SUSA's new Iowa poll: CLINTON ahead
by LeftistAddiction, Sun Oct 21, 2007 at 09:48:28 AM EDT
The latest wave of SUSA polls are not including Obama and Edwards -- so this is not to be taken as a comparison of electability, but a measure of how good things are for Democrats. For they showing quite exciting results for Hillary Clinton, who leads all Republicans in Missouri, leads all but one who she ties in Ohio, edges Rudy in Kentucky and is even competitive in Alabama. And today comes Iowa!
Full analysis and poll here on CampaignDiaries.com
Today, SUSA came out with its new poll from Iowa, which has Clinton ahead against all Republicans:
- She runs closest to Rudy Giuliani and McCain. She beats them respectively 48%-43% and 49%-44%.
- Against Thompson and Romney, she leads 50%-42%.
- It's 51%-41% against Huckabee, 52%-36% against Ron Paul.
- SUSA did not poll Obama and Edwards, but it did survey a Rudy-Al Gore showdown. Gore wins 51% to 42%.
Link to the poll. Things are not looking rosy for Republicans. Remember Iowa voted for Bush in 2004. Though we should say things are pretty much what they were a month ago: Here's the SUSA poll from Iowa that came out in September. Democrats won all their match-ups then too by comparable margins.
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