Polls

April 15, 2008 SurveyUSA Indiana poll: Clinton 55%, Obama 39%

April 15, 2008 Quinnipiac Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 50%, Obama 44%

April 15, 2008 PPP North Carolina poll: Clinton 34%, Obama 54%

April 14, 2008 ARG Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 57%, Obama 57%

April 14, 2008 Susquehanna Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 40%, Obama 37%

April 13, 2008 Civitas (R) North Carolina poll: Clinton 27%, Obama 45%

April 12, 2008 Zogby Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 47%, Obama 43%

April 11, 2008 Temple University Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 47%, Obama 41%

April 10, 2008 Time Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 49%, Obama 41%

April 9, 2008 Insider Advantage Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 48%, Obama 38%

April 9, 2008 PPP Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 46%, Obama 43%

April 9, 2008 Strategic Vision Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 47%, Obama 42%

April 9, 2008 SurveyUSA North Carolina poll: Clinton 39%, Obama 49%

April 8, 2008 Rasmussen Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 48%, Obama 43%

April 8, 2008 SurveyUSA Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 56%, Obama 38%

April 8, 2008 SurveyUSA Oregon poll: Clinton 42%, Obama 52%

April 8, 2008 Quinnipiac Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 50%, Obama 44%

April 8, 2008 PPP North Carolina poll: Clinton 33%, Obama 54%

April 7, 2008 WCNC North Carolina poll: Clinton 26%, Obama 35%

April 6, 2008 Gallup tracking: Clinton 46%, Obama 49%

April 5, 2008 Strategic Vision (R) Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 49%, Obama 41%

April 5, 2008 Morning Call Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 49%, Obama 38%

April 5, 2008 North Carolina Rasmussen poll: Clinton 33%, Obama 56%

April 5, 2008 Research 2000 Indiana poll: Clinton 49%, Obama 46%

April 5, 2008 NYTimes: Clinton 43%, Obama 46%

April 3, 2008 Insider Advantage Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 45%, Obama 42%

April 2, 2008 PPP Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 43%, Obama 45%

April 2, 2008 Survey USA Indiana poll: Clinton 50%, Obama 41%

April 2, 20008 Quinnipiac Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 50%, Obama 41%

April 1, 2008 Survey USA Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 53%, Obama 41%

April 1, 2008 Rasmussen Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 47%, Obama 42%

March 31, 2008 PPP North Carolina poll: Clinton 36%, Obama 54%

March 31, 2008 SurveyUSA Kentucky poll: Clinton 58%, Obama 29%

March 30, 2008 ARG North Carolina poll: Clinton 38%, Obama 51%

March 28, 2008 ARG Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 51%, Obama 39%

March 28, 2008 Pew Research: Clinton 39%, Obama 49%

March 27, 2008 Insider Advantage North Carolina poll: Clinton 34%, Obama 49%

March 27, 2008 NBC poll: Clinton 45%, Obama 45%

March 26, 2008 Rasmussen: Clinton 45%, Obama 45%

March 25, 2008 Rasmussen Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 49%, Obama 39%

March 25, 2008 PPP North Carolina poll (note, this poll has changed its voting model from the last poll): Clinton 34%, Obama 55%

March 25, 2008 Gallup: Clinton 45%, Obama 47%

March 22, 2008 Gallup: Clinton 49%, Obama 42%

March 21, 2008 Fox poll: Clinton 40%, Obama 38%

March 20, 2008 Rasmussen West Virginia poll: Clinton 55%, Obama 27%

March 20, 2008 CBS poll: Clinton 43%, Obama 46%

March 20, 2008 Franklin & Marshall Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 51%, Obama 35%
March 19, 2008 PPP North Carolina poll: Clinton 43%, Obama 44%
March 18, 2008 PPP Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 56%, Obama 30%
March 18, 2008 Quinnipiac Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 53%, Obama 41%

February 15, 2008 Rasmussen Texas poll: Clinton 54%, Obama 38%

February 15, 2008 Insider Advantage (R) Texas poll: Clinton 48%, Obama 41%

February 15, 2008 Research 2000 Wisconsin poll: Clinton 42%, Obama 47%

February 15, 2008 TCUL/Hamiliton Texas poll: Clinton 49%, Obama 41%

February 15, 2008 ARG Texas poll: Clinton 42%, Obama 48%

February 14, 2008 Rasmussen Ohio poll: Clinton 51%, Obama 37%

February 14, 2008 Rasmussen Wisconsin poll: Clinton 43%, Obama 47%

February 14, 2008 Quinnipiac Ohio poll: Clinton 55%, Obama 34%

February 14, 2008 Quinnipiac Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 52%, Obama 36%

February 13, 2008 SurveyUSA Ohio poll: Clinton 56%, Obama 39%

February 13, 2008 Strategic Vision (R) Wisconsin poll: Clinton 41%, Obama 45%

February 13, 2008 SurveyUSA North Carolina poll: Clinton 40%, Obama 50%

February 12, 2008 Brown University Rhode Island poll: Clinton 36%, Obama 28%

February 6, 2008 Gallup Poll: Clinton 52%, Obama 39%

February 4, 2008 Columbus Dispatch Ohio poll: Clinton 42%, Obama 19%

February 4, 2008 SurveyUSA Massachusetts poll: Clinton 56%, Obama 39%

February 4, 2008 SurveyUSA New York poll: Clinton 56%, Obama 38%

February 4, 2008 SurveyUSA New Jersey poll: Clinton 52%, Obama 41%

February 4, 2008 SurveyUSA Missouri poll: Clinton 54%, Obama 43%

February 4, 2008 SurveyUSA Oklahoma poll: Clinton 54%, Obama 27%

February 4, 2008 SurveyUSA California poll: Clinton 53%, Obama 41%

February 4, 2008 Quinnipiac New York poll: Clinton 53%, Obama 39%

February 4, 2008 Quinnipiac New Jersey poll: Clinton 48%, Obama 43%

February 4, 2008 AEA Alabama poll: Clinton 48%, Obama 44%

February 4, 2008 Rasmussen poll: Clinton 46%, Obama 40%

February 4, 2008 InsiderAdvantage Alabama poll: Clinton 45%, Obama 44%

February 4, 2008SurveyUSA Connecticut poll: Clinton 46%, Obama 48%

February 4, 2008 SurveyUSA Illinois poll: Clinton 30%, Obama 66%

February 4, 2008 SurveyUSA Alabama poll: Clinton 47%, Obama 49%

February 4, 2008 Gallup poll: Clinton 47%, Obama 43%

February 4, 2008 Suffolk California poll: Clinton 39%, Obama 40%

February 4, 2008 Reuters/Zogby New Jersey poll: Clinton 43%, Obama 43%

February 4, 2008 Reuters/Zogby Georgia poll: Clinton 31%, Obama 48%

February 4, 2008 Reuters/Zogby Missouri poll: Clinton 42%, Obama 47%

February 4, 2008 Reuters/Zogby California poll: Clinton 40%, Obama 46%

February 4, 2008 Strategic Vision (R) Georgia poll: Clinton 27%, Obama 49%

February 4, 2008Strategic Vision (R) New Jersey poll: Clinton 47%, Obama 41%

February 4, 2008 CNN poll: Clinton 46%, Obama 49%

February 4, 2008 Suffolk Massachusetts poll: Clinton 44%, Obama 46%

February 4, 2008 Cook poll: Clinton 37%, Obama 43%

February 4, 2008 USAToday/Gallup poll: Clinton 45%, Obama 44%

February 4, 2008 NYTimes poll: Clinton 41%, Obama 41%

February 3, 2008 Rassmussen New York poll: Clinton 51%, Obama 30%

February 3, 2008 WNBC/Marist New York poll: Clinton 54%, Obama 38%

February 3, 2008 ABC/Washington Post poll: Clinton 47%, Obama 43%

February 3, 2008 Rasmussen Arizona poll: Clinton 46%, Obama 41%

February 3, 2008 ARG Delaware poll: Clinton 44%, Obama 42%

February 2, 2008 Rasmussen tracking poll: Clinton 45%, Obama 37%

February 2, 2008 Gallup tracking poll: Clinton 48%, Obama 41%

February 2, 2008 Rasmussen Alabama poll: Clinton 46%, Obama 41%

February 2, 2008 Rasmussen Tennessee poll: Clinton 49%, Clinton 24%

February 2, 2008Chicago Tribune Illinois poll: Clinton 24%, Obama 55%

February 2, 2008 WSMV Tennessee poll: Clinton 36%, Obama 31%

February 2, 2008 Opinion Consultants Ohio poll: Clinton 44%, Obama 28%

February 2, 2008 IVR Texas poll: Clinton 48%, Obama 38%

February 1, 2008 SurveyUSA Massachusetts poll: Clinton 57%, Obama 33%

February 1, 2008 InsiderAdvantage Tennessee poll: Clinton 59%, Obama 26%

February 1, 2008 SurveyUSA Alabama poll: Clinton 47%, Obama 47%

February 1, 2008 InsiderAdvantage Alabama poll: Clinton 46%, Obama 40%

February 1, 2008 Rasmussen New Jersey poll: Clinton 49%, Obama 37%

February 1, 2008 SurveyUSA New York poll: Clinton 54%, Obama 38%

February 1, 2008 SurveyUSA New Jersey poll: Clinton 51%, Obama 39%

February 1, 2008 SurveyUSA Connecticut poll: Clinton 44%, Obama 48%

February 1, 2008 Fox News poll: Clinton 47%, Obama 37%

February 1, 2008 GQR (D) New Jersey poll: Clinton 44%, Obama 38%

February 1, 2008 SurveyUSA Missouri poll: Clinton 48%, Obama 44%

We will post new polls as soon as they reflect the current situation with only 2 persons in the race.

January 18, 2008 Reuters/Zogby Nevada poll: Clinton 42%, Obama 37%, Edwards 12%

January 18, 2008 Research 2000 Florida poll: Clinton 50%, Obama 28%, Edwards 13%

January 18, 2008 Mason-Dixon Nevada poll: Clinton 41%, Obama 32%, Edwards 14%

January 18, 2008 Rasmussen California poll: Clinton 38%, Obama 33%, Edwards 12%

January 18, 2008 ARG South Carolina poll: Clinton 39%, Obama 45%, Edwards 10%

January 18, 2008 InsiderAdvantage Florida poll: Clinton 42%, Obama 34%, Edwards 9%

January 18, 2008 Mason-Dixon South Carolina poll: Clinton 31%, Obama 40%, Edwards 13%

January 17, 2008 SurveyUSA Massachusetts poll: Clinton 56%, Obama 23%, Edwards 14%

January 17, 2008 ARG South Carolina poll: Clinton 38%, Obama 44%, Edwards 9%

January 17, 2008 Rassmussen New Jersey poll: Clinton 45%, Obama 27%, Edwards 11%

January 17, 2008 Keystone Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 40%, Obama 20%, Edwards 11%

January 17, 2008 Rasmussen South Carolina poll: Clinton 31%, Obama 44%, Edwards 15%

January 17, 2008 Pew Research poll: Clinton 46%, Obama 31%, Edwards 13%

January 17, 2008 Statehouse News Massachusetts poll: Clinton 37%, Obama 25%, Edwards 14%

January 17, 2008 Strategic Vision (R) Florida poll: Clinton 45%, Obama 39%, Edwards 11%

January 17, 2008 Insider Advantage South Carolina poll: Clinton 31%, Obama 41%, Edwards 13%

January 16, 2008 ARG Nevada poll: Clinton 35%, Obama 32%, Edwards 25%

January 16, 2008 Reuters/Zogby: Clinton 39%, Obama 38%, Edwards 9%

January 16, 2008 Hotline poll: Clinton 38%, Obama 35%, Edwards 13%

January 15, 2008 ARG Michigan poll: Clinton 56, Uncommitted 31%

January 15, 2008 SurveyUSA Oklahoma poll: Clinton 45%, Edwards 25%, Obama 19%

January 15, 2008 Monmouth/Gannett New Jersey poll: Clinton 42%, Obama 30%, Edwards 9%

January 15, 2008 SurveyUSA Florida poll: Clinton 56%, Obama 23%, Edwards 14%

January 15, 2008 SurveyUSA California poll: Clinton 50%, Obama 35%, Edwards 10%

January 14, 2008 Poltico/CNN/LATimes California poll: Clinton 47%, Obama 31%, Edwards 10%

January 14, 2008 CBS/NYTimes poll: Clinton 42%, Obama 27%, Edwards 11%

January 14, 2008 Quinnipiac Florida poll: Clinton 52%, Obama 31%, Edwards 9%

January 14, 2008 Rasmussen Florida poll: Clinton 48%, Obama 24%, Edwards 14%

January 14, 2008 USA Today/Gallup poll: Clinton 45%, Obama 33%, Edwards 13%

January 14, 2008 Research 2000 Nevada poll: Clinton 30%, Obama 32%, Edwards 27%

January 14, 2008 ABC/Washington Post: Clinton 42%, Obama 37%, Edwards 11%

January 14, 2008 Rasmussen South Carolina poll: Clinton 33%, Obama 38%, Edwards 17%

January 13, 2008 Detroit Free Press Michigan poll: Clinton 56%, Uncommitted 30%

January 13, 2008 Detroit News Michigan poll: Clinton 56%, Uncommitted 33%

January 13, 2008 Research 2000 New Jersey poll: Clinton 48%, Obama 23%, Edwards 11%

January 12, 2008 CNN: Clinton 49%, Obama 36%, Edwards 12%

January 12, 2008 ARG Michigan poll: Clinton 57%, Uncommitted 28%

January 11, 2008 SurveyUSA New York poll: Clinton 56%, Obama 29%, Edwards 8%

January 11, 2008 SurveyUSA Florida poll: Clinton 51%, Obama 32%, Edwards 11%

January 11, 2008 Mason-Dixon Georgia poll: Clinton 33%, Obama 36%, Edwards 14%

January 10, 2008 Rasmussen South Carolina poll: Clinton 30%, Obama 42%, Edwards 15%

January 9, 2008 Insider Advantage South Carolina poll: Clinton 33%, Obama 40%, Edwards 15%

January 9, 2008 Insider Advantage Florida poll: Clinton 40%, Obama 32%, Edwards 9%

January 8, 2008 Rasmussen South Carolina poll: Clinton 30%, Obama 42%, Edwards 14%

January 8, 2008 Suffolk/WHDH New Hampshire poll: Clinton 34%, Obama 39%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 4%

January 8, 2008 Reuters/Zogby New Hampshire poll: Clinton 29%, Obama 42%, Edwards 17%, Richardson 5%

January 8, 2008 Rasmussen New Hampshire poll: Clinton 30%, Obama 37%, Edwards 19%, Richardson 8%

January 8, 2008 SurveyUSA South Carolina poll: Clinton 30%, Obama 50%, Edwards 16%

January 8, 2008 USA Today/Gallup: Clinton 33%, Obama 33%, Edwards 20%

January 7, 2008 Franklin Pierce New Hampshire poll: Clinton 31%, Obama 34%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 6%

January 7, 2008 CNN/WMUR New Hampshire poll: Clinton 29%, Obama 39%, Edwards 16%, Richardson 7%

January 7, 2008 USA Today/Gallup New Hampshire poll: Clinton 28%, Obama 41%, Edwards 19%, Richardson 6%

January 7, 2008 Strategic Vision (R) New Hampshire poll: Clinton 29%, Obama 38%, Edwards 19%, Richardson 7%

January 6, 2008 Concord Monitor New Hampshire poll: Clinton 33%, Obama 33%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 4%

January 6, 2008 CNN/WMUR New Hampshire poll: Clinton 33%, Obama 33%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 4%

January 6, 2008 Suffolk/WMUR New Hampshire poll: Clinton 3%, Obama 33%, Edwards 14%, Richardson 5%

January 6, 2008 Rasmussen New Hampshire poll: Clinton 27%, Obama 39%, Edwards 18%, Richardson 8%

January 6, 2008 Zogby tracking New Hampshire poll: Clinton 31%, Obama 30%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 7%

January 6, 2008 Mason-Dixon New Hampshire poll: Clinton 31%, Obama 33%, Edwards 17%, Richardson 7%

January 5, 2008 Rasmussen New Hampshire poll: Clinton 27%, Obama 37%, Edwards 19%, Richardson 8%

January 5, 2008 ARG New Hampshire poll: Clinton 26%, Obama 38%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 3%

January 5, 2008 Suffolk/WHDH New Hampshire poll: Clinton 36%, Obama 29%, Edwards 13%, Richardson 4%

January 5, 2008 Zogby tracking New Hampshire poll: Clinton 32%, Obama 28%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 7%

January 4, 2008 ARG New Hampshire poll: Clinton 35%, Obama 31%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 5%

January 4, 2008 Suffolk/WHDH New Hampshire poll: Clinton 37%, Obama 25%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 4%

January 4, 2008 Zogby tracking New Hampshire poll: Clinton 32%, Obama 26%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 7%

January 3, 2008 ARG Iowa poll: Clinton 34%, Obama 25%, Edwards 21%^, Biden 8%, Richardson 6%

January 3, 2008 Insider Advantage Iowa poll: Clinton 32%, Obama 34%, Edwards 33%

January 3, 2008 Zogby tracking Iowa poll: Clinton 24%, Obama 31%, Edwards 27%, Biden 5%, Richardson 7%

January 3, 2008 Suffolk/WHDH New Hampshire poll: Clinton 39%, Obama 23%, Edwards 17%, Richardson 5%

January 3, 2008 Franklin Pierce New Hampshire poll: Clinton 32%, Obama 28%, Edwards 19%, Richardson 8%

January 2, 2008 Pew Research: Clinton 46%, Obama 26%, Edwards 14%

January 2, 2008 Suffolk tracking New Hampshire poll: Clinton 37%, Obama 20%, Edwards 16%

January 2, 2008 Zogby tracking Iowa poll: Clinton 28%, Obama 28%, Edwards 26%, Richardson 7%, Biden 4%

January 2, 2008 Strategic Vision (R) Iowa poll: Clinton 27%, Obama 32%, Edwards 29%, Richardson 2%, Biden 5%

January 2, 2008 CNN/WMUR New Hampshire poll: Clinton 34%, Obama 30%, Edwards 17%, Richardson 5%, Biden 3%

January 1, 2008 Insider Advantage Iowa poll: Clinton 30%, Obama 22%, Edwards 29%

January 1, 2008 Zogby Tracking Iowa poll: Clinton 30%, Obama 26%, Edwards 25%, Richardson 5%, Biden 5%

January 1, 2008 Des Moines Register Iowa poll: Clinton 25%, Obama 32%, Edwards 24%, Richardson 6%, Biden 4%

January 1, 2008 CNN Iowa poll: Clinton 33%, Obama 31%, Edwards 22%, Richardson 5%, Biden 5%

January 1, 2008 Suffolk Tracking New Hampshire poll: Clinton 36%, Obama 22%, Edwards 14%, Richardson 7%

December 31, 2007 Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby Iowa poll: Clinton 30%, Obama 26%, Edwards 26%, Richardson 5%, Biden 5%

December 31, 2007 Rasmussen: Clinton 42%, Obama 23%, Edwards 16%

December 30, 2007 ARG New Hampshire poll: Clinton 31%, Obama 27%, Edwards 21%, Richardson 5%, Biden 3%

December 30, 2007 Mason-Dixon Iowa poll: Clinton 23%, Obama 22%, Edwards 24%, Richardson 12%, Biden 8%

December 30, 2007 Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby Iowa poll: Clinton 31%, Obama 27%, Edwards 24%, Richardson 5%, Biden 5%

December 29, 2007 ARG Iowa poll: Clinton 31%, Obama 24%, Edwards 24%, Richardson 5%, Biden 5%

December 28, 2007 L.A. Times/Bloomberg Iowa poll: Clinton 31%, Obama 22%, Edwards 25%, Richardson 7%, Biden 6%

December 28, 2007 Strategic Vision (R) Iowa poll: Clinton 29%, Obama 30%, Edwards 28%, Biden 5%

December 28, 2007 Quad City Times: Clinton 28%, Obama 29%, Edwards 29%, Richardson 7%, Biden 3%

December 28, 2007 L.A. Times/Bloomberg New Hampshire poll: Clinton 30%, Obama 32%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 4%

December 27, 2007 Rasmussen: Clinton 39%, Obama 24%, Edwards 16%

December 26, 2007 Sooner Oklahoma poll: Clinton 34%, Edwards 25%, Obama 15%

December 26, 2007 ARG Iowa poll: Clinton 34%, Edwards 20%, Obama 19%

December 22, 2007 Boston Globe New Hampshire poll: Clinton 28%, Obama 30%, Edwards 14%, Richardson 7%

December 21, 2007 USA Today New Hampshire poll: Clinton 32%, Obama 342%, Edwards 18%, Richardson 8%, Biden 4%

December 21, 2007, Strategic Vision (R) Iowa poll: Clinton 27%, Obama 30%, Edwards 27%, Biden 5%

December 20, 2007 Fox poll: Clinton 49%, Obama 20%, Edwards 10%

December 20, 2007 SurveyUSA South Carolina poll: Clinton 41%, Obama 39%, Edwards 17%

December 20, 2007 ARG Iowa poll: Clinton 29%, Obama 25%, Edwards 18%, Richardson 7%, Biden 8%

December 20, 2007 ARG New Hampshire poll: Clinton 38%, Obama 24%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 5%, Biden 4%

December 20, 2007 NBC/WSJ poll: Clinton 45%, Obama 23%, Edwards 13%

December 20, 2007 CNN Iowa poll: Clinton 30%, Obama 28%, Edwards 26%, Richardson 7%

December 20, 2007 CBS News South Carolina poll: Clinton 34%, Obama 35%, Edwards 13%

December 20, 2007 Quinnipiac Florida poll: Clinton 43%, Obama 21%, Edwards 19%

December 20, 2007 Battleground poll: Clinton 47%, Obama 23%, Edwards 13%

December 19, 2007 CNN/WMUR New Hampshire poll: Clinton 38%, Obama 26%, Edwards 14%, Richardson 8%

December 19, 2007 Rasmussen Iowa poll: Clinton 31%, Obama 27%, Edwards 22%, Richardson 9%, Biden 5%

December 19, 2007 Rasmussen New Hampshire poll: Clinton 31%, Obama 28%, Edwards 18%, Richardson 8%, Biden 2%

December 19, 2007 Field California poll: Clinton 36%, Obama 22%, Edwards 13%

December 19, 2007 Reuters/Zogby: Clinton 40%, Obama 32%, Edwards 13%

December 19, 2007 ABC Washington Post Iowa poll: Clinton 29%, Obama 33%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 8%

December 18, 2007 SurveyUSA Florida poll: Clinton 53%, Obama 21%, Edwards 19%

December 18, 2007 Rasmussen South Carolina poll: Clinton 33%, Obama 33%, Edwards 17%

December 18, 2007 InsiderAdvantage Iowa poll: Clinton 24%, Obama 27%, Edwards 26%

December 18, 2007 Hotline/FD: Clinton 35%, Obama 30%, Edwards 14%

December 18, 2007 SurveyUSA California poll: Clinton 49%, Obama 30%, Edwards 14%

December 17. 2007 Gallup: Clinton 45%, Obama 27%, Edwards 15%

December 17, 2007 Quinnipiac New York poll: Clinton 55%, Obama 17%, Edwards 7%

December 17, 2007 Rasmussen: Clinton 40%, Obama 27%, Edwards 13%

December 15, 2007 Rasmussen Florida poll: Clinton 45%, Obama 17%, Edwards 14%

December 15, 2007 Chicago Tribune Illinois poll: Clinton 25%, Obama 50%, Edwards 7%

December 14, 2007 CNN South Carolina poll: Clinton 42%, Obama 34%, Edwards 16%

December 14, 2007 Fox News New Hampshire poll: Clinton 34%, Obama 25%, Edwards 15%

December 14, 2007 Concord Monitor New Hampshire poll: Clinton 31%, Obama 32%, Edwards 18%, Richardson 8%

December 14, 2007 Quad City Times Iowa poll: Clinton 24%, Obama 33%, Edwards 24%, Richardson 9%

December 14, 2007 Hotline Iowa poll: Clinton 27%, Obama 27%, Edwards 22%, Richardson 8%, Biden 5%

December 13, 2007 ARG poll: Clinton 41%, Obama 22%, Edwards 13%

December 13, 2007 Quinnipiac New Jersey poll: Clinton 51%, Obama 17%, Edwards 7%

December 13, 2007 PPIC California poll: Clinton 44%, Obama 20%, Edwards 12%

December 12, 2007 Strategic Vision (R) Georgia poll: Clinton 34%, Obama 27%, Edwards 12%

December 12, 2007 SurveyUSA South Carolina poll: Clinton 44%, Obama 40%, Edwards 11%

December 12, 2007 Rasmussen Iowa poll: Clinton 29%, Obama 26%, Edwards 22%, Richardson 7%

December 12, 2007 Stratgic Vision (R) Iowa poll: Clinton 25%, Obama 33%, Edwards 24%

December 12, 2007 Suffolk/WHDH New Hampshire poll: Clinton 33%, Obama 26%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 5%

December 12, 2007 Rasmussen New Hampshire poll: Clinton 28%, Obama 31%, Edwards 17%, Richardson 8%

December 12, 2007 Strategic Vision (R) Wisconsin poll: Clinton 36%, Obama 29%, Edwards 12%

December 12, 2007 ABC News/Washington Post poll: Clinton 53%, Obama 23%, Edwards 10%

December 12, 2007 SurveyUSA South Carolina poll: Clinton 44%, Obama 40%, Edwards 11%

December 12, 2007 CNN/WMUR New Hampshire poll: Clinton 31%, Obama 30%, Edwards 16%

December 11, 2007 CBS News/NYTimes: Clinton 44%, Obama 27%, Edwards 11%

December 11, 2007 CNN: Clinton 40%, Obama 30%, Edwards 14%

December 10, 2007 InsiderAdvantage (R) South Carolina poll: Clinton 22%, Obama 28%, Edwards 14%, Biden 10%

December 9, 2007 Mason-Dixon Nevada poll: Clinton 34%, Obama 26%, Edwards 9%, Richardson 7%

December 9, 2007 Mason-Dixon Iowa poll: Clinton 27%, Obama 25%, Edwards 21%, Richardson 9%

December 9, 2007 Mason-Dixon New Hampshire poll: Clinton 30%, Obama 27%, Edwards 10%, Richardson 7%

December 9, 2007 Mason-Dixon South Carolina poll: Clinton 28%, Obama 25%, Edwards 18%

December 8, 2007 Rasmussen poll: Clinton 38%, Obama 27%, Edwards 13%

December 8, 2007 Newsweek Iowa poll: Clinton 29%, Obama 35%, Edwards 18%, Richardson 9%>

December 7, 2007 AP-Ipsos poll: Clinton 45%, Obama 23%, Edwards 12%

December 7, 2007 ARG Nevada poll: Clinton 45%, Obama 18%, Edwards 14%

December 7, 2007 Insider Advantage South Carolina poll: Clinton 24%, Obama 26%, Edwards 15%, Biden 10%

December 6, 2007 Rasmussen South Carolina poll: Clinton 36%, Obama 34%, Edwards 13%

December 6, 2007 Marist New Hampshire poll: Clinton 37%, Obama 24%, Edwards 18%, Richardson 8%

December 6, 2007 ABC/Washington Post New Hampshire poll: Clinton 35%, Obama 29%, Edwards 17%, Richardson 10%

December 6, 2007 Strategic Vision Iowa poll: Clinton 25%, Obama 32%, Edwards 25%

December 5, 2007 Zogby Iowa poll: Clinton 27%, Obama 24%, Edwards 21%, Richardson 8%

December 5, 2007 Zogby New Hampshire poll: Clinton 32%, Obama 21%, Edwards 16%, Richardson 6%

December 5, 2007 L.A. Times/Bloomberg poll: Clinton 45%, Obama 21%, Edwards 11%

December 5, 2007 Quinnipiac Florida poll: Clinton 53%, Obama 17%, Edwards 7%

December 5, 2007 Quinnipiac Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 43%, Obama 15%, Edwards 9%

December 5, 2007 Quinnipiac Ohio poll: Clinton 45%, Obama 19%, Edwards 13%

December 4, 2007 Public Policy Polling North Carolina poll: Clinton 31%, Edwards 26%, Obama 24%

December 4, 2007 SurveyUSA California poll: Clinton 50%, Obama 24%, Edwards 16%

December 4, 2007 USA Today/Gallup: Clinton 39%, Obama 24%, Edwards 15%

December 3, 2007 AP-Pew: Clinton 48%, Obama 22%, Edwards 11%

December 3, 2007 AP-Pew South Carolina poll: Clinton 45%, Obama 31%, Edwards 10%

December 3, 2007 AP-Pew New Hampshire poll: Clinton 38%, Obama 19%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 10%

December 3, 2007 AP-Pew Iowa poll: Clinton 31%, Obama 26%, Edwards 19%, Richardson 10%, Biden 2%

December 3, 2007 Iowa State Iowa poll: Clinton 31%, Obama 20%, Edwards 24%, Richardson 11%, Biden 4%

December 2, 2007 Rasmussen: Clinton 37%, Obama 24%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 6%

December 2, 2007 Des Moines Register Iowa poll: Clinton 25%, Obama 28%, Edwards 23%, Richardson 9%

December 1, 2007 Rasmussen New Hampshire poll: Clinton 33%, Obama 26%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 9%

December 1, 2007 Fox News New Hampshire poll: Clinton 30%, Obama 23%, Edwards 17%, Richardson 12%

November 30, 2007 ARG South Carolina poll: Clinton 45%, Obama 21%, Edwards 12%

November 30, 2007 ARG New Hampshire poll: Clinton 34%, Obama 23%, Edwards 17%, Richardson 10%

November 30, 2007 ARG Iowa poll: Clinton 25%, Obama 27%, Edwards 23%

November 29, 2007 CNN Florida poll: Clinton 51%, Obama 21%, Edwards 11%

November 29, 2007 Rasmussen Iowa poll: Clinton 27%, Obama 25%, Edwards 24%, Richardson 10%

November 28, 2007 Suffolk/WHDH New Hampshire poll: Clinton 34%, Obama 22%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 9%

November 28, 2007 Stategic Vision Iowa poll: Clinton 29%, Obama 29%, Edwards 23%

November 28, 2007 Clemson South Carolina poll: Clinton 19%, Obama 17%, Edwards 12%

November 21, 2007 Research 2000 Nevada poll: Clinton 45%, Obama 20%, Edwards 12%, Richardson 8%

November 21, 2007 Rasmussen Florida poll: Clinton 42%, Obama 17%, Edwards 16%

November 21, 2007 Rasmussen South Carolina poll Clinton 43%, Obama 33%, 11%

November 21, 2007 Reuters/Zogby: Clinton 38%, Obama 27%, Edwards 13%

November 20, 2007 CNN/WMUR New Hampshire poll: Clinton 36%, Obama 22%, Edwards 13%, Richardson 12%

November 20, 2007 Associated Press poll: Clinton 48%, Obama 22%, Edwards 13%

November 19, 2007 Harris (Interactive) poll: Clinton 52%, Obama 29%, Edwards 11%

November 19, 2007 Behavior Research Arizona poll: Clinton 44%, Obama 14%, Edwards 11%

November 19, 2007 Washington Post Iowa poll: Clinton 26%, Obama 30%, Edwards 22%, Richardson 11%

November 19, 2007 Mason-Dixon Florida poll: Clinton 42%, Obama 15%, Edwards 12%

November 18, 2007 Research 2000 Missouri poll: Clinton 36%, Obama 21%, Edwards 20%

November 16, 2007 Gallup: Clinton 48%, Obama 21%, Edwards 12%

November 16, 2007 Detroit News Michigan poll: Clinton 49%, Obama 18%, Edwards 15%

November 16, 2007 Strategic Vision Florida poll: Clinton 47%, Obama 27%, Edwards 8%

November 16, 2007 Research 2000 Iowa poll: Clinton 27%, Obama 25%, Edwards 21%, Richardson 10%

November 15, 2007 CNN Nevada poll: Clinton 51%, Obama 23%, Edwards 11%

November 15, 2007 ARG Iowa poll: Clinton 27%, Obama 21%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 12%

November 15, 2007 Rasmussen Iowa poll: Clinton 29%, Obama 24%, Edwards 25%, Richardson 10%

November 15, 2007 Fox poll: Clinton 44%, Obama 23%, Edwards 12%

November 14, 2007 ARG: Clinton 46%, Obama 21%, Edwards 11%

November 14, 2007 Survey USA South Carolina poll: Clinton 47%, Obama 33%, Edwards 10%

November 14, 2007 Quinnipiac Ohio poll: Clinton 42%, Obama 17%, Edwards 14%

November 14, 2007 CBS/NYTimes New Hampshire polls: Clinton 37%, Obama 22%, Edwards 9%, Richardson 6%

November 14, 2007 CBS/NYTimes Iowa poll: Clinton 25%, Obama 22%, Edwards 23%, Richardson 12%

November 14, 2007 Cook Political Report poll: Clinton 39%, Obama 22%, Edwards 12%

November 14, 2007 Strategic Vision Iowa poll: Clinton 29%, Obama 27%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 7%

November 14, 2007 WPR Wisconsin poll: Clinton 43%, Obama 25%, Edwards 15%

November 13, 2007 Zogby Nevada poll: Clinton 37%, Obama 19%, Edwards 15%

November 12, 2007 Rasmussen: Clinton 43%, Obama 20%, Edwards 16%

November 11, 2007 Miami Herald Florida poll: Clinton 48%, Obama 24%, Edwards 8%

November 11, 2007 University of New Hampshire, New Hampshire poll: Clinton 35%, Obama 21%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 10%

November 10, 2007 Marist New Hampshire poll (in the field from 11/2 – 11/6): Clinton 36%, Obama 25%, Edwards 14%

November 8, 2007 AP/Ipsos: Clinton 45%, Obama 22%, Edwards 12%

November 8, 2007 Quinnipiac Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 48%, Obama 15%, Edwards 11%

November 8, 2007 Quinnipiac Connecticut poll: Clinton 45%, Obama 19%, Edwards 7%, Dodd 5%

November 8, 2007 NBC/Wall Street Journal poll (PDF): Clinton 47%, Obama 25%, Edwards 11%

November 7, 2007 Zogby Iowa (1 day) poll: Clinton 28%, Obama 25%, Edwards 21%

November 7, 2007 SurveyUSA Minnesota poll: Clinton 56%, Obama 17%, Edwards 15%

November 7, 2007 SurveyUSA North Carolina poll: Clinton 43%, Obama 19%, Edwards 25%

November 7, 2007 USAToday/Gallup: Clinton 50%, Obama 22%, Edwards 15%

November 7, 2007 SurveyUSA Florida poll Clinton 56%, Obama 19%, Edwards 14%

November 7, 2007 Rasmussen New Hampshire poll: Clinton 34%, Obama 24%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 8%

November 6, 2007 Marist/WNBC poll (pdf): Clinton 48%, Obama 17%, Edwards 10%

November 5, 2007 Rasmussen: Clinton 41%, Obama 22%, Edwards 13%

November 5, 2007 CNN: Clinton 44%, Obama 25%, Edwards 14%

November 4, 2007 Washington Post/ABC: Clinton 49%, Obama 26%, Edwards 12%

November 3 2007 Newsweek: Clinton 45%, Obama 25%, Edwards 11%

November 3, 2007 Rasmussen: Clinton 43%, Obama 22%, Edwards 11%

November 2, 2007 Winthrop University South Carolina poll: Clinton 33%, Obama 23%, Edwards 10%

October 31, 2007 Pew (PDF): Clinton 45%, Obama 24%, Edwards 12%

October 31, 2007 Zogby: Clinton 38%, Obama 24%, Edwards 12%

October 31, 2007 Rasmussen: Clinton 41%, Obama 22%, Edwards 14%

October 31, 2007 Qunnipiac: Clinton 47%, Obama 21%, Edwards 12%

October 30, 2007 ARG Iowa poll: Clinton 32%, Obama 22%, Edwards 15%

October 30, 2007 ARG New Hampshire poll: Clinton 40%, Obama 22%, Edwards 10%

October 30, 2007, ARG South Carolina poll: Clinton 41%, Obama 19%, Edwards 18%

October 25, 2007 Opinion Dynamics Clinton 42%, Obama 25%, Edwards 13%

October 25, 2007 St. Anselm Institute of Politics New Hampshire poll: Clinton 42.6%, Obama 21.5%, Edwards 13.9%

October 24, 2007 Bloomberg/L.A. Times poll: Clinton 48%, Obama 17%, Edwards 13%

October 24, 2007 Strategic Vision Georgia poll: Clinton 40%, Obama 27%, Edwards 11%

October 19, 2007 Civitas Institute North Carolina poll: Clinton 31%, Obama 19%, Edwards 19%

October 18, 2007 Strategic Vision Iowa poll: Clinton 28%, Obama 23%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 9%

October 17, 2007 Rasmussen Iowa poll: Clinton 33%, Edwards 22%, Obama 21%, Richardson 7%

October 17, 2007 Quinnipiac New York poll: Clinton 49%, Obama 12%, Edwards 11%

October 17, 2007 Qunnipiac New Jersey poll: Clinton 46%, Obama 20%, Edwards 9%

October 17, 2007 Qunnipiac Connecticut poll: Clinton 43%, Obama 16%, Edwards 8%, Dodd 7%

October 16, 2007 SurveyUSA California poll: Clinton 57%, Obama 20%, Edwards 13%

October 16, 2007 Gallup: Clinton 50%, Obama 21%, Edwards 13%

October 15, 2007 ARG: Clinton 45%, Obama 20%, Edwards 13%

October 14, 2007 Marist New Hampshire poll: Clinton 41%, Obama 20%, Edwards 11%

October 13, 2007 Fairleigh Dickinson Delaware poll: Clinton 41%, Biden 19%, Obama 17%, Edwards 7%

October 12, 2007 Rasmussen Clinton 48%, Obama 24%, Edwards 12%

October 12, 2007 Survey and Policy Research Institute California poll: Clinton 42%, Obama 20%, Edwards 14%

October 12, 2007 Strategic Vision Washington poll: Clinton 48%, Obama 22%

October 11, 2007 Opinion Dynamics poll (pdf): Clinton 50%, Obama 18%, Edwards 11%

October 11, 2007 Gallup: Clinton 47%, Obama 26%, Edwards 11%

October 10, 2007 ARG Arizona poll: Clinton 41%, Obama 14%, Edwards 16%

October 10, 2007 ARG Nevada poll: Clinton 51%, Obama 11%, Edwards 14%

October 10, 2007 Quinnipiac Florida poll: Clinton 51%, Obama 17%, Edwards 10%

October 10, 2007 Quinnipiac Ohio poll: Clinton 47%, Obama 19%, Edwards 11%

October 10, 2007 Quinnipiac Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 41%, Obama 14%, Edwards 11%

October 8, 2007 Public Policy North Carolina poll: Clinton 32%, Obama 20%, Edwards 31%

October 7, 2007 Des Moines Register Iowa poll: Clinton 29%, Obama 22%, Edwards 23%

October 6, 2007 AP-Ipsos: Clinton 46%, Obama 25%, Edwards 11%

October 6, 2007 Rasmussen: Clinton 41%, Obama 28%, Edwards 11%

October 5, 2007 Strategic Vision New Jersey poll: Clinton 52%, Obama 21%, Edwards 7%

October 5, 2007 Strategic Vision Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 42%, Obama 24%, Edwards 9%

October 3, 2007 Washington Post/ABC News: Clinton 53%, Obama 20%, Edwards 13%

October 3, 2007 AP/Ipsos: Clinton 40%, Obama 26%, Edwqrds 12%

October 3, 2007 Quinnipiac New York poll: Clinton 47%, Obama 15%, Edwards 7%, Gore 9%

October 2, 2007 Zogby New Hampshire poll: Clinton 38%, Obama 23%, Edwards 12%

October 2, 2007 Rasumssen South Carolina poll: Clinton 43%, Obama 30%, Edwards 10%

October 1, 2007 ARG Iowa poll: Clinton 30%, Obama 24%, Edwards 19%, Richardson 10%

October 1, 2007 ARG New Hampshire poll: Clinton 41%, Obama 22%, Edwards 10%, Richardson 8%

October 1, 2007 ARG South Carolina poll: Clinton 41%, Obama 30%, Edwards 7%, Richardson 5%

September 29, 2007 Newsweek Iowa poll: All voters: Clinton 31%, Obama 25%, Edwards 21% Likely causes voters: Clinton 24%, Obama 28%, Edwards 22%, Richardson 10%, “Still, the poll suggests that Clinton’s supporters may be the strongest of the pack. .. Bill Clinton, is an unalloyed asset..

September 29, 2007 North Carolina poll: Clinton 37%, Obama 18%, Edwards 18%

September 27, 2007 Strategic Vision Iowa poll: Clinton 24%, Obama 21%, Edwards 22%, Richardson 13%

September 26, 2007 Quinnipiac New Jersey poll: Clinton 46%, Obama 15%

September 25, 2007 WMUR New Hampshire poll (pdf): Clinton 43%, Obama 20%, Edwards 12%

September 25, 2007 Capital Survey Alabama poll: Clinton 45%, Obama 25%

September 21, 2007 Mitchell Interactive Michigan poll: Clinton 33%, Obama 20%, Edwards 17%

September 21, 2007 Public Policy Institute California poll: Clinton 41%, Obama 23%, Edwards 14%

September 21, 2007 Harris Interactive Clinton 46%, Obama 25%, Edwards 14%

September 20, 2007 Pew poll (pdf): Clinton 42%, Obama 25%, Edwards 14%

September 20, 2007 ARG Florida poll: Clinton 47%, Obama 19%, Edwards 9%

September 20, 2007 ARG Colorado poll: Clinton 36%, Obama 20%, Edwards 19%

September 19, 2007 Reuters/Zobgy: Clinton 35%, Obama 21%

September 19, 2007 Cook Political Report: Clinton 33%, Obama 22%

September 19, 2007 Gallup: Clinton 47%, Obama 25%, Edwards 11%

September 19, 2007 Strategic Vision Ohio poll: Clinton 43%, Obama 23%, Edwards 11%

September 19, 2007 Strategic Vision Wisconsin poll: Clinton 44%, Obama 22%, Edwards 11%

September 18, 2007 CBS: Clinton 43%, Obama 22%

September 18, 2007 Rasmussen: Clinton 40%, Obama 17%, Edwards 14%, Richardson 11%

September 18, 2007 Franklin Pierce New Hampshire poll (pdf): Clinton 39%, Obama 19%, Edwards 12%, Richardson 11%

September 15, 2007 AP: Clinton 43%, Obama 23%

September 14, 2007 ARG: Clinton 39%, Obama 21%, Edwards 15%

September 14, 2007 ETV South Carolina poll: Clinton 29.2%, Obama 20.8%, Edwards 10.7%

September 14, 2007 Opinion Dynamics (pdf): Clinton 43%, Obama 24%, Edwards 13%

September 13, 2007 Insider Advantage Florida poll: Clinton 36%, Obama 18%, Edwards 8%, Biden 9%

September 13, 2007 MSNBC poll (pdf): Clinton 44%, Obama 23%, Edwards 16%

September 13, 2007 Washington Post/ABC News poll Clinton 41%, Obama 27%, Edwards 14%

September 12, 2007 Quinnipiac Florida poll: Clinton 42%, Obama 13%, Gore 12%, Edwards 9%

September 11, 2007 L.A. Times/Bloomberg South Carolina poll (PDF): Clinton 45%, Obama 27%, Edwards 7%

September 11, 2007 L.A. Times/Bloomberg New Hampshire poll (PDF): Clinton 35%, Obama 16%, Edwards 16%

September 11, 2007 L.A. Times/Bloomberg Iowa poll (PDF): Clinton 28%, Obama 19%, Edwards 23%, Richardson 10%

NOTES ON ABOVE 3 POLLS: Certain you will vote for your candidate: Iowa 41 yes, NH 46 yes, SC 54 yes; Second choice question is also listed; Likability questions too; Right experience Hillary 49 Iowa, 47 NH, 59 SC; Obama 7 Iowa, 8 NH, 9 SC; best at fighting terror, best at getting out of Iraq – lots of information in this poll.

September 11, 2007 CNN/Opinion Research poll: Clinton 46%, Obama 23%, Edwards 16% With Gore: Clinton 39%, Obama 20%, Edwards 15%, Gore 13%

Right experience to be President: Hillary 60%, Edwards 15%, Obama 9%; Most Likely to bring needed Change to U.S.: Hillary 42%, Obama 30%, Edwards 10%;

September 11, 2007 CBS/New York Times poll: Clinton 44%, Obama 26%, Edwards 17%>

September 11, 2007 Brown University poll: Clinton 35%, Obama 16%, Edwards 7%

September 10, 2007 Survey USA California poll: Clinton 51%, Obama 27%, Edwards 14%

September 10, 2007 Gallup: Clinton 43%, Obama 24%, Edwards 16% With Gore: Clinton 39%, Obama 19%, Gore 16%, Edwards 14%; Combined Responses: Clinton 63%, Obama 41%, Edwards 31%, Gore 28%; Head-to-Head: Clinton 63%, Obama 32%

September 8, 2007 Rasmussen daily: Clinton 45%, Obama 23%, Edwards 13%

September 6, 2007 Rasmussen: Clinton 43%, Obama 24%, Edwards 12%

September 6, 2007 Public Policy Polling North Carolina (home state of John Edwards) poll (pdf): Clinton 30, Obama 21%, Edwards 28%

September 6, 2007 Quinnipiac Ohio poll: Clinton 44%, Obama 15%, Edwards 11%

September 6, 2007 Keystone Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 38%, Obama 21%, Edwards 17%

September 6, 2007 ARG Michigan poll: Clinton 43%, Obama 21%, Edwards 14%

September 5, 2007 South Carolina poll:
Clinton 26, Obama 16, Edwards 10%

August 31, 2007 Detroit News Michigan poll: Clinton 40%, Obama 21%, Edwards 16%

August 30, 2007 ARG Iowa poll (in the field August 26-29): Clinton 28%, Obama 23%, Edwards 20%

August 30, 2007 ARG New Hampshire poll: Clinton 37%, Obama 17%, Edwards 14%

August 30, 2007 ARG South Carolina poll: Clinton 32%, Edwards 24%, Obama 21%

August 30, 2007 first Time Magazine Iowa poll (in the field August 22-25): Clinton 24%, Edwards 29%, Obama 22%, Richardson 11% “taken a week after Edwards’ seven-day, 31-stop bus tour of the state”

August 29, 2007 Rasmussen Daily Clinton 38%, Obama 20%, Edwards 18%

August 29, 2007 Strategic Vision New Jersey poll: Clinton 49%, Obama 22%, Edwards 8%, Richardson 5%

August 28, 2007 Rasmussen Daily: Edwards Closing in on Obama Clinton 40%, Obama 18%, Edwards 18%

August 27, 2007 Rasmussen Daily: Clinton 40%, Obama 21%, Edwards 17%

August 24, 2007 Opinion Dynamics: Clinton 38%, Obama 25%, Edwards 8%

August 23, 2007 Quinnipiac Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 42%, Gore 13%, Obama 12%, Edwards 8%

August 22, 2007 Gallup poll: Clinton 48%, Obama 25%, Edwards 13% Head to Head: Clinton 61%, Obama 34%

August 22, 2007 Gallup analysis: “Clinton’s current unfavorable ratings are in reality not much different from what other past candidates have had in the year they won the election. Second, her image has been more negative than positive several other times during the past 15 years, but often has recovered and could do so again.”

August 22, 2007 Rasmussen South Carolina poll Clinton 38%, Obama 30%, Edwards 13%

August 21, 2007 Zogby Iowa poll: Clinton 30%, Obama 19%, Edwards 23%, Richardson 10% “A wide majority of those likely Democratic caucus–goers said that, should a Democrat win the White House next year, they would prefer a return to the domestic and foreign policies of the Bill Clinton presidency. While 77% said they agreed with that idea, 16% disagreed. More than a third (36%) said they “strongly agreed” that that would be a good strategy for the next Democratic President.”

August 17, 2007 Rasmussen Florida poll: Clinton 43%, Obama 24%, Edwards 11%

August 17, 2007 Research 2000 Nevada poll: Clinton 33%, Obama 19%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 11%

August 17, 2007 Field California poll: Clinton 49%, Obama 19%, Edwards 10% “Sen. Hillary Clinton’s campaign is red-hot in California, driven by her wide popularity among the state’s female and Latino voters, according to a new poll released today…The New York senator has opened up a 30 percentage point lead over Illinois Sen. Barack Obama, challenging earlier predictions that California would be a competitive battleground for the Democrats ahead of the Feb. 5 primary…In California, it is Clinton’s appeal to women and Latino voters, strong from the start, that is crucial to her lead, DiCamillo said. But she has seen gains since the March poll in a fairly long list of sectors: Bay Area voters, college-educated voters, non-Hispanic white voters and younger voters. She has captured at least 40 percent of those subgroups, “an enviable profile,” …If Clinton “is hitting on all cylinders” in California, as DiCamillo described it, Obama has seen some early support erode.

August 16, 2007 CBS News Clinton 45%, Obama 25%, Edwards 14% “Sen. Barack Obama’s perceived lack of experience may be a huge obstacle to his chances of winning the Democratic presidential nomination… Clinton is also seen as being more electable than Obama, and some voters think Obama’s race and even his name may be a problem for him next November… More than half of voters (51 percent) think Obama, a first-term U.S. senator from Illinois, does not have the right kind of experience to be a good president, compared with 29 percent who think he does…

August 16, 2007 Public Policy Polling South Carolina poll (PDF): Clinton 36%, Obama 33%, Edwards 12%

August 15, 2007 Rasmussen New Hampshire poll: Clinton 37%, Obama 22%, Edwards 14%, Richardson 9% “…New York Senator Hillary Clinton leading Illinois Senator Barack Obama by fifteen percentage points, 37% to 22%. In fact, Obama is closer to the third and fourth place candidates than he is to the frontrunner.”

August 15, 2007 Battle Creek Enquirer Michigan poll: Clinton 45%, Obama 26%, Edwards 16%

August 15, 2007 Quinnipiac Clinton 36%, Obama 21%, Gore 15%, Edwards 9%>

August 14, 2007 ARG: Clinton 36%, Obama 21%, Edwards 16%, Richardson 7%

August 14, 2007 CNN/Opinion Research: Clinton 44%, Obama 24%, Edwards 16% With Gore: Clinton 40%, Obama 21%, Edwards 13%, Gore 11%; Strongest leader: Clinton 47%, Obama 22%, Edwards 13%; Most Honest: Clinton 28%, Obama 24%, Edwards 19%; Most Likeable: Clinton 31%, Obama 34%, Edwards 19%; Winning General Election: Clinton 55%, Obama 19%, Edwards 12%;
Right Experience: Clinton 59%, Obama 9%, Edwards 11%; Most qualified to be commander in Chief: Clinton 46%, Obama 13%, Edwards 15%, Most likely to bring needed change: Clinton 40%, Obama 27%, Edwards 15%; Clinton beats Ripublicans 72% yes, Obama 57% yes

August 13, 2007 Rasmussen Daily: Clinton 43%, Obama 23%, Edwards 12% “It is hard to see anything that will shake up the general dynamics of this race prior to the initial caucus and primary voting.”

August 10, 2007 Hart Research New Hampshire poll (pdf) Clinton 36%, Obama 19%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 12%

August 9, 2007 PhillyBurbs New Jersey poll: Clinton 45%, Obama 21%, Edwards 16%

August 8, 2007 University of Iowa, Iowa poll (pdf): Clinton 26.8, Obama 22.3, Edwards 22.1

August 8, 2007 Quinnipiac Florida poll: Clinton 43%, Obama 13%, Gore 11%, Edwards 8%

August 8, 2007 Quinnipiac Ohio poll: Clinton 41%, Obama 16%, Edwards 11%, Gore 8%

August 8, 2007 Quinnipiac Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 35%, Obama 19%, Gore 12%, Edwards 10%

August 7, 2007 Cook Political Report: Clinton 43%, Obama 23%, Edwards 10% With Gore: Clinton 39%, Obama 21, Gore 10%, Edwards 8%

August 7, 2007 Gallup: Clinton 48%, Obama 26%, Edwards 12% Better job as President – Clinton or Obama? Terrorism – Clinton 60%, Obama 33%; Relations with nations unfriendly to U.S.? – Clinton 60%, Obama 35% Iraq War? – Clinton 56%, Obama 36% Commander-In-Chief? Clinton 56%, Obama 36; Clinton vs Obama head-to-head Clinton 59%, Obama 36%; With Gore included: Clinton 42%, Obama 19%, Gore 18%, Edwards 10%; “New York Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton has significantly widened her lead over Illinois Sen. Barack Obama for the Democratic presidential nomination in the wake of a dispute over handling foreign policy, a USA TODAY/Gallup Poll finds… The 22-point gap between the two leaders is nearly double the margin found in the July 12-15 poll… Still, the new poll seems to reflect some success by Clinton in portraying her chief rival as inexperienced and naive on foreign policy. In a debate sponsored by CNN and YouTube two weeks ago, Obama said he would meet as president with such rogue leaders as Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran and Hugo Chávez of Venezuela. Clinton refused to make that pledge, saying, “I don’t want to be used for propaganda purposes.” Both campaigns spotlighted the exchange afterward. In the survey, Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents by overwhelming margins say Clinton would do a better job as president than Obama in handling terrorism, the Iraq war and relations with unfriendly nations. If the nomination comes down between the two, Clinton was preferred over Obama 59%-36%.”

August 6, 2007 Survey USA California poll: Clinton 51%, Obama 27%, Edwards 14% “John Edwards has flatlined in California, at 14% today, unchanged from June and July. Clinton now leads among female Demcratic primary voters by 41 points. She gets 62% of female votes in an 8-person field. In May and June, Obama ran ahead of Clinton among male Democrats, but in July and again today in August, Clinton leads among men by 4 points. Clinton has never led in California by fewer than 13 points in 6 SurveyUSA tracking polls, and today leads by 24 points.”

August 6, 2007 Rasmussen: Clinton 44%, Obama 22%, Edwards 13%

“New York Senator Hillary Clinton has been steadily gaining support since April in her quest for the Democratic Presidential nomination… While Clinton has been gaining support, her nearest challenger had been standing still for most of that time. Over the past week-and-a-half, however, Illinois Senator Barack Obama’s support has declined for the first time since April. .. This is the first time all year that Clinton has doubled Obama’s support in a full week’s polling sample.
.. These trends support the conclusion reached by Rasmussen Reports a week ago: Hillary Clinton is the default candidate of the Democratic Party and will win the nomination unless something dramatically shakes up the race. At the moment, it’s hard to imagine what that would be. The former First Lady is so well known that there aren’t likely to be many surprises and she has so far managed to skillfully avoid any dramatic campaign miscues that would give Obama or anyone else an opening. .. While nothing is inevitable, Clinton has much going for her in addition to being the solid frontrunner in the polls. She has been very successful with fundraising, has a professional campaign organization, is supported by the party establishment and even escaped relatively unscathed from her encounter with bloggers at the YearlyKos convention this past weekend. That crowd is generally to the left of Clinton politically but she appeared to handle the situation well and earn some grudging respect if not admiration.”

August 4, 2007 Newsweek: Clinton 44%, Obama 23%, Edwards 14%

August 4, 2007 Rasmussen: Clinton 45%, Obama 21%, Edwards 11%

August 4, 2007 ARG California: Clinton 35%, Obama 22%, Edwards 16%

August 3, 2007 Washington Post/ABC News Iowa poll: Clinton 26%, Obama 27%, Edwards 26%, Richardson 11% “Iowa is crucial to Edwards’s presidential aspirations… Asked which candidate has campaigned the hardest in Iowa, voters were as likely to name Clinton as Edwards… Clinton also was judged most often to be the strongest leader among the Democratic candidates and the one with the best chance of winning the 2008 general election. Thirty-five percent of likely caucus attendees rated her the most electable in the Democratic field, with Obama and Edwards in the low 20s…”

August 2, 2007 Pew: Clinton 40%, Obama 21%, Gore 12%, Edwards 11% “Clinton has made significant inroads into voter groups that had broadly supported Obama earlier in the year. For example, Clinton now leads Obama by more than two-to-one (41% vs. 17%) among Democratic-leaning independents… Younger voters continue to be one of the core segments of Obama’s base, though Clinton has widened her lead from 4-points to 12-points among Democratic voters under age 50. Clinton also has increased her advantage from 9 percentage points to 25 points among voters 50 to 64 years old, while also gaining among those 65 and older. … the liberal-conservative divide has largely disappeared…

August 2, 2007 Rasmussen Daily: Clinton 43%, Obama 21%, Edwards 12% “Senator Hillary Clinton reaching another new high-water mark in the race… Clinton is now viewed favorably by 82% of Democrats, Obama by 66%. Those figures include 43% with a Very Favorable opinion of Clinton. Thirty-three percent (33%) have such a positive view of Obama. Just 16% of Democrats have an unfavorable view of Clinton while 30% hold such a view of Obama. Among all voters, Clinton is viewed favorably by 49% and unfavorably by 48%. Those figures are in the middle of the range she’s occupied all year. Obama is viewed favorably by 48% of all voters, unfavorably by 45%. Those are the weakest ratings for Obama in 2007. In mid-July, he was viewed favorably by 54% of all voters.”

August 1, 2007 Wall Street Journal/NBC poll: Clinton 43%, Obama 22%, Edwards 13% “The current poll was conducted days after the Democratic candidates’ most-recent debate, in which Mrs. Clinton pointedly differed from Mr. Obama in saying that if elected she wouldn’t commit to meet with several world leaders antagonistic to the U.S. during her first year in office. The two continued to verbally joust over the issue for days; she at one point called him “irresponsible and frankly naive,” while he compared her position to a similar stand by President Bush, calling it “Bush-Cheney Lite.” The Clinton campaign’s effort to underscore her experience in government is paying off, according to the survey.”

August 1, 2007 ARG Iowa poll: Clinton 30%, Edwards 21%, Obama 15%, Richardson 13%

August 1, 2007 ARG New Hampshire poll: Clinton 31%, Obama 31%, Edwards 14%

August 1, 2007 ARG South Carolina poll: Clinton 29%, Obama 33%, Edwards 18%“Other polls have shown Clinton leading in South Carolina.”

July 30, 2007 Rasmussen weekly tracking: Clinton 41%, Obama 24%, Edwards 14% “The bottom line is that the Democrats will nominate Hillary Clinton unless Barack Obama can show them a definitive reason to change their mind. To use a boxing analogy, Obama needs a knock-out punch because Clinton will win the bout on points.”

July 27, 2007 Mason-Dixon Florida poll (pdf): Clinton 31%, Obama 17%, Edwards 12%

July 27, 2007 Rasmussen daily: Clinton 42%, Obama 23%, Edwards 14%

July 27, 2007 Hotline (pdf): Clinton 39%, Obama 30%, Edwards 11%

Jully 27, 2007 Research 2000 Iowa poll: Edwards 27%, Clinton 22%, Obama 16%, Richardson 11%

July 26, 2007 Rasmussen Daily: Clinton 41%, Obama 23%, Edwards 15% “That’s her highest total yet. In the race for the Democratic Presidential nomination, the former First Lady holds a commanding 18-point lead over Illinois Senator Barack Obama.”

July 25, 2007 Insider Advantage South Carolina post-debate poll: Clinton 42.8, Obama 27.6, Edwards 12.8% Southern Political Report: “These results now reflect the some 15% spread between Clinton and Obama shown in other recent surveys in South Carolina. More importantly, they beg a strategy by Obama to find a way to win back African-American support and to find a way to expand his support among whites.”

July 23, 2007 Rasmussen Daily: Clinton 40%, Obama 22%, Edwards 14% “New York Senator Hillary Clinton hit the 40% mark for the second time in three days.”

July 23, 2007 Quinnipiac Florida poll: Clinton 36%, Gore 14%, Obama 14%, Edwards 9%

July 23, 2007 Washington Post: Clinton 45%, Obama 30%, Edwards 12% “Clinton enjoys a substantial edge over Obama among the 4 in 10 Democrats who said that in assessing presidential candidates, strength and experience are more important than new ideas or a new direction. Even among the 51 percent who prefer a change-oriented candidate, the core message of Obama’s campaign, Clinton runs even with him.”

It may be equally important that Clinton’s initial support for the Iraq war is not proving a significant impediment to her bid. Clinton has drawn criticism this year for refusing to apologize for her 2002 vote authorizing the use of force, but the poll shows her leading among Democrats who support a deadline for withdrawing U.S. forces as well as those who oppose a deadline. She has a 51 percent to 29 percent lead over Obama among those in favor of a complete, immediate withdrawal….

Clinton is a polarizing figure, which has raised questions about whether she could win a general election. But Democrats appear to dismiss that argument. Asked which Democratic candidate has the best chance of winning the general election in November 2008, 54 percent said Clinton, more than twice the percentage saying Obama (22 percent). Nine percent think former senator John Edwards (N.C.) would be most likely to win. Among Democratic-leaning independents, 44 percent said Clinton, 25 percent Obama and 11 percent Edwards….Clinton leads among both women and men in the new poll, holds a 30-point advantage among those from households with incomes under $50,000 and has a 2 to 1 lead among those with an education of a high school diploma or less.

July 20, 2007 PoliticsNJ New Jersey poll: Clinton 46%, Obama 20%, Edwards 10%

July 20, 2007 CNN South Carolina poll: Hillary 43%, Obama 27%, Edwards 17% “Deep ties through her husband’s presidency are helping Clinton, who has lagged Obama in building an organization in South Carolina. Obama had been expected to do well in South Carolina, where half of the early voting state’s Democratic voters are black.”

July 20, 2007 Rasmussen: Clinton 38%, Obama 27%, Edwards 13%

July 20, 2007 New York Times/CBS News: Clinton 43%, Obama 24%, Edwards 16% “A new CBS News/New York Times poll out Thursday shows 63 percent of voters believe it’s likely that Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton will be elected the first woman president in U.S. history if she wins her party’s nomination. While opinions about the New York senator are strongly divided by gender, majorities of both men (59 percent) and women (65 percent) surveyed think it’s very or somewhat likely Clinton will win the presidency. Even most Republicans (53 percent) think Clinton will win — as do 77 percent of Democrats.”

July 20, 2007 New York Times/CBS News: “The latest New York Times/CBS News poll shows a broad majority of Americans — 68 percent of respondents — think Hillary Clinton is a good role model for women.
Sixty-six percent of men and 70 percent of women who responded to the poll call Mrs. Clinton a good role model for women. Single and younger women are more likely to call Mrs. Clinton a good role model than married or older women are – though majorities in all groups say so. More than six in 10 married women and more than three in four single women call her a good role model. More than seven in 10 women under age 45 say she’s a good role model; it’s six in 10 among women over age 64.”

July 19, 2007 Fox N_ws poll (pdf): Clinton 41%, Obama 25%, Edwards 12% with Gore: Clinton 39%, Obama 23%, Edwards 9%, Gore 9%

July 19, 2007 ARG Colorado poll: Clinton 39%, Obama 23%, Edwards 10%

July 19, 2007 Rasmussen Daily: Clinton 35%, Obama 28%, Edwards 13%

July 18, 2007 Rasmussen Daily: Clinton 37%, Obama 25%, Edwards 14%

July 18, 2007 CNN/WMUR New Hampshire poll: Clinton 36%, Obama 27% Richardson 11%, Edwards 9%With Gore: Clinton 33%, Obama 25%, Richardson 10%, Edwards 8%, Gore 8%; Would not support under any Circumstances: Clinton 16%, Obama 15%, Edwards 24%; Which candidate has the BEST chance of defeating the Republican candidate in 2008 general election?: Clinton 47%, Obama 17%, Gore 10%, Edwards 9%

July 17, 2007 Rasmussen Daily: Clinton 37%. Obama 25%. Edwards 14%

July 17, 2007 Gallup: Clinton 40%, Obama 28%, Edwards 13% with Gore: Clinton 34%, Obama 25%, Gore 16%, Edwards 9%;

July 17, 2007 Associated Press (pdf): Clinton 36%, Obama 20%, Gore 15%, Edwards 11%

July 17, 2007 Zogby: Clinton 37%, Obama 25%, Edwards 11%

“The survey shows Clinton has picked up steam, especially among younger Democratic voters. She wins 59% support among those aged 18–29, up 10% since late May. Meanwhile, Edwards has lost significant ground in the same demographic. In fact, lower tier candidate Dennis Kucinich, at 6% among those under age 30, has more support than Edwards in that group.”

“Clinton has also maintained her base of support among moderates, while expanding her support among progressives to 36%, up from 31% two months ago. Her backing among progressives appears to come out of Obama’s liberal base, as he has slipped from 35% to 27% in that group.”

July 17, 2007 ARG Florida poll: Clinton 45%, Obama 25%, Edwards 9%

July 16, 2007 Rasmussen: Clinton 38%, Obama 25%, Edwards 13% “Clinton’s popularity among voters is currently at the high end of the relatively narrow range measured throughout 2007. Overall, 52% view her favorably, a figure that includes 84% of Democrats. Obama’s ratings are steady—54% favorable and 37% unfavorable. Seventy-three percent (73%) of Democrats offer a positive assessment of Obama while 22% voice a negative view.”

July 16, 2007 Southern Political Report Georgia poll: Clinton 35%, Obama 27%, Edwards 16%

July 15, 2007 Research 2000 New Hampshire poll: Clinton 33%, Obama 25%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 7%

July 13, 2007 ARG poll: Clinton 38%, Obama 25%, Edwards 16%

July 13, 2007 Rasmussen poll: Clinton 38%, Obama 26%, Edwards 13%

“Clinton has been gaining ground steadily in recent months. This week’s poll support of 38% matches her average for the preceding four weeks. During the four weeks before that, she averaged 35%. That figure itself was up three points from the preceding four weeks total of 32%.”

July 12, 2007 WARNING, though released today the polling was in the field on May 10-13, 2007 Time Magazine, Pulsar Research poll (PDF, page 84): Clinton 33%, Obama 26%, Gore 20%, Edwards 12%.

July 12, 2007 Quinnipiac Ohio poll: Clinton 35%, Obama 17%, Edwards 12%, Gore 12%

July 11, 2007 Strategic Vision (R) Pennsylvania poll: Clinton 36%, Obama 25%, Edwards 12%, Richardson 8%

July 11, 2007 Strategic Vision (R) Michigan poll: Clinton 32%, Obama 25%, Edwards 16%

July 10, 2007 ARG Obama Home State of Illinois poll stunner: Clinton 33%, Obama 37%, Edwards 10%.

Chicago Sun-Times: “White House hopeful Barack Obama does not have a lock on the primary in his home state, according to a new American Research Group Illinois poll. The ARG poll–600 telephone interviews of likely Democratic voters and 509 people who said they were Democrats and 91 who said they were Independents–was taken between July 6-9. That period includes all the upbeat publicity Obama gained in the Illinois press coming in first in the money primary.”

July 9, 2007 USA Today/Gallup Poll: Clinton 37%, Obama 21%, Gore 16%, Edwards 13%; Without Gore: Clinton 42%, Obama 26%, Edwards 16%.

July 6, 2007 Newsweek poll: Clinton 56%, Obama 33%.

[See more about this poll, below, at Hillary Headlines.]

July 5, 2007 Quinnipiac New Jersey poll: Clinton 37%, Gore 18%, Obama 15%, Edwards 6%

July 3, 2007 Survey USA California poll: Clinton 49%, Obama 24%, Edwards 14%

July 2, 2007 ARG Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina polls: Iowa: Clinton 32%, Obama 13%, Edwards 29%; New Hampshire: Clinton 34%, Obama 25%, Edwards 11%; South Carolina: Clinton 37%, Obama 21%, Edwards 22%

July 2, 2007 Rasmussen New Hampshire poll: Clinton 38%, Obama 21%, Edwards 10%, Richardson 9% “In a broad sense, the results are very similar to national polling on the Democratic race…Clinton enjoys an advantage in national polling among women, but the margin is even bigger in New Hampshire. The former First Lady attracts support from 47% of women in New Hampshire. All of the other candidates combined attract just 40% support from women.”

July 2, 2007 Rasmussen: Clinton 39%, Obama 26%, Edwards 13% “New York Senator Hillary Clinton is building an even bigger lead in the race for the Democratic Presidential nomination.”

June 30, 2007 CBS News poll (pdf): Clinton 48%, Obama 24%, Edwards 11%“Clinton leads among both men and women who say they will vote in a Democratic primary. She also enjoys stronger support than Obama among liberals, while among moderates they run about evenly.”

June 29, 2007 Fox N_ws poll (pdf): Clinton 42%, Obama 19%, Gore 14%, Edwards 10% Without Gore: Clinton 47%, Obama 21%.

June 28, 2007 New Hampshire – Suffolk University for WHDH TV poll: Clinton 37%, Obama 19%, Edwards 9%, Richardson 9% “Clinton picked up nine percentage points from when the same poll questioned voters in February.”

June 28, 2007 Gallup: “A new USA TODAY/Gallup Poll indicates that Hispanics, by nearly 3 to 1, say they’re Democrats or lean that way. Of those, 59 percent support the New York senator over her presidential rivals – her strongest showing among any major demographic group and a huge potential asset for early contests in Nevada, Florida, California and other states with large Hispanic populations.”

June 27, 2007 Qunnipiac – Florida, Ohio, Pennsylvania state polls: Florida: Clinton 38%, Obama 15%, Edwards 8%, Gore 13%; Ohio: Clinton 40%, Obama 12%, Edwards 12%, Gore 12%; Pennsylvania: Clinton 32%, Obama 18%, Gore 16%, Edwards 7%

Without Gore:

Florida: Clinton 43%, Obama 16%, Edwards 11%;

Ohio: Clinton 46%, Obama 14%, Edwards 15%;

Pennsylvania: Clinton 38%, Obama 22%, Edwards 10%.

“Sen. Clinton’s numbers are as reliable as a Swiss watch. Her support and lead remain rock solid among the Democrats in these key states.”

June 26, 2007 Siena College New York poll: Clinton 43%, Obama 11%, Edwards 9%, Gore 19%.

June 26, 2007 Cook Political Report (pdf) poll: Clinton 32%, Obama 22%, Edwards 11%. Note, Hillary at 51% when combined 1st and 2nd choice are included.

June 25, 2007 Updated and Corrected CNN/Opinion Research poll: Clinton 43%, Obama 25%, Edwards 17% With Gore: Clinton 35%, Obama 23%, Gore 16%, Edwards 13%

June 25, 2007 Survey and Policy Institute California poll (pdf): Clinton 37%, Obama 15%, Edwards 15%. “With overwhelming support among women and non-white voters,New York Sen. Hillary Clinton holds a commanding lead in the California Democratic Party primary, while former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards and Illinois Sen. Barak Obama are tied in a distant second.”

June 25, 2007 Clinton 37%, Obama 25%, Edwards 13%.

“For the sixth straight week, New York Senator Hillary Clinton is in the mid-30s…However, she has been at 35% or above for six of the past seven weeks… Clinton is viewed favorably by 80% of Democrats while 69% have a favorable opinion of Obama and 73% say the same about Edwards.

June 25, 2007 Mason-Dixon Nevada poll: Clinton 39%, Obama 17%, Edwards 12%.

June 23, 2007 MSNBC/Newsweek Princeton Survey Research: Clinton 43%, Obama 27%, Edwards 14%

Lot of information with RedState/BlueState and head to head and Bloomberg included numbers.

June 23, 2007 ARG Nevada poll: Clinton 40%, Obama 16%, Edwards 16%.

June 21, 2007 Strategic Vision Florida poll: Clinton 37%, Obama 21%, Edwards 20%

June 20, 2007 ARG Nevada poll: Clinton 40%, Obama 16%, Edwards 16%.

June 20, 2007 Quinnipiac New York poll: Clinton 44%, Gore 18%, Obama 14%, Edwards 6%

June 19, 2007 Mason-Dixon Iowa poll: Clinton 22%, Obama 18%, Edwards 21%.

June 19, 2007 Cook Political Report: Clinton 30%, Obama 20%, Edwards 13%.

June 18, 2007 Rasmussen: Clinton 38%, Obama 27%, Edwards 16%

“Stability remains the key defining factor of the race, although Clinton seems to solidifying her position as frontrunner.”

June 18, 2007 Gallup Poll: Clinton 39%, Obama 26%, Edwards 13%; With Gore included – Clinton 33%, Obama 21%, Gore 18%, Edwards 11%; Head to head Clinton vs. Obama: Clinton 53%, Obama 42%

June 14, 2007 Gallup Retracts Last poll: “We have a Gallup poll now in the field, with results to be reported early next week. Preliminary indications are that this poll will find Clinton back in her typical leadership position as she has been for the most part this year.” and “It looks as if the June 1-3 USA Today/Gallup poll either picked up a short term change, or as noted here, was a function of unusual sampling which happened to pick up Democrats who were more pro-Obama than the underlying population.” and “Sen. Hillary Clinton is maintaining or strengthening her lead for the presidential nomination over Sen. Barack Obama among Democrats.”

June 14, 2007 NBC (pdf) poll: Clinton 39%, Obama 25%, Edwards 15% Politico notes: “There’s an interesting number buried in the weeds of the new NBC/WSJ poll (.pdf, q.15), one that could be troubling for Obama, if taken at face value. The question asks Democrats which “one or two of the following qualities would you most like to have in the Democratic nominee for president?” “Being knowledgeable and experienced enough to handle the presidency” gets 39 percent. “Being inspirational and an exciting choice for president” gets 6 percent.

June 13, 2007 ARG poll: Clinton 39%, Obama 19%, Edwards 13% “Support for Barack Obama has dropped 12 percentage points from March.”

June 13, 2007 Quinnipiac: Clinton 35%, Obama 21%, Gore 18%, Edwards 9% “It’s still early, but Sen. Hillary Clinton just keeps rolling along. Either something – like Iowa – will dislodge her or else she’s the nominee. Should we start asking about vice-presidents?”

Politico notes: “There’s an interesting number buried in the weeds of the new NBC/WSJ poll (.pdf, q.15), one that could be troubling for Obama, if taken at face value. The question asks Democrats which “one or two of the following qualities would you most like to have in the Democratic nominee for president?” “Being knowledgeable and experienced enough to handle the presidency” gets 39 percent. “Being inspirational and an exciting choice for president” gets 6 percent.”

June 12, 2007 Rasmussen: Clinton 37%, Obama 25%, Edwards 11% “Clinton is supported by 37% of voters in this week’s poll, up three points from last week. She has been within three points of the 35% level in fifteen of the last 16 weekly updates.”

June 12, 2007 Fairleigh Dickinson, New Jersey poll: Clinton 39%, Obama 19%

June 11, 2007 Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg poll: Clinton 33%, Obama 22%, Gore 15%, Edwards 8%. “On the Democratic side of the ledger, the race remains stuck in place: Hillary Clinton is the party’s solid favorite; Barack Obama runs a solid, but clearly distant, second.”

June 11, 2007 Union Leader New Hampshire poll (CNN/WMUR): Clinton 36%, Obama 22%, Gore 12%, Edwards 12%. “According to a new CNN/WMUR poll released this afternoon by the cable network, Sen. Hillary Clinton’s lead among New Hampshire Democrats increased after last week’s debates, co-sponsored by the New Hampshire Union Leader. Clinton holds a 14-point lead over Barack Obama. John Edwards stumbled badly, losing almost half his support according to the survey conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center.”

June 11, 2007 Miami Herald Florida poll (pdf): Clinton 36%, Obama 16%, Edwards 11%

June 9, 2007 AP Ipsos Poll: Clinton 33%, Obama 21%, Gore 20%, Edwards 12%

June 9, 2007 MSNBC Mason-Dixon Poll: Clinton 26%, Obama 21%, Edwards 18%

June 9, 2007 Rocky Mountain poll: Clinton 26%, Obama 22%, Gore 13%, Edwards 7%

June 8, 2007 Fox N_ws Poll (PDF format): Clinton 36%, Obama 23%, Gore 14%, Edwards 12%; Without Gore: Clinton 41%, Obama 26%, Edwards 15%

June 7, 2007 Quinnipiac Florida Poll: Clinton 34%, Obama 16%, Gore 13%, Edwards 11%

June 7, 2007Keystone Pennyslyvania Poll: Clinton 40%, Edwards 21%, Obama 18%

[See our Poll Page for additional polls.]

Note: There is a new national poll which shows a statistical dead heat between Hillary and Obama. The poll is universally panned as an outlier. First of all the margin of error is high but most important the sample includes huge (one quarter) number of independents. Read Marc Ambinder of “The Atlantic” comments. ” it’s hard to justify including so many independents in such a fairly small sample.”

June 5, 2007 WBZ (CBS) New Hampshire: (PDF) Clinton 38%, Obama 16%, Edwards 13%, Gore 10% “Clinton’s support is made more
solid by her strong standing among registered Democrats and registered Independents,
as well as her strong standing among male and female Democratic primary voters.”

June 5, 2007 CBS California: Clinton 46%, Obama 28%, Edwards 14%

June 4, 2007 Rasmussen: Clinton 34%, Obama 26%, Edwards 15%. “Among Presidential hopefuls, this is the fifth straight week that Clinton has been at 34% or 35%. She has been within three points of the 35% level in fourteen of the last 15 weekly updates.”

June 3, 2007 Washington Post poll without Gore: Clinton 42%, Obama 27%, Edwards 11%. With Gore included in poll: Clinton 35%, Obama 23%, Gore 17%, Edwards 8%. “Clinton’s lead remains steady over her two principal challengers, Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois and former senator John Edwards of North Carolina, and the poll contains troubling news for both. Obama’s support has softened noticeably, highlighting the challenge he faces in turning high interest in his candidacy into votes. Edwards, meanwhile, has lost ground nationally over the past few months.”

June 1, 2007 South Carolina Clinton 29.2%, Obama 20.8%, Edwards 10.7%

May 31, 2007 New York: Clinton 42%, Obama 13%, Gore 13%

May 31, 2007Pennsylvania: Clinton 33%, Gore 16%, Obama 13%, Edwards 11%

May 29, 2007Iowa Clinton 31%, Obama 11%, Edwards 25%; New Hampshire Clinton 34%, Obama 15%, Edwards 18%; South Carolina Clinton 34%, Obama 18%, Edwards 30%

May 29, 2007Clinton 35%, Obama 26%, Edwards 14%. “The stability of her support has become the defining feature of the Democratic Presidential competition. In fact, over the past three months, the former First Lady’s support has stayed within three points of the 35% mark in every weekly Rasmussen Reports poll except one.”

May 25, 2007 CBS News: Clinton 46%, Obama 24%, Edwards 14%

May 23, 2007 The Hotline/Diageo poll: Clinton 31%, Obama 21%, Gore 10%

May 21, 2007 Clinton 35%, Obama 25%, Edwards 18%

May 18, 2007 “A statistical analysis of polls from the battleground states suggest that Hillary Clinton has the best chance to win a general election against the Republicans. USAElectionPolls.com has analyzed all of the states polls taken this calendar year and found that Hillary Clinton’s lead over rival candidates are about 7% higher in the battleground states than in non-battleground states. The web site explains that it is essential for the Democrats to do well in the following states: Florida, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. And to do so, they explain that one needs to choose the Democratic candidate that can do the best in these states.

For more information, go to usaelectionpolls.com/

May 18, 2007 Gallup: Clinton 35% Obama 26%, Gore 16%, Edwards 12%

May 18, 2007 New Hampshire: Clinton 28%, Obama 26%, Edwards 15%

May 18, 2007> (PDF) Iowa: Clinton 28%, Edwards 26%, Obama 22%

May 16, 2007 Cook Political Report/RT Strategies poll Hillary Clinton leading Barack Obama 32-24% (release)

May 16, 2007 Florida: Strategic Vision (R) poll Clinton 37%, Obama 20%, Edwards 19% (release).

May 16, 2007 Ohio Quinnipiac Poll: Clinton 38%, Obama 19%, Edwards 11%, Gore 10%

May 16, 2007 Harris Poll: Clinton 40%, Obama 27%, Gore 13%, Edwards 12%

May 14, 2007
Hillary Clinton leads among women (54% of likely Democratic primary voters) with 47%. Clinton 39% Obama 22%, John Edwards 19%.

May 13, 2007 Happy Mothers Day from Florida: Clinton 42%, Obama 19%, Edwards 12% “Hillary is very close to pulling this primary away,” said pollster Tom Eldon, noting that even among African-American Florida Democrats Clinton had a comfortable lead over Obama.”

May 11, 2007 Connecticut: Clinton 28%, Obama 20%, Gore 13%, Edwards 8%

May 9, 2007 Florida: Clinton 45%, Obama 17%, Edwards 14%; California: Clinton 37%, Obama 28%, Edwards 15%; Michigan: Clinton 38%, Obama 25%, Edwards 14%

May 9, 2007 Strategic Vision (R) poll: Wisconsin Clinton 38%, Obama 25% (news release)

May 9, 2007 Marist Poll: Clinton 35%, Obama 17%, Edwards 15%; Hillary supporters 60% firmly committed.

May 8, 2007 Clinton 38%, Obama 23%, Gore 14%, Edwards 12%; without Gore Hillary 45%, Obama 27%, Edwards 14%; head to head Hillary 56%, Obama 37%

May 8, 2007 California: Clinton 48%, Obama 27%, Edwards 15%

May 8, 2007 Alabama poll: Clinton 37%, Obama 21%, Gore 9%, Edwards 9%

May 7, 2007 CNN (Pdf): Clinton 38%, Obama 24%, Gore 12%, Edwards 12%

May 7, 2007 First Primary State New Hampshire: Clinton 40%, Obama 24%, Edwards 22%

May 7, 2007 Rasmussen: Clinton 34%, Obama 26%, Edwards 16%May 7, 2007 Review Journal on early primary state Nevada: Clinton 37%, Obama 12%, Edwards 13%

May 6, 2007 Newsweek: Clinton 52%, Obama 38%; Clinton 63%, Edwards 32%

May 4, 2007 Strategic Vision (R) poll of NJ primary voters: Hillary 40%, Obama 23%, Edwards 12%.

May 3, 2007 Quinnipiac national poll: Clinton 32%, Obama 18%, Gore 14%, Edwards 12%.

May 1, 2007, Iowa: Hillary 23, Edwards 27, Obama 19

New Hampshire: Hillary 37, Obama 14, Edwards 26

South Carolina: Hillary 36, Obama 24, Edwards 18

May 1, 2007, Iowa: Hillary 23, Edwards 27, Obama 19

New Hampshire: Hillary 37, Obama 14, Edwards 26

South Carolina: Hillary 36, Obama 24, Edwards 18


April 27, 2007, Ohio: Hillary 37%, Obama 14%, Edwards 13%
Florida: Hillary 36%, Obama 13%, Edwards 11%Pennsylvania: Hillary 36%, Obama 14%, Edwards 13%April 26, 2007, Pew Research Center poll: Hillary 34%, Obama 24%, John Edwards 18%.

April 26, 2007, League of Conservation Voters poll of South Carolina Democrats. April 14-19 by Ayers McHenry & Associates (R firm) and Hamilton Beattie & Staff (D firm). Clinton: 31, Obama: 27, Edwards: 16.

April 25, 2007 California: A new Moore Methods survey of 800 likely Democratic voters in the state gives New York Sen. Hillary Clinton a lead over Illinois Sen. Barack Obama, 31 percent to 21 percent, with former North Carolina Sen. John Edwards at 19 percent.

April 24, 2007, From Hotline: “A Zogby poll of SC primary voters has Hillary Clinton leading Barack Obama 33-26% and John McCain leading Rudy Giuliani 22-19%. John Edwards and Fred Thompson place third with 21% and 11%, respectively (release).”

April 22, 2007, Alabama Democrats Support Hillary “About one-third of those surveyed last week said they would be most likely to back U.S. Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, D-N.Y., in next year’s primary election, while one-quarter are ready to support U.S. Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill. Running a distant third with 12 percent was former U.S. Sen. John Edwards.”

April 20, 2007, (PDF file) Fox Poll Has Hillary Beating Obama by 21 points, 41% to 20%, Gore at 16%, Edwards at 12%.

April 20, 2007, Hotline Reports: A Strategic Vision poll of PA voters has Hillary leading Obama 33-23%.

April 20, 2007 Hotline Reports: Another Strategic Vision poll of Michigan voters has Hillary leading Obama 29-24% (release).

April 19, 2007 – Washington Post Poll has Hillary beating Obama by 17 points 37% to 20%.

April, 18, 2007 – Hillary leads Obama in early primary state New Jersey 41% to 22%.

Cook Political Report/RT Strategies national survey of 807 registered voters (conducted 3/29 through 4/1) finds: Senator Hillary Clinton (at 41%) leads former Sen. John Edwards (19%) and Sen. Barack Obama (17%) in a national primary.

An InsiderAdvantage/Majority Opinion poll of TN Dems has Hillary Clinton leading Barack Obama 35%-20% (release).

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