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June 26, 2007

Fred 27%, Rudy 23%!

Fred has pulled ahead of Rudy in the latest Rasmussen poll (h/t Hot Air):

Thompson, preparing to formally announce his candidacy, leads the pack in the latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey with 27% support. That gives him a four-point advantage over former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani who is currently preferred by 23% of Likely Primary Voters. A week ago, it was Thompson 28% and Giuliani 27%. Two weeks ago, they were tied at 24%. Prior to that time, Giuliani had been on top in every weekly Rasmussen Reports poll for five months

Thompson leads Giuliani by 13 percentage points among conservative primary voters while Giuliani leads among moderates.

Among Republicans, 74% now have a favorable opinion of Giuliani. Thats down from 82% in late May. Twenty-three percent (23%) of Republican voters have an unfavorable opinion of the former Mayor. Thompsons numbers among the GOP faithful have been moving in the opposite direction. Sixty-six percent (66%) of GOP voters have a favorable opinion of the actor while just 18% have an unfavorable view.

Among those with more strongly held opinions, Thompson currently has an edge --21% of Republicans have a Very Favorable opinion of him while 14% have a Very Unfavorable opinion. For Giuliani, those numbers are 18% Very Favorable opinion and 19% Very Unfavorable.

I still like Rudy and would support him wholeheartedly if he were to be nominated, but Fred is looking more and more like the man for me in the primaries. No wonder the Democrats aren't pulling any punches with a man who has yet to formally announce his candidacy!

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Posted by Pam Meister at 07:37 AM | Comments (1) | TrackBack (0) | Fred!
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It is interesting that the Dems have their panties in a knot over a man who hasn't formally declared his candidacy yet. And the only thing they can seem to do is focus on his past, as if that is any indication of his future performance. The fact that he is a relative political outsider may definitely make him a more attractive candidate to a country weary of "professional politicians".

And I'm with you - I like Guiliani as well and would support his candidacy. But I'm hoping it will be all Fred, all the time.

Posted by: Kris, in New England at June 26, 2007 08:34 AM


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