New Strategic Vision Poll.

Perdue’s approval: 55%
Chambliss’ approval: 52%
Isakson’s approval: 55%

Then there’s this:

16. For the 2008 Republican Presidential Nomination whom would you support? (Republicans Only)
Rudy Giuliani 28%
John McCain 21%
Newt Gingrich 14%
Mitt Romney 8%
Tom Tancredo 4%
Mike Huckabee 3%
Sam Brownback 2%
Tommy Thompson 1%
Chuck Hagel 1%
Jim Gilmore 1%
Duncan Hunter 1%
Undecided 16%

17. For the 2008 Democratic Presidential Nomination whom would you support? (Democrats Only)
Hillary Clinton 28%
Barack Obama 25%
John Edwards 18%
Wesley Clark 5%
Joe Biden 3%
Bill Richardson 2%
Chris Dodd 1%
Dennis Kucinich 1%
Undecided 17%

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Hat Tip: Georgia Political Digest

13 comments

  1. MidGaDawg says:

    Sounds about like a name recognition poll to me. After the top three in either party, most people haven’t heard of any of the rest of them (with possible exception of Romney or Clark, but even they’re not that well-known). Mostly, that won’t change, again excepting Romney because the “right” people know him and may be able to get him the support he needs to hang around.

    Any idea why Saxby is below Sonny and Isakson?

  2. bowersville says:

    Poll question 14 should have read, “Do you support a final assault on the sanctity of the Sabbath?” or “Do you support doubling the weekend hours for young people to ‘fish for beer’?”

  3. Jimbo says:

    2008 Presidential Info:

    McCain’s Campaign Collapses
    http://www.newsmax.com/archives/articles/2007/2/26/151332.shtml

    Blacks Shift To Obama, Poll Finds

    http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2007/02/27/AR2007022701030.html

    In the Republican race, former New York mayor Rudolph W. Giuliani, who recently made clear his intentions to seek the presidency, has expanded his lead over Sen. John McCain of Arizona. Giuliani holds a 2 to 1 advantage over McCain among Republicans, according to the poll, more than tripling his margin of a month ago.

    The principal reason was a shift among white evangelical Protestants, who now clearly favor Giuliani over McCain. Giuliani is doing well among this group of Americans despite his support of abortion rights and gay rights, two issues of great importance to religious conservatives. McCain opposes abortion rights.

  4. Bull Moose says:

    Romney consistently polls in 4th place in almost every state. You can’t come in 4th and be elected the Republican nominee.

  5. rugby_fan says:

    Bull; correct me if I am wrong, but, I am under the impression that one can not come in 4th in an election and then be elected to that particular office.

    Is that a GOP only thing?

  6. Adam Fogle says:

    Jimbo,

    Check your source before you try to reference a Dick Morris article – especially regarding the Republican primaries – as credible. Take that garbage somewhere else.

  7. bowersville says:

    McCain rejected CPAC’s invite to speak. Reagan skipped out in ’76 & ’80 to campaign in New Hampshire. (Washington Times)

    Times have changed with the new element of the blogosphere since ’76-’80.

    Will moves like this by McCain help, or will he continue to lag in the polls?

    Maybe, Erick will discuss from CPAC over on Redstate.

    Yeah, I could have done a link to the article, but everyone at CPAC knows McCain rejected addressing them.

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