looking for most in the candidate, charisma, experience, or ideology? (Democrats Only)
Ideology 32%
Charisma 28%
Experience 25%
Undecided 15%

The numbers don’t lie, Obama has taken the lead in Iowa, but will he win. I’m never good at predictions, but I have a hunch John Edwards will take the state.

Republicans

Mike Huckabee 27%
Mitt Romney 24%
Rudy Giuliani 13%
Fred Thompson 11%
John McCain 6%
Ron Paul 5%
Tom Tancredo 2%
Duncan Hunter 1%

How important is it for the Republican presidential candidate to be a conservative Republican in the mode of Ronald Reagan, very important, somewhat important, not very important, not important, or undecided? (Republicans Only)
Very Important 52%
Somewhat Important 15%
Not Very Important 5%
Not Important 17%
Undecided 11%

Huckabee moves into the lead with this poll. Huckabee is in the unfortunate position of getting recognized too late in a year-long race. Where Giuliani and Romney has succeeded, fundraising, Huckabee has yet to break a $1 million in one quarter. Can he capitalize on an Iowa win?

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