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Election 2008: Dodd Stronger Against Giuliani than McCain

Giuliani 44% Dodd 39%

Tuesday, March 20, 2007

A few days after Democratic Senator Chris Dodd announced he is running for president, a Rasmussen Reports survey of 800 likely voters shows the senator trailing Republican candidate Rudolph Giuliani 39% to 44%. He trails GOP Senator John McCain by 19 points, 33% to 52%. The survey was conducted January 15-16. McCain gave George W. Bush a run for his money during the 2000 election season, and many had expected him to emerge as an early frontrunner for the GOP nomination this time around. But so far in that bid he's a runner-up.


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