New 2008 State Polls…

From Political Wire:

The American Research Group just released new polls from early states in the 2008 nominating process.

Among Democrats:

Iowa: Clinton 31%, Edwards 20%, Vilsack 17%, Obama 10%
Nevada: Clinton 37%, Obama 12%
South Carolina: Clinton 34%, Edwards 31%, Obama 10%
New Hampshire: Clinton 27%, Obama 21%, Edwards 18%

Among Republicans:

Iowa: Giuliani 28%, McCain 26%, Gingrich 18%
Nevada: Giuliani 31%, McCain 25%, Gingrich 22%
South Carolina: McCain 35%, Giuliani 28%, Gingrich 15%
New Hampshire: McCain 29%, Giuliani 25%, Gingirch 14%


  1. Nate says:

    I did not ever expect to say this, but Newt is looking a better each day. I find the South Carolina number interesting. You know MacCain wants that state bad.

  2. Bull Moose says:

    No mention of Romney because he apparently doesn’t rank in the top 3.

    Interestingly, I had a conversation with someone who said that they felt that it was almost inevitable that a Democrat was going to win in 2008, so why not participate in making sure it’s the right Democrat? Interesting thought.

  3. joe says:

    After the last six years, please tell me what the difference is between a Republican and a Democrat? I do not see any. Perhaps the Republicans want to adopt Democratic programs at a slower pace, but they are both for more and more and more government. It doesn’t matter who wins, I lose.

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