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The W - Current Events & Politics - Primary Polls Update
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Since: 11.7.02
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Arizona Primary
Dean 31
Clark 29
Lieberman 10
Gephardt 9
Kerry 7

Other 11
Undecided 3

Margin of Error: 4.9%

New Hampshire Primary
Dean 46
Kerry 17
Clark 10
Lieberman 7
Edwards 4
Gephardt 3

Other 1
Undecided 11

Oklahoma Primary
Clark 34
Dean 21
Lieberman 11
Gephardt 8
Edwards 8
Kerry 4

Other 11
Undecided 3

Margin of Error: 4.7%

South Carolina Primary
Dean 21
Clark 20
Sharpton 15
Edwards 15
Gephardt 10
Lieberman 5
Mosley-Braun 4
Kerry 3
Kucinich 1

Undecided 7

Margin of Error: 4.1%



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Basically, it's coming down to Dean, Clark and Also Running. About the only people still surprised by this are John Kerry and Joe Lieberman...



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I am surprised that Dean is polling that well in areas I wouldn't think he would have much appeal. I really can't comprehend Clark going far, unless his handlers can totally script every comment he makes.



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Aren't they still supporting Labour? I've not read it in a fair while right enough. The switch away from the Tories was just borne of the ground swell of opinion turning against the Conservatives in the mid to late 90's no?
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