UPDATED: The latest Rasmussen poll for South Carolina shows Huckabee and McCain in a dead heat for first:
The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of South Carolina’s Republican Presidential Primary shows that John McCain and Mike Huckabee are tied at 24%. In a race that has already seen four different candidates with the lead, much could still change in the coming days--7% of voters have yet to make up their mind, 10% say there’s a good chance they could change their mind, and another 24% might change their mind.The new MSNBC/Mason-Dixon/McClatchy poll shows a tight race in South Carolina:
Mitt Romney attracts 18% support and Fred Thompson 16%. The latest survey was conducted the night after Mitt Romney’s victory in Michigan. Ron Paul attracts 5% support and Rudy Giuliani 3%.
McCain 27A new Florida poll from Strategic Vision shows Huckabee in second place, ahead of Rudy Giuliani:
McCain 27Huckabee is ahead in the latest national polling:
The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Thursday shows Mike Huckabee on top in the race for the Republican Presidential Nomination. It’s Huckabee 23%, John McCain 20%, Mitt Romney 18%, Fred Thompson 12%, and Rudy Giuliani 11%. Ron Paul attracts 2% support.The Clemson University poll for South Carolina shows a 2-man race between McCain and Huckabee:
McCain 29And an Alabama poll released this week shows Huckabee in first place:
A statewide survey of likely Republican voters by the Press-Register and University of South Alabama found Huckabee with 25 percent and McCain with 22 percent. The biggest category — 29 percent — was undecided.
The survey, released Sunday, found former Tennessee Sen. Fred Thompson with 9 percent, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney with 8 percent, former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani with 5 percent, and Texas Rep. Ron Paul with 3 percent.