Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Crazy Poll Numbers

Via the LAT:

In the survey of voters in three of the early, and potentially crucial, nominating contests, 28% represents the high mark for any Republican candidate. It's the support posted by Mitt Romney in Iowa and New Hampshire (in the third state, South Carolina, Fred Thompson leads with 26%).

By contrast, 28% is the low mark scored by Democrat Hillary Clinton in any of the three (she leads in each). That's her figure in Iowa, where the poll finds John Edwards and, to a lesser extent, Barack Obama within hailing distance. Clinton's backing grows to 35% in New Hampshire, and hits 45% in South Carolina.

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