Wednesday, October 17, 2007

By The Numbers

Just For Fun Let's Look At The Polling Numbers For '03

 

Poll Watch - 11/7/03

A Zogby poll asked likely Democrat voters, "If the Democratic primary for president were held today and the candidates were [see below], for whom would you vote?"
Not Sure 34%
Howard Dean 15
Wesley Clark 10
Dick Gephardt 9
Joe Lieberman 9
John Kerry 7
Al Sharpton 4
John Edwards 3
Dennis Kucinich 2
Carol Moseley Braun 2
Other 6
(Zogby America Poll, 558 Likely Democrat Voters Nationwide, Conducted 11/3-5/03, Margin Of Error +/- 4.2%)
Undecided Still Holds A Commanding Lead. A Marist College poll asked Democrats and Democrat-leaning independents, "If the next Democratic presidential primary were held today, whom would you support if the candidates are [list candidates]?"
Undecided 32%
Howard Dean 16
Joseph Lieberman 12
Richard Gephardt 10
John Kerry 9
Wesley Clark 8
Al Sharpton 5
John Edwards 4
Carol Moseley Braun 3
Dennis Kucinich 1
(Marist College Poll, 339 Democrats And Democrat-leaning Independents Nationwide, Conducted 10/27-29/03, Margin Of Error +/- 5.5%)
IN THE STATES
SOUTH CAROLINA (Primary February 3, 2004)
Kerry Behind Everyone But Kucinich. A poll of registered Democrat voters were asked, "If the South Carolina Democratic Presidential Preference Primary were being held today between [list names, rotate] for whom would you vote?"
Undecided 38%
Wesley Clark 17
John Edwards 10
Joe Lieberman 8
Howard Dean 7
Dick Gephardt 7
Al Sharpton 5
Carol Moseley Braun 5
John Kerry 4
Dennis Kucinich 1
(American Research Group Poll, 600 Registered Democrats And Undeclared Voters, Conducted 10/26-30/03, Margin Of Error +/- 4%)
VERMONT (Primary March 2, 2004)
Few See Clark As Dean Threat. In a poll conducted for CBS Burlington affiliate WCAX, likely voters were asked, "Which Democratic candidate do you think poses the biggest threat to Howard Dean winning the nomination?"
John Kerry 32%
Wesley Clark 15
Richard Gephardt 13
Joe Lieberman 6
John Edwards -
Al Sharpton -
Carol Moseley Braun -
Dennis Kucinich -
(Research 2000 Poll, 400 Likely Voters, Conducted 10/28-30/03, Margin Of Error +/- 5%)
NEW HAMPSHIRE (Primary January 27, 2004)
Undecided In Race With Kerry For Second Place. American Research Group's New Hampshire Poll asked random sample of registered Democrats and undeclared voters, "If the New Hampshire Democratic Presidential Preference Primary were being held today between [list names, rotate], for whom would you vote?"
Howard Dean 38%
John Kerry 24
Undecided 21
Wesley Clark 4
Joe Lieberman 4
John Edwards 4
Dick Gephardt 3
Carol Moseley Braun 1
Dennis Kucinich 1
Al Sharpton 0
(American Research Group Poll, 600 Registered Democrats And Undeclared Voters, Conducted 11/2-5/03, Margin Of Error +/- 4%)
NEW YORK (Primary March 2, 2004)
Sharpton Beats Gephardt, Edwards. A Quinnipiac University poll asked registered Democrat voters, "After I read all nine names, tell me which one you would most like to see the Democrats nominate for president in 2004."
DK/NA 19%
Lieberman 17
Dean 15
Clark 12
Sharpton 11
Kerry 11
Gephardt 9
Edwards 3
Moseley-Braun 3
Kucinich 1
(Quinnipiac University Poll, 483 Registered Democrat Voters, Conducted 11/2-5/03, Margin Of Error +/- 4.5%)
Hillary Holds Dem Hopefuls To Single Digits. The Quinnipiac University poll then asked registered Democrat voters, "Suppose New York Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton decides to run for president in 2004. Who would you most like to see the Democrats nominate for president in 2004?"
Clinton 48%
Dean 9
Clark 9
Lieberman 8
Kerry 7
Gephardt 6
DK/NA 6
Sharpton 4
Edwards 1
Kucinich 1
Moseley-Braun -
(Quinnipiac University Poll, 483 Registered Democrat Voters, Conducted 11/2-5/03, Margin Of Error +/- 4.5%)
 
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