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August 28, 2007 12:52 AM UTC

Clinton Winning in Swing States

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  • by: mountain man

August 27, 2007
POLL: SurveyUSA Clinton GEs in 12 States

Via DailyKos, new SurveyUSA automated surveys testing Sen. Hillary Clinton against former Mayor Rudy Giuliani, former Sen. Fred Thompson, and former Gov. Mitt Romney in statewide general election match-ups (conducted 8/10 through 8/12) find:

Alabama:
Clinton 44%, Giuliani 50%
Clinton 47%, Thompson 49%
Clinton 48%, Romney 46%

California:
Clinton 56%, Giuliani 39%
Clinton 59%, Thompson 34%
Clinton 60%, Romney 32%

Iowa:
Clinton 52%, Giuliani 40%
Clinton 53%, Thompson 40%
Clinton 51%, Romney 42%

Kentucky:
Clinton 49%, Giuliani 44%
Clingon 51%, Thompson 44%
Clinton 53%, Romney 41%

Minnesota:
Clinton 47%, Giuliani 44%
Clinton 50%, Thompson 41%
Clinton 52%, Romney 36%

Missouri:
Clinton 46%, Giuliani 47%
Clinton 48%, Thompson 46%
Clinton 49%, Romney 43%

New Mexico:
Clinton 49%, Giuliani 43%
Clinton 52%, Thompson 40%
Clinton 53%, Romney 38%

Ohio:
Clinton 48%, Giuliani 45%
Clinton 50%, Thompson 43%
Clinton 51%, Romney 40%

Oregon:
Clinton 52%, Giuliani 42%
Clinton 53%, Thompson 41%
Clinton 57%, Romney 37%

Virginia:
Clinton 49%, Giuliani 46%
Clinton 51%, Thompson 42%
Clinton 53%, Romney 39%

Washington:
Clinton 55%, Giuliani 40%
Clinton 57%, Thompson 38%
Clinton 57%, Romney 36%

Wisconsin:
Clinton 46%, Giuliani 46%
Clinton 48%, Thompson 45%
Clinton 49%, Romney 42%

http://www.pollster….

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10 thoughts on “Clinton Winning in Swing States

  1. These numbers in Kentucky, Missouri, and Virginia are very surprising. Good for the Clinton Campaign. This only goes to show what 7 years of uncontrolled  Republican corruption can do for one of “their” least liked Democrats (many how much the R’s proclaim that people hate Clinton).

    I wonder how the rest of our field is polling those states. Does Obama, Edwards, Biden or Richardson pull ahead of the R’s by a larger percentage in any of those states?

      1. I wouldn’t be so sure; especially with Richardson and Edwards in their localities.  Clinton may be the front runner, but there are going to be pockets throughout the US where another candidate can hold the lead. Just look at where Gore is in Michigan, who is polling ahead of Clinton. http://www.pollster….

        While Clinton is losing in Kansas, she’s kicking ass in NY. So much for America’s Mayor. This should tell people a lot of what NY thinks of Rudy Giuliani. http://www.pollster….

    1. Apparently, they only polled Clinton this time around; their September polls will switch out a few combinations (probably removing Romney, since he polls universally poorly…), and hopefully we’ll see Obama and/or Edwards numbers in the next go-round.

      Their excuse is that the survey was a bit on the long side and they didn’t want to make it significantly longer.

  2. In the top tier Senate rankins — 8/07

    2. Colorado (Open – R)
    I have to fight the urge to get overconfident on this one, but Democrat Mark Udall is heavily favored. Presumptive Republican nominee and former Rep. Bob Schaffer is a third-string wignut who even claimed recently that he hadn’t announced whether he’s running (he has).

    1. and looking the 2008 Senate races that are targets (21 as of now!) only makes me think of the possibilities for the future.  Which Democratic Presidential candidates gives down ticket Dems a better chance?

      1. Obama, plus the “more experienced” Dems – Dodd and Biden – probably give the biggest down-ticket updraft.  Edwards has been speaking out boldly as a Progressive, and Clinton still has a lot of baggage that will prevent some crossover voters from electing Dems – especially if they see her as winning.  Obama has been largely preaching mutual respect, and Dodd and Biden have moderate and/or statesman reputations.

    2. Kos seems to think that former NH Gov. Jean Shaheen will step into the NH-Sen race this year.  That would be a blow-out victory for Democrats no matter who does the evaluating.

      Colorado is second, but is to be considered first if you discount “what ifs”.

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