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April 27, 2007

Swing States Swinging Towards GOP

Quinnipiac Polling showed the results from three crucial swing states.  Sure it’s early, but it’s a bit of good news for the GOP – that is if you like Giuliani.

Florida
Democrats
Clinton 36
Gore 15
Obama 13
Edwards 11
Undecided 14

Republicans
Giuliani 38
McCain 15
Romney 7
Gingrich 6
F. Thompson 5
Undecided 21

Head to Head Matchups
Clinton 41 – Giuliani 49
Clinton 45 – McCain 45
Clinton 48 – Thompson 38

Obama 38 – Giuliani 49
Obama 41 – McCain 41
Obama 42 – Thompson 35

Gore 43 – Giuliani 47
Gore 46 – McCain 43
Gore 48 – Thompson 36

Ohio
Democrats
Clinton 37
Edwards 17
Obama 14
Gore 11
Undecided 14

Republicans
Giuliani 23
McCain 21
Gingrich 9
F. Thompson 8
Romney 6
Undecided 23

Head to Head Matchups
Clinton 41 – Giuliani 46
Clinton 42 – McCain 44
Clinton 45 – Thompson 35

Obama 37 – Giuliani 45
Obama 36 – McCain 42
Obama 44 – Thompson 31

Gore 39 – Giuliani 47
Gore 39 – McCain 46
Gore 44 – Thompson 35

Pennsylvania
Democrats
Clinton 36
Obama 14
Gore 14
Edwards 13
Undecided 16

Republicans
Giuliani 29
McCain 17
Gingrich 10
F. Thompson 6
Romney 5
Undecided 21

Head to Head Matchups
Clinton 43 – Giuliani 47
Clinton 43 – McCain 45
Clinton 47 – Thompson 36

Obama 41 – Giuliani 45
Obama 43 – McCain 41
Obama 45 – Thompson 33

Gore 44 – Giuliani 44
Gore 45 – McCain 42
Gore 48 – Thompson 34

The bottom line is that these states, which are crucial for both parties favor the current front runners, but all three like the more moderate of the candidates, and I know that putting Sen. Clinton in the more Centrist role is hard for some to swallow, but compared to Sen. Obama and Mr. Edwards, she is.  The real intersting wild card is Al Gore, and after viewing tonight’s “debate”, which was more a chance to “dogpile” on the Administration than substantive discussion of distinctions of issues, I think Mr. Gore may be on his Blackberry.

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4 Comments »

  1. Ah..my weekend post is all bout Rudy!
    Have a super weekend !.:)

    Comment by Angel — April 27, 2007 @ 12:42 pm | Reply

  2. I don’t think Hillary is more moderate but she pretends to be because she learned well from her husband that if you come across as too liberal you’ll lose a lot of those swing voters.

    Comment by Little Miss Chatterbox — April 28, 2007 @ 3:07 am | Reply

  3. realclearpolitics.com has consistently has Guiliani ahead of Clinton and Obama when they show their nation election polls. I am beginning to think he is the one GOP candidate that can win an election against either Clinton or Obama. While he may be too liberal on social issues to really gather support from the right, I believe he may be a viable option to them as he will still be to the right of the two Democrat front runners.

    Comment by mpinkeyes — April 29, 2007 @ 3:13 am | Reply

  4. I think that the country is ready for a shift from a “Conservative”, and I know that many would argue this point, Administration.
    The question is do they want a liberal, I hope not.

    Sen. Clinton is about the most obsequious double faced person on the planet, fake accent and all. I would vote for Kucinich or Lyndon Baines LaRouche if he could be reincarnated, thank God he can’t, rather than her.

    Comment by avoiceofreason — May 1, 2007 @ 1:22 am | Reply


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