Polling in Early States

December 12, 2007 at 6:40 pm Leave a comment

Here’s the latest on Obama and Clinton from barackobama.com:

The grassroots movement continues to grow every day, and Obama continues to move forward in the early states.

Today, two polls indicate that the race is closer than ever in New Hampshire. According to a CNN poll, “Clinton has dropped 5 percentage points since the CNN/WMUR November survey, while Obama has gained 8 percentage points, according to the poll conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center. Clinton is now at 31 percent to Obama’s 30 percent.”

And according to a Rasmussen poll also released today, Obama is leading Clinton among likely primary voters in New Hampshire, 31% to 28%.

Meanwhile, a Strategic Vision poll that will be released tomorrow shows Obama strengthening his lead in Iowa. According to MSNBC, the poll shows Obama at 33% compared to Clinton at 25% and Edwards at 24%.

And in case you missed it, yesterday, an Insider Advantage poll showed Barack leading Clinton in South Carolina, 28% to 22%.

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