Laughably Fouled-Up Polls Released

It would appear that this set of polls has a margin of error of about 25 pts! I should start my own polling company—I couldn’t be any more off than these guys.

Now I’m going to describe some different choices of candidates voters might have in the 2008 election for president. As I read each one, please tell me how you would vote if the election for president were being held today. (Leaners included) Giuliani v. Rodham Clinton

Jun. 2007 May 2007 Feb. 2007
Hillary Rodham Clinton (D) 51% 49% 46%
Rudy Giuliani (R) 44% 46% 47%

McCain v. Rodham Clinton

Jun. 2007 May 2007 Feb. 2007
Hillary Rodham Clinton (D) 50% 50% 47%
John McCain (R) 45% 44% 46%

Romney v. Rodham Clinton

Jun. 2007 May 2007 Feb. 2007
Hillary Rodham Clinton (D) 55% 57% 53%
Mitt Romney (R) 40% 35% 38%

F. Thompson v. Rodham Clinton

Jun. 2007
Hillary Rodham Clinton (D) 53%
Fred Thompson (R) 42%

Giuliani v. Obama

Jun. 2007 May 2007 Feb. 2007
Barack Obama (D) 49% 50% 43%
Rudy Giuliani (R) 44% 43% 48%

McCain v. Obama

Jun. 2007 May 2007 Feb. 2007
Barack Obama (D) 51% 52% 45%
John McCain (R) 41% 39% 43%

Romney v. Obama

Jun. 2007 May 2007 Feb. 2007
Barack Obama (D) 53% 58% 54%
Mitt Romney (R) 37% 29% 34%

F. Thompson v. Obama

Jun. 2007
Barack Obama (D) 53%
Fred Thompson (R) 39%

Giuliani v. Edwards

Jun. 2007 May 2007 Feb. 2007
John Edwards (D) 48% 50% 45%
Rudy Giuliani (R) 46% 44% 47%

McCain v. Edwards

Jun. 2007 May 2007 Feb. 2007
John Edwards (D) 50% 52% 48%
John McCain (R) 44% 42% 43%

Romney v. Edwards

Jun. 2007 May 2007 Feb. 2007
John Edwards (D) 57% 64% 58%
Mitt Romney (R) 36% 27% 30%

F. Thompson v. Edwards

Jun. 2007
John Edwards (D) 54%
Fred Thompson (R) 38%

Source: Princeton Survey Research Associates / Newsweek
Methodology: Telephone interviews with 831 registered American voters, conducted on Jun. 20 and Jun. 21, 2007. Margin of error is 4 per cent.

Leave a Reply