Friday, December 05, 2003
Dean Leads in New Florida Poll (South Carolina too) http://www.dailykos.com/story/2003/12/5/102032/784
From the St. Petersburg Times/Miami Herald. Seems to be no trend lines yet.Nice job, Paul! JUST NOTICED: Anna has a great post on Florida here as well!
Dec. 1-3 MOE +/- 5.3%
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In hypothetical head-to-head matchups with the five leading Democrats, Bush would beat any of them by eight to 18 percentage points. Dean and Clark came the closest: Each trailed the president by eight points.
Update: Bush's re-elect number, at 43 percent, is good news for the Dems.
Clark is strongest in Pinellas County, with 24.2 percent of voters favored Clark, with Dean and Gephardt at 12.2 percent each.
In Hillsborough County, Dean led the pack with 23.8 percent, followed by Gephardt with 16.7 percent and Clark with 14.3 percent.
Update 2:Dean has a small lead in the new Zogby poll out of South Carolina:
Dean 11 percent, Lieberman 9 percent, Clark 9 percent, Edwards 7 percent, Al Sharpton 7 percent, Gephardt 7 percent, Kerry 4 percent, Braun 3 percent, and Kucinich 3 percent. (J A)
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