Tuesday, September 4, 2007

Fred in Arizona

Thompson Outperforms McCain in Arizona
Tuesday, September 04, 2007

Arizona is the home state for John McCain, but Fred Thompson is the strongest GOP Presidential candidate in the state at this time.

A Rasmussen Reports telephone survey found that Thompson leads Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton by seventeen percentage points, 51% to 34%. Thompson will be formally announcing his candidacy this week.

Rudy Giuliani, who leads the polls for the Republican Presidential nomination, leads Clinton by eleven points, 49% to 38%. McCain has a ten-point edge over Clinton, 46% to 36%. With McCain as the GOP candidate, 15% of Arizona voters say they’d select a third party option. Mitt Romney is the weakest of the GOP candidates in Arizona but still leads Clinton by seven points, 46% to 39%.

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Fred is heating up in the south (leads in South Carolina) and getting a boost from McCain's stance on illegal immigration.

All three front runners (and McCain) have comfortable leads on Hillary in Az, but of course polls don't mean anything without votes.

4 comments:

Gracchi said...

This sounds like really bad news for McCain milord- sounds like a further revelation of the weakness of his campaign.

Lord Nazh said...

I stuck a fork in McCain long ago Gracchi :)

Simon Dyda said...

Does McCain still do those oven chips?

Lord Nazh said...

No idea ordo, havn't even heard of anything he's done since he took a hard stance on the war after the shamnesty debacle