December 13, 2007

December 13: Poll Update

Rasmussen's daily tracking poll for Thursday shows Huckabee 4 points ahead of Giuliani:

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Thursday shows Mike Huckabee and Rudy Giuliani still leading nationally in the race for the Republican Presidential Nomination. Huckabee attracts support from 23% of Likely Republican Primary voters nationwide and Rudy Giuliani earns the vote from 19%. The frontrunners are followed by Mitt Romney at 15%, John McCain at 12%, and Fred Thompson at 9%. Ron Paul currently attracts 5% of Likely Republican Primary voters nationwide.
A new American Research Group national poll finds Huckabee up 15 points since November, tied with Giuliani for 1st place:
Giuliani 21 (25)
Huckabee 21 (6)
McCain 18 (12)
Romney 16 (21)
Thompson 6 (17)
Paul 5 (4)
Rasmussen's latest polling in New Hampshire shows Huckabee tied with Giuliani for 3rd place, with committed supporters:
Romney 33
McCain 18
Giuliani 15
Huckabee 14
Paul 8
Tancredo 3
Thompson 2

Sixty percent (60%) of Romney’s supporters say they are “certain” to vote for him on January 8. That’s an increase from 48% who were certain two weeks ago. Fifty-eight percent (58%) of Huckabee supporters say they are certain to vote for him. However, just 50% of Giuliani voters and 46% of those supporting McCain are that certain.
A new California poll from Public Policy Institute shows Huckabee in 3rd place:
Giuliani 24
Romney 15
Huckabee 12
McCain 11
Thompson 10
A Quinnipiac poll from New Jersey also has Huckabee in 3rd:
Giuliani 38
McCain 12
Huckabee 8
Romney 7
Thompson 4

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