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Super Tuesday Polls Favor McCain, Hillary

Thursday, 31 Jan 2008 01:26 PM

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A survey of the latest polling data in key Super Tuesday states shows Senator Hillary Clinton and Senator John McCain ahead by wide margins.

Here's the run-down:

Alabama

McCain 27%
Romney 15%

Hillary 43%
Obama 28%

Arizona

McCain 40%
Romney 23%

Hillary 37%
Obama 27%

California

McCain 39%
Romney 26%

Hillary 49%
Obama 32%

Colorado

McCain 24%
Romney 43%

Hillary 32%
Obama 34%

Connecticut

McCain 42%
Romney 26%

Hillary 40%
Obama 40%

Delaware

McCain 14%
Romney 10%

Hillary 41%
Obama 17%

Georgia

McCain 19%
Romney 16%

Hillary 25%
Obama 41%

Illinois

McCain 31%
Romney 20%

Hillary 22%
Obama 51%

Kansas

McCain N/A
Romney N/A

Hillary 27%
Obama 22%

Massachusetts

McCain 29%
Romney 50%

Hillary 59%
Obama 22%

Minnesota

McCain 22%
Romney 5%

Hillary 47%
Obama 22%

Missouri

McCain 26%
Romney 18%

Hillary 43%
Obama 24%

New Jersey

McCain 29%
Romney 14%

Hillary 49%
Obama 32%

New York

McCain 40%
Romney 17%

Hillary 56%
Obama 28%

Oklahoma

McCain 37%
Romney 19%

Hillary 44%
Obama 19%

Tennessee

McCain 12%
Romney 7%

Hillary 34%
Obama 20%

*States without data: Alaska, Arkansas, Idaho, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Utah, West Virginia

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