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What the Media Fails to Report About Iowa


Bill Clinton did not win Iowa nor have the Clintons really been that popular in Iowa so for Clinton to finish as well as she had is testament to how strong her campaign is going.

This was the state that Edwards was supposed to win, remember?

Anyways, as far as delegates go Clinton received almost as many delegates as did Barack Obama in Iowa. So the race is still neck and neck and Clinton is doing fine.

Clinton Bouncing Back in Huge Way


Clinton is at 53% according to the latest ABC News national poll. Barack Obama is far behind her with only 23%.

And against Rudy Giuliani, Clinton maintains a comfortable 6% lead.


Clinton at 50% in California


The latest California primary poll by Survey USA shows that Hillary Clinton is at 50% while Barack Obama is at 24% and John Edwards at 16%. (Details)

Clinton Narrowly Ahead of Mike Huckabee


Huckabee is surging and is gaining on Clinton over the past couple of months.

Month Hillary Clinton Mike Huckabee
December 46.0 45.0
November 46.0 43.0
September 49.0 38.0
August 49.0 41.0
May 48.0 43.0


Clinton Would Beat Giuliani by 68 Electoral Votes


Hillary Clinton holds leads in some key battleground states that John Kerry lost in 2004. These states are Iowa, Missouri, and Virginia making her electoral vote total to 303 to 235 for Rudy Giuliani.

In 2004, John Kerry was able to get 49.23% of the vote in Iowa but lost by the slimmest of margins to George Bush. But the latest Research 2000 poll taken in November 2007 shows Clinton would take the state over Rudy Giuliani in convincing fashion, 48% to 40%. Iowa holds 7 electoral votes.

Then there's Missouri and it 11 electoral votes. The Research 2000 poll taken in mid-November 2007 shows Clinton winning this state by 8%, 47% to 39%. Kerry lost 53% to 46%.

Finally, there's Virginia and its 13 electoral votes that John Kerry lost in 2004; 53.7% to 45.5%. But the latest Survey USA poll taken in mid-October shows Clinton making the state competitive and beating Giuliani 47% to 46%, within the margin of error.

We did not even mention Tennessee, a state Kerry lost by 14%. The latest Middle Tennessee State University Poll shows Clinton in a dead heat with Rudy Giuliani for the 11 electoral votes this state has.

As of today, the latest data suggests that a total of 31 electoral votes that went to Bush in 2004 would go to Clinton against a hypothetical matchup against Giuliani. This should dispel any concerns as to whether she is electable or not, what do you think?


Clinton Beating Giuliani in Several Battleground States

In head to head matchups released by Survey USA over the past week, Hillary Clinton leads in 5 of 7 states, one of them tied and another just 1% behind.

State Giuliani Clinton
Oregon 45% 46%
Virginia 45% 45%
Minnesota 43% 49%
Wisconsin 42% 49%
Iowa 43% 47%
Ohio 44% 49%
Missouri 45% 44%

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Clinton Has the Best Core Favorability Rating

Everybody always speaks of her high negative ratings but her positive ratings are the highest of all the candidates -- making her net favorability rating the best of all the candidates in the race. Look at the details >>

The latest Arizona poll released at also shows her almost tripling her next closest competitor!

Clinton Makes Nevada Competitive for the Democrats!


The latest general election matchup polls from President Election shows that Clinton makes the state competitive.

Hillary Clinton 44.0 46.0
Rudy Giuliani 51.0 47.0
Margin -7.0 -1.0

She was behind 7% just last month.

The latest Iowa polls also show her lead expanding over Giuliani.

IOWA May Jul Oct Nov
Hillary Clinton 38.0 41.0 48.0 48.0
Rudy Giuliani 38.0 37.0 43.0 40.0
Margin 0.0 4.0 5.0 8.0

 And the latest Fox News Poll has her ahead of Giuliani 47% to 43%.

As for the primaries, two polls have Clinton at 27% in Iowa and she has a commanding 31% lead in Michigan, and a commanding 21% lead nationally according to Fox.

Democratic Candidate Fox IA IA MI
Hillary Clinton 44.0 27.0 27.0 49.0
Barack Obama 23.0 25.0 21.0 18.0
John Edwards 12.0 21.0 20.0 15.0
Joe Biden 1.0 4.0 5.0 2.0
Bill Richardson 5.0 10.0 12.0 1.0
Chris Dodd 1.0 1.0 3.0 1.0
Dennis Kucinich 2.0 1.0 2.0 2.0
Other(vol.) 12.0 11.0 10.0 12.0
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Clinton At 46% Nationally, Over 50% in Wisconsin, Texas


The polls from Texas and Wisconsin show Clinton to be above 50% for the Democratic primary, while ARG has her at 46% a margin of 25% over Obama.

Clinton's Lead Dropped by 10% in New Hampshire has averaged the state polls of New Hampshire over the past couple of months to find that Clinton's lead has dropped by 10% over the past month. The media will make a big fuss about this but don't worry, where Clinton stands today is where she stood in July. GO >>

Clinton Ahead of Giuliani and Thompson by 6%

Tthe results of the latest national matchup polls show Clinton holding double digit leads over Thompson, Giuliani, and Huckabee among women voters. And in a dead heat among men versus Thompson and Giuliani.

Clinton Leads Big Over Giuliani in Latest WNBC Marist National Poll


Marist shows Clinton's advantage over Giuliani to be nearly double digits and she also leads comfortably is a slew of other states.

Clinton's lead over Giuliani is expanding according to WNBC/Marist.

Averages by Month
Head to Head

Feb May Nov
Hillary Clinton 45.0 46.5 48.0
Rudy Giuliani 47.0 40.5 37.0
Margin -2.0 6.0 11.0

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david charles terrDavid Terr
Ph.D. Math; Berkeley

"Polls with a Clinton Twist."



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