Clinton Holds Slim Edge Over Giuliani And McCain In National Matchups
Clinton — the dominant front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination in national polls — would appear to have at least a slight advantage over any Republican candidate among registered voters if the election were held today. She has a five-point edge over Giuliani (49% to 44%) and a six-point edge over McCain (50% to 44%), but neither lead is statistically significant. Clinton runs much more strongly against the lesser-known Thompson (53% to 40%) and Romney (54% to 38%).
The poll of 897 registered voters nationwide was conducted Nov. 11-14, 2007.