Thursday, August 23, 2007

Way too early for this

Some interesting and, quite honestly surprising, nuggets from the latest round of national presidential surveys.

Hillary Clinton is up in three states that went Republican in 2004, but also some polls from the South are also eye-opening as Survey USA results show Clinton leading three GOP candidates in Kentucky and Virginia, and Mitt Romney in Alabama.


Blogger Mike-El said...

Hillary's perceived "negatives" lower voters' they, in turn, are pleasantly surprised by her TV appearances and debate performances. This is mirroring what happened in New York. Basically, the more people got to know her, the more they realized their perception wasn't quite reality.

And these numbers Karl Rove and his ilk are throwing around don't reflect much more than the Republican base. Hillary's got 40-plus percent who won't vote for her under any circumstance? Guess what? The day after the convention, the Democratic nominee instantly has 40-plus percent who won't vote for them under any matter who it is.

I'm still in Obama's camp but I think the nomination is Hillary's to lose.

9:17 AM  

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