December 9, 2007

Second Place in New York

In a brand new Datamar poll, Huckabee has advanced to second place in New York, with 13.6% of the vote, compared to 7.8% in November:

A poll released today by Datamar Inc., shows Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani in the lead with 35.7%, in the New York presidential primary. Former Governor of Arkansas, Mike Huckabee, has moved to second place with 13.6%. U.S. Senator from Arizona, John McCain is third with 11.3%. Former Governor of Massachusetts, Mitt Romney, is in fourth place with 9.9. Findings are based on a December 2 - 8, 2007 , survey of New York voters.


Shane Vander Hart said...

You almost have to concede New York to Giuliani. I'd be surprised if he didn't win New York. Being in second there is good though - do you know if New York is a all or nothing state when it comes to its delegates?

Shane Vander Hart

Ben Martin said...

The local delegates in New York are all-or-nothing, but there are also "at large" delegates that might be inclined to vote as the party bosses direct.