McCain at 1%

I’m not missing a digit.

McCain saw the largest decrease in support over the past four months. He fell from 6.6 percent support in March to only 1 percent now, a decrease of more than 5.5 percent.

Hillary is also leading in Iowa when those polled were asked:

…an open-ended question: to name the candidate they support for president in the 2008 election. They could name any candidate from either party.

Among the sample of all 907 registered voters, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., led with 18 percent support, an increase of 4.5 percent since the March UI poll.

Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., was second with 13.8 percent, an increase of 2.9 percent.

Romney saw the largest increase in support. He was supported by 8.9 percent of all registered respondents this time – nearly double his March support of 4.7 percent.

McCain will have to sprint just to catch up to the marathon.

7 comments

  1. Bull Moose says:

    Okay, it’s kind of time to start walking fast in the marathon, I’ll give you that, but Bull Moose has other marathons to run for now and I’m focused on that. I’ll tune back into Presidential politics after November 6 and see what’s left of the race.

  2. rugby_fan says:

    Fair enough Bull Moose and I actually appreciate your candor and the fact you are more concerned with your own race is commendable.

    Best of luck mate!

  3. CHelf says:

    When you’re throwing Dems and Republicans in the pool and polling, that does not surprise me. What’s an even bigger shocker is that Obama is third among the Republicans polled if you look at the top. Obama even beats Fred.

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