New Poll: Wisconsin stays blue, Clinton runs stronger than Obama
by LeftistAddiction, Sat Nov 17, 2007 at 06:40:45 PM EST
Wisconsin has looked uncharacteristically blue in presidential polls of the past few months, and the latest SUSA installment confirms that Democrats has a head-start in the general election. And unlike yesterday's Iowa poll in which Clinton ran significantly behind Obama when matched-up against Republicans, she appears slightly more electable here, one more reminder that electability is very hard to determine among Democrats.
Full poll numbers and other polls from the day here, at CampaignDiaries.com
- John McCain is, as is so often the case, the strongest Republican. He only trails Clinton 47% to 45%, and is the only Republican to win any match-up, leading Obama 47% to 43%.
- Clinton has good leads against the other candidates: 49% to 42% against Rudy Giuliani, 53% to 37% against Mitt Romney, and 53% to 36% against Mike Huckabee.
- Obama leads Rudy 47% to 42%, Romney 50% to 38%, and Huckabee 52% to 35%.
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