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recxjake
05-29-2007, 03:23 PM
New ARG #'s: IA, NH, SC
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Poll dump from ARG today:

Iowa
Republicans
McCain 25 (-1 versus last poll taken 4/27-4/30)
Giuliani 23 (+4)
Romney 16 (+2)
Gingrich 8 (nc)
F. Thompson 6 (-7)
Undecided 10 (-3)

Romney's lead in the RCP Average for Iowa is now down to 1.2%.

Democrats
Clinton 31 (+8 versus last poll taken 4/27-4/30)
Edwards 25 (-2)
Obama 11 (-8)
Richardson 9 (+3)
Undecided 14 (-2)

Edwards' lead in the RCP Avg for Iowa is now +3.0%.

New Hampshire
Republicans
McCain 30 (+1 versus last poll taken 4/26-4/29)
Romney 23 (-1)
Giuliani 21 (+4)
Gingrich 4 (nc)
F. Thompson 3 (-4)
Undecided 16 (+2)

Romney now leads in the RCP Avg for New Hampshire by 6.3%.

Democrats
Clinton 34 (-3 versus last poll taken 4/26-4/29)
Edwards 18 (-8)
Obama 15 (+1)
Richardson 9 (+6)
Undecided 14 (-1)

Clinton leads by 12.3% in the new RCP Avg for New Hampshire.

South Carolina
Republicans
McCain 32 (-4 versus last poll taken 4/26-4/29)
Giuliani 23 (nc)
F. Thompson 13 (+3)
Romney 10 (+4)
Gingrich 6 (nc)
Undecided 11 (-1)

McCain maintains a 4.0% lead in the RCP Avg for South Carolina.

Democrats
Clinton 34 (-2 versus last poll taken 4/26-4/29)
Edwards 30 (+12)
Obama 18 (-6)
Undecided 11 (-2)

Clinton leads by 5.8% in the RCP Avg for South Carolina.




Poll Alert: Rasmussen GOP National Primary
Here is the latest Rasmussen GOP update:

Giuliani 25
Romney 16
McCain 15
Thompson 12

This week, Giuliani is followed by Romney at 16%, McCain at 15%, and former Tennessee Senator Fred Thompson at 12%. While Romney’s one-point edge over McCain is statistically insignificant, it’s worth noting that McCain had a six-point advantage over Romney just two weeks ago.

recxjake
05-29-2007, 03:24 PM
Obama down 8 points in Iowa since the last poll.... wow.

Jenson71
05-29-2007, 03:26 PM
Wasn't Romney at 30 in Iowa just 2 weeks ago?

recxjake
05-29-2007, 03:28 PM
Wasn't Romney at 30 in Iowa just 2 weeks ago?

That was in the DSM Register poll, it was a fluke.... the safest way to look at the polls is to look at the www.realclearpolitics.com poll averages.

recxjake
05-29-2007, 03:29 PM
I'm also suprised that F. Thompson dropped so much in Iowa.... I think it really hurt him to stay out for so long.