Saturday, March 31, 2007

New Poll: Edwards Leads Both McCain and Romney

A brand new Rasmussen Poll is good news for John Edwards. The survey of 800 likely voters, conducted March 26-27, showed:

Survey of 800 Likely Voters
March 26-27, 2007

John Edwards (D) vs. John McCain (R)
John Edwards (D) 47%
John McCain (R) 38%

John Edwards (D) vs. Mitt Romney (R)
John Edwards (D) 55%
Mitt Romney (R) 29%

In addition, among those surveyed, Edwards enjoys high favorability. Rasmussen says:

Senator Edwards is now viewed favorably by 57% of voters, including 53% of men, 61% of women. Thirty-five percent (35%) have an unfavorable opinion.

That's also the best showing for Edwards so far. Like other top-tier Democratic candidates, the Senator's unfavorable rating had lately been almost as high as his favorable rating. In mid-March he averaged 47% favorable, 45% unfavorable in our surveys (with the same ten-point discrepancy between men and women).

Last week, Edwards also had a strong showing in a Georgia Insider Advantage Poll. He and Hillary Clinton were the top two choices of those surveyed, with Edwards only four points behind Clinton, and within the margin of error for the poll.

This is cross-posted at Georgia Votes Edwards.


benny06 said...

Thanks for sharing this information. I'll be checking in for other GA news.

Ed Hula III said...

i like Edwards, although, im so impressed by our entire slate of candidates, i have no idea who i will vote for.

Kathy said...

I'm impressed with the entire slate regards character, commitment, intelligence, etc.

But simply put, John Edwards can carry the South. None of the others can make that possible as a front runner. In both the last two presidential elections, a single state would have made the difference. Losing in 2008 is not an option I'm willing to consider.

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