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Most Recent Articles: January 2008

January 31, 2008

New Jersey: McCain 43% Romney 29%

New Jersey: Clinton 49% Obama 37%

 Illinois: McCain 34% Romney 26%

Super Tuesday: A Commentary by Rhodes Cook

Is McCain a Conservative? : An Inside Report by Robert D. Novak

Step Back, Mr. Clinton: A Commentary by Joe Conason

January 30, 2008

 California: Clinton 43% Obama 40%

 California: McCain 32% Romney 28%

 Massachusetts: Clinton 43% Obama 37%

 McCain Leads Obama by Six, Clinton by Eight

 Code Words: A Commentary by Susan Estrich

 Connecticut: McCain 42% Romney 26%

 The Politics of Foreclosure: A Commentary by Michelle Malkin

January 29, 2008

 McCain Wins Florida, Heavily Favored to Win Nomination

 Connecticut: Clinton 40% Obama 40%

 Passion Gap: Democrats More Committed to Candidates Than Republicans

 Florida: In Two-Man Race, Third Place Finish by Giuliani May Have Lasting Impact

 Will Michael Bloomberg, Ron Paul Run Third Party Campaigns in 2008?

 Economic Stimulus Package Gets Lukewarm Reception From Voters

January 28, 2008

 Florida: Clinton 47% Obama 25%

 Obama - And Kennedy - Raise the Stakes: A Commentary by Dick Morris

 It’s a Two Man Race for the GOP Nomination

Maybe Something Really Has Changed in the Race for the Democratic Nomination

Hillary's Brown Firewall : A Commentary by Robert D. Novak

Florida: McCain 31% Romney 31%

January 27, 2008

 Florida: Clinton 44% Obama 25%

Florida: Romney 33% McCain 27%

January 26, 2008

40% See Economy as Top Voting Issue

Obama Expected to Win in South Carolina  

Bill Clinton's Temper Negatively Affects Hillary's Campaign: A Commentary by Dick Morris

January 25, 2008

 Missouri GOP Primary: Huckabee 27% McCain 26%

 Missouri Democratic Primary: Clinton 43% Obama 24%

Despite Minor Gains Romney Still Trails Obama, Clinton

Rasmussen Markets See Romney as Debate Winner

McCain 45% Clinton 47%

75% Expect Alternative Fuel Cars Within a Decade

Alabama: McCain, Huckabee Tied

Attorney General Edwards? : An Inside Report by Robert Novak

South Carolina Has Set the Stage for General Election: A Commentary by Michael Barrone

January 24, 2008

 Florida GOP: Romney 27% McCain 23%

 Obama Overpowers Huckabee by Double Digits, Clinton Leads Him by 8

 The Race for President: The Finalists Emerge:A Commentary by Larry J. Sabato

Business as Usual GOP: An Inside Report by Robert D. Novak

January 23, 2008

 54% Say Tax Cuts Help Economy

 Where is Oprah?: A Commentary by Susan Estrich

How Clinton Will Win The Nomination by Losing South Carolina: A Commentary By Dick Morris

January 22, 2008

Americans Say Auto Industry Important, Foreign Companies Good for the Economy

Strange to Say, But John McCain is the Republican Frontrunner

Clinton and Obama Have Different Bases of Support

Front-Runner McCain : An Inside Report by Robert D. Novak

Blue Dogs Sniff at Fiscal Stimulus: A Commentary by Froma Harrop

January 21, 2008

Hillary v. McCain Might Just Be The Final: A Commentary by Dick Morris

New York: Clinton 51% Obama 30%

New York: McCain 26% Giuliani 20% Romney 13%

Florida: Clinton 47% Obama 29%

 Florida: Romney 25% McCain 20% Giuliani 19%

79% Have Favorable Opinion of Dr. Martin Luther King

January 20, 2008

 Generic Congressional Ballot: Democrats 43% Republicans 38%

 Voters Expect Little from Congress in 2008

January 19, 2008

 Rasmussen Markets Update: For Democrats, New Hampshire plus Nevada equals Iowa

 Rasmussen Markets Update: McCain Chances of Winning Republican Nomination Tops 50%

 Snow in South Carolina May Impact Turnout in Tight GOP Race

 Bipartisan Stimulation: An Inside Report By Robert Novak

 Mostly Decent Politics: A Commentary by Michael Barone

January 18, 2008

The TV Diet: A Commentary by Susan Estrich

Though Treading Water in the Primaries, Giuliani Stays Within Single Digits of Clinton, Obama

51% Say Security More Important than Privacy

In Contrast to Obama, Hillary Plays the Race Card: A Commentary by Dick Morris

Sarkozy the Mad Modelizer: A Commentary By Froma Harrop

January 17, 2008

South Carolina GOP Primary: McCain 24% Huckabee 24%

South Carolina Democratic Primary: Obama 44% Clinton 31%

 New Jersey GOP Primary: McCain 29% Giuliani 27%

 New Jersey Dem Primary: Clinton 45% Obama 27%

Time for Edwards' Exit: Hillary, Barack Fate in His Hands: A Commentary by Dick Morris

The Primary Turnout Boom: A Commentary by Rhodes Cook

 Clinton 47% Romney 41%, Obama 49% Romney 37%

 Vetting Obama: An Inside Report by Robert D. Novak

January 16, 2008

 Michigan's Meaning: GOP Chaos: A Commentary by Dick Morris

Resort at the Top of the World

54% Say Their Peers Would Vote for a Woman for President  

Wanted: A "Suck It Up" Candidate: A Commentary by Michelle Malkin

Race in the Race: A Commentary by Susan Estrich

January 15, 2008

After Two Months, 63% Still Say the Hollywood Writers’ Strike Has No Impact  

41% Say Obama Getting Most Preferential Media Treatment, 30% Say Clinton

Michigan: McCain or Romney?

January 14, 2008

Not Straight Talk: An Inside Report by Robert D. Novak

Man to Beat: McCain's Cross-Party Appeal: A Commentary by Dick Morris

Rasmussen Markets Update: Michigan’s a Toss-Up

Florida: Clinton 48% Obama 24%

 Florida Republican Presidential Primary: Four-Way Tie

  January 13, 2008

National Poll: McCain 49% Clinton 38%

  January 12, 2008

Michigan: Romney 26% McCain 25% Huckabee 17%

GOP Candidates Go Supply-Side

 62% Think American Society is Fair and Decent

 Women vs. Oprah - No Joe for McCain - Poor Huck: Inside Report by Robert Novak

 The Political Landscape After Iowa and New Hampshire: A Commentary by Michael Barone

  January 11, 2008

  13% Say Congress Doing Good or Excellent Job

 Looking at What's Not Working: A Commentary by Susan Estrich

 57% Want Troops Home from Iraq Within Year

 January 10, 2008

South Carolina: McCain 27% Huckabee 24%

South Carolina: No Bounce for Clinton in the Palmetto State

 The Clinton Style : An Inside Report by Robert D. Novak

 Now Barack Better Brace for Barrage: A Commentary by Dick Morris

 Nearly Half of Adults Say It is Not Possible to Succeed in Business Today Without Using the Internet

 Clinton's Campaign Remains in a Tailspin: A Commentary by Michelle Malkin

 Clinton as Truman, McCain as Lazarus, Obama-Mania, Hucka-boom or Bush, and the Presidential Players: A Commentary By Larry J. Sabato

 And the Winner Is…: A Commentary by Susan Estrich

The Coming Attack on Barack: A Commentary by Joe Conason

 January 9, 2008

 80% Believe Voters Should Be Required to Show Photo ID

 What Happened to Polls In New Hampshire?

 Discover (R) U.S. Spending Monitor (SM) Shows Consumer Spending Intentions Returning to Pre-Holiday Shopping Levels

 Market Update: What a Difference New Hampshire Makes

 January 8, 2008

 Virginia Senate: Warner 53% Gilmore 38%

 Maryland: Obama 48% McCain 42%

 The Wisdom of Crowds: A Commentary by Froma Harrop

 Pennsylvania: McCain 48% Clinton 42%

 Virginia: McCain 49% Clinton 38%

 South Carolina: Huckabee 28% McCain 21% Romney 15%

 South Carolina: Obama 42% Clinton 30%

 Final New Hampshire GOP Primary Poll: McCain 32% Romney 31%

 Final New Hampshire Dem Primary Poll: Obama 37% Clinton 30%

 January 7, 2008

Mitt's and Hillary's Problems: An Inside Report By Robert Novak

South Carolina: Huckabee 28% McCain 21% Romney 15%

South Carolina: Obama 42% Clinton 30%

Obama Now Seen as Most Electable Candidate in Either Party

A Win in New Hampshire Would Make McCain the Clear Frontrunner

New Hampshire: Obama 38% Clinton 28%

Obama Has Triggered a Political Earthquake

New Hampshire: McCain 32% Romney 31%

January 6, 2008

 Market Update: Markets See Obama as Democratic Frontrunner

 New Hampshire: McCain 32% Romney 30%

 New Hampshire: Obama 39% Clinton 27%

 Confidence in War on Terror Near Highest Level of Bush’s Second Term

 Goldilocks Needs Tax-Reform, Not Populism: A Commentary by Larry Kudlow

January 5, 2008

 New Hampshire: McCain 31% Romney 26%

 New Hampshire: Obama 37% Clinton 27%

 Mitt’s Divided Strategy: An Inside Report by Robert Novak  

 Iowa: A First Cut for the Real Contenders: A Commentary By Michael Barone  

 The Jamie Lynn Business Model: A Commentary by Froma Harrop  

 Hillary on the Ropes: A Commentary By Dick Morris

January 4, 2008

 Unaffiliated Voters Often Trust Democrats Over Republicans; Domestic Concerns Trump Foreign Policy

 Huckabee and McCain Big GOP Winners in Iowa

 Iowa: Barack Obama Wins and There is No Longer a Frontrunner

 Why Iowa?: A Commentary by Susan Estrich

 There Are No National Frontrunners

Obama Opens Lead Over Giuliani and Romney

January 3, 2008

Iowa GOP: Will the Huckabee Base Turn Out?  

Iowa Dems: Will Independents Lift Obama to Victory?

Hillary's Premature Triangulation: An Inside Report by Robert D. Novak

The Flawed but Useful Iowa Caucuses: A Commentary by Michelle Malkin

All Eyes on the Hawkeye State: A Commentary by Larry Sabato

January 2, 2008

 Iowa Democrats: Obama, Clinton, and Edwards  

 Iowa GOP: Huckabee and Romney

 As Campaign Season Begins, Only One Presidential Candidate is Viewed Favorably by Majority of Voters  

 The United States Needs a Confirming Election: A Commentary by Scott Rasmussen  

 Read the Iowa Caucus Polls With Caution

 Hudson Employment Index Ends Year on Low Note  

 Small Business Owners Still Cautious on Economic Outlook

January 1, 2008

Happy New Year: 30% Expect Hillary to Be Elected This Year

Huckabee's Perilous Perception Of Souls: A Commentary By Froma Harrop

 Number of Republicans in U.S. Increases in December to Two-Year High

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