Democrats Still Lead GOP Presidential Hopefuls in MN

The latest round of election matchups in Minnesota among the leading presidential candidates finds Democrats leading in each scenario.

Like most other states polled by SurveyUSA in mid-September, John Edwards outperforms Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama in matchups versus Rudy Giuliani, Fred Thompson, and Mitt Romney.

Edwards (+51 net advantage) leads Giuliani by 8 points and has very large leads over Thompson (+16) and Romney (+27).

Clinton (+47 net) has a slightly larger lead over Giuliani (+11), but less of an advantage over Thompson (+13) and Romney (+23). When polled by SurveyUSA in August 2007, Clinton only had a 3-point lead over Giuliani, a 9-point lead over Thompson, and a 16-point lead over Romney,

Obama’s (+32 net) lead over Giuliani was within the margin of error (+4) with larger leads over Thompson (+8) and Romney (+20).

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