Tuesday, April 17, 2007

2008 Republican Presidential Primary: Giuliani 33% McCain 19% Thompson 13%

1 hour, 30 minutes ago

Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Arizona Senator John McCain (voting record) both gained support this week in the race for the GOP nomination. Former Tennessee Senator Fred Thompson and former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney held steady and remain the only other Republicans earning double digit support.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of the Republican Presidential Primary competition finds Giuliani at 33%, fourteen points ahead of McCain's 19%. Thompson is still in third at 13% slightly ahead of Romney at 11%. For Giuliani, that's his highest level of support in three weeks. It's McCain's best showing since early March. Last week, it was Giuliani 27% McCain 16% Thompson 14% and Romney 12%.

Here is the entire story.....


The Captain


Lorraine said...

Ah, Capt, I beg to differ...

This week, a CNN polls reveals a much closer race:

Giuliani - 27%
McCain - 23%

For the full CNN story, go to:

Mark E. Towner said...


I forgot to insert the link for the last two posts, in a hurry. I have placed these now in the article. Check it out