Nearly half of Democrats (48 percent) think Hillary Clinton has a better chance of beating John McCain in November — 10 percentage points higher than the 38 percent who think Barack Obama can win, according to a FOX News poll released Wednesday. This represents a significant shift from March, when Democrats said Obama was the candidate more likely to beat McCain.
Democrats continue to favor Clinton as their party’s leader, albeit narrowly: 44 percent want her to win the nomination and 41 percent want Obama. Last month Clinton was preferred by 2 percentage points.
There's also an NBC/WSJ poll out taken of all voters, not just Dems. It finds Bush is a liability to McCain and Obama's "bitter" remarks cost him in favorability, as did Rev. Wright.
There's even a poll about Bill Clinton's effect at Harris Interactive. Taken two weeks ago, but released yesterdayh, it shows he's doing okay for Hillary.
Not surprisingly, President Clinton is perceived much more favorably by Democrats as two-thirds (66%) of Democrats believe he helps his wife’s campaign compared to 46 percent of Independents and 30 percent of Republicans.
...In this poll, a 63 to 35 percent majority gives him positive ratings for the job he did when he was president. Interestingly this is almost the same as the 65 percent positive, 34 percent negative rating that he received in the final Harris Poll before he left office in January 2001 (Harris Poll #5, 1/19/01). Even three in five (62%) Independents gave him positive ratings for his time in office.
McCain Opens Bigger Lead on Obama Zogby has:McCain: 46Obama: 40McCain: 48Clinton: 40Where's the slippage for Obama, who last month led McCain? Independents.The poll showed Obama continues to have strong support from the African-American community but that he is experiencing some slippage among moderates and independents...
McCain-Rice. A surprisingly strong match.In a new poll conducted by Marist College and WNBC, a McCain-Rice ticket would beat a ticket that includes both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama in New York ? a state that reliably votes for the Democratic candidate...
Prelude to a Beatdown If you think this is bad news for John McCain, try this one on for size:Florida: Obama edges McCain 47 - 43 percent; Ohio: Obama tops McCain 48 - 42 percent;Pennsylvania: Obama leads McCain 52 - 40 percent...
Tied In Knots Just to keep everyone on the same page, here are the latest polls (all out in the last 48 hours) regarding the Presidential race and the State of Indiana. McCain - 47, Obama - 43. (MoE - 4%) Big Ten Battleground Poll Obama - 47, McCain - 44...
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