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U.S. politics keeps on rockin the free world
  Oct 06, 2007

A random sample of 2,250 U.S. residents between September 25 and October 5, 2007. This poll features a margin of error of plus or minus 2.5% (on decisions), 19 times out of 20 % 97% confidence/competency.

Question #1
Is the United States winning the global war on terrorism?
Yes    47.5 %
No    42 %
Question #2
Does the prospect of both the Democratic and Republican candidates coming from the state of New York, interest you?
Yes    40 %
No    50 %
Question #3
Currently, from our list of combinations, which pairing of Democratic and Republican politicians most interests you? (highest)
Hillary Clinton vs George W. Bush    40.5 %
Question #4
Which U.S. politician is currently your favourite?
Hillary Clinton    15 %
Barack Obama    13.5 %
George W. Bush    11 %
Fred Thompson    10.5 %
Rudy Guiliani    10 %
John McCain    10 %
John Edwards    9.5 %
Mitt Romney    9.5 %
Bill Richardson    06 %
Commentary
Respondents in this ROBBINS poll of U.S. residents are of the majority opinion that the United States is winning the war on terrorism.
A significant minority of respondents find a New York Democrat vs New York Republican (Clinton vs Guiliani) interesting, yet currently the largest number find Clinton vs. Bush the contest they find most interesting.
Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton lead the field of candidates from both parties. Overall,the Republicans actually achieve a higher number of respondent selections (51.5%) owing to the re-emergence of George W. Bush and upstart Ron Paul (not listed).
A recent poll indicated that Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton were 'split' on the black vote in the United States. We don't agree. We believe that Barack Obama all but 'owns' the black vote in the United States. Republican John McCain appears to have a higher number of black's supporting him than we might have speculated.

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