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John McCain and Mike Huckabee are neck and neck heading into Saturdays Republican primary in South Carolina, where the outcome could hinge on a bloc of undecided evangelical voters, according to a new McClatchy-MSNBC poll. And a little more than week before South Carolina Democrats vote Jan. 26, Barack Obama led Hillary Clinton by 9 points, with John Edwards far behind in his native state. The poll, by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research, was taken Monday through Wednesday and has an error margin of plus or minus 5 percentage points.
John McCain and Mike Huckabee are neck and neck heading into Saturdays Republican primary in South Carolina, where the outcome could hinge on a bloc of undecided evangelical voters, according to a new McClatchy-MSNBC poll.
Barack Obama leads Hillary Clinton a little more than a week before the South Carolina Democratic primary, as the state's large African-American population moves solidly behind him, according to a new McClatchy-MSNBC poll.
Mitt Romney leads John McCain days before a potentially pivotal Republican primary in Michigan, with Romney's business experience and home-state ties apparently helping in a state where the economy is taking center stage, according to a new McClatchy-MSNBC poll.
It ain't over.New Hampshire voters Tuesday refused to echo those in Iowa, declaring their own winners in each major party and kicking the campaign on to other states.
Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona, his campaign all but dead just months ago, roared back in New Hampshire Tuesday, as early TV projections showed him winning the state's Republican primary.
Sen. John McCain's presidential campaign went from being the toast of the Republican field early in campaign 2008 to just plain toast but Tuesday night he was back in the winner's circle, beaming like a "comeback kid."
Riding an Iowa crest, Illinois Sen. Barack Obama has caught New York Sen. Hillary Clinton in the Democratic race for the New Hampshire primary, while Arizona Sen. John McCain maintains a solid lead in the Republican contest, according to a new McClatchy-MSNBC poll.
Whipsawed by an increasingly heated campaign, Democrats in Iowa and other early voting states are closely divided over which of their three top candidates to support, according to a new series of polls for McClatchy and MSNBC.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee has surged to a 12-point lead over former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney among Republicans in Iowa, and he leads in South Carolina, too, according to a new series of state-by-state polls for McClatchy and MSNBC.
Powered by overwhelming support from evangelical Christians, Mike Huckabee has surged to a 12 percentage point lead over Mitt Romney among Republicans in Iowa, the nation's first voting state, according to a new McClatchy-MSNBC poll.
Democrats and Republicans in Iowa, New Hampshire and South Carolina have dramatically different views of the nation's priorities, according to a new McClatchy-MSNBC poll. The fact that the two parties' bases don't even agree on which issues matter most may help to explain why the people they send to Washington have such a hard time agreeing on anything.