Super Tuesday State Polls, Continued …
Minnesota Public Radio has weighed in on the campaign in that state’s Super Tuesday caucuses, showing John McCain way ahead with 41 percent among Republicans, followed by Mike Huckabee at 22 percent and Mitt Romney at 17 percent. Among Democrats, Hillary Clinton leads Barack Obama by 40 percent to 33 percent with John Edwards, who had not yet dropped out, at 12 percent. However, this poll may not be a good predictor of the Feb. 5 outcomes because it surveyed voters only on the basis of party affiliation and not whether they were likely to attend the precinct caucuses.
Insider Advantage/Majority Opinion has a Jan. 30 Georgia poll showing McCain at 35 percent with Huckabee and Romney tied at 24 percent. On the Democratic side, Obama leads Clinton 56 percent to 32 percent. (A Rasmussen poll also had Obama ahead here, but by a smaller margin).
In Tennessee, Insider Advantage/Majority Opinion says McCain is leading with 33 percent to Huckabee’s 25 percent and Romney’s 18 percent. Among Democrats, Clinton leads Obama 59 percent to 26 percent.
Here are some of the other Super Tuesday polls we have reported:
– A Whirlwind Tour Of Eight Super Tuesday States
– New York, Massachusetts And National Match-Ups
– Clinton’s Strengths And Weaknesses in California
– New York And California: Clinton Way Ahead In Both, McCain On Top In New York