A new Cook Political Report/RT Strategies survey shows Sen. Hillary Clinton has widened her lead over Sen. Barack Obama to 20 points, 43% to 23%. John Edwards places third with 10% and Gov. Bill Richardson is fourth with five percent.
For Republicans, Rudy Giuliani moved up six points to 28%, while Sen. John McCain dropped four points, to 17%. Fred Thompson is third with 15% and Mitt Romney is fourth with 8%.
Nice to see Hill with a 20 point lead. Nice to see Romney so far behind.
A new American Research Group survey in Missouri finds Sen. Hillary Clinton leading the Democratic presidential race with 40%, followed by John Edwards at 22% and Sen. Barack Obama at 15%.
On the GOP side, Rudy Giuliani leads with 23%, followed by Fred Thompson at 22%, Sen. John McCain at 14%, Mitt Romney at 11% and Newt Gingrich at 10%.
Obama is in third there! Ouch. Maybe John Edwards isn't as far behind Obama as people think.
A new American Research group poll in Georgia shows Sen. Hillary Clinton leading the Democratic presidential race with 35%, followed by Sen. Barack Obama at 25% and John Edwards at 17%.
In the Republican race, Fred Thompson leads with 27%, followed by Rudy Giuliani at 20%, Mitt Romney at 14%, Newt Gingrich at 13% and Sen. John McCain at 7%.
Solid 10 point lead in Georgia for Hillary is fine by me. Pretty close race there.
In yet another sign of Sen. Hillary Clinton's momentum in the 2008 Democratic presidential race, a new Public Policy Polling survey shows her tied with John Edwards in his home state of North Carolina. Clinton and Edwards each get 29% support, with Sen.Barack Obama trailing at 23%.
In the GOP race, Fred Thompson leads with 30%, followed by Rudy Giuliani at 20%, Mitt Romney at 12% and Sen. John McCain at 7%.
Hillary ties John Edwards...BUT...it's his home state. The momentum increases.
Not to mention the two polls I posted earlier.
Thank you Political Wire.