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3 Polls Show Obama Leads by Double Digits

Sunday, 06 Jan 2008 08:08 PM

Three new polls released this weekend show a dramatic shift in voter sentiment for Sen. Barack Obama over Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton.

All polls show the Illinois senator opening a double-digit lead over the former first lady.

A new USA Today/Gallup Poll released Sunday showed Obama now leading Clinton by 13 points.

Here are the Gallup numbers:

Democrats

  • Obama: 41%

  • Clinton: 28%

  • John Edwards

  • Bill Richardson: 6%

  • No one else above 3%.

    Republicans

  • John McCain: 34%

  • Mitt Romney: 30%

  • Mike Huckabee: 13%

  • Ron Paul: 8%

  • Rudy Giuliani: 8%

  • No one else above 3%.

    A CNN/WMUR poll of New Hampshire completed this weekend showed similar trends:

    Democrats

  • Obama: 39%

  • Clinton: 29%

  • Edwards: 16%

  • Richardson: 7%

  • No one else above 2%.

    Republicans

  • McCain: 32%

  • Romney: 26%

  • Huckabee: 14%

  • Giuliani: 11%

  • Paul: 10%

  • No one else above 1%.

    The Rasmussen poll out early this weekend first indicated the dramatic shift to Obama:

    Democrats

  • Obama: 39%

  • Clinton: 27%

  • Edwards: 18%

  • Richardson: 8%

  • No one else above 3%.

    Republicans

  • McCain: 32%

  • Romney: 30%

  • Paul: 11%

  • Huckabee: 11%

  • Giuliani: 9%

  • Fred Thompson: 4%

  • No one else above 2%.

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