Statewide opinion polling for the January Democratic Party presidential primaries, 2008

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This article is a collection of state-wide public opinion polls that have been conducted relating to the January Democratic presidential primaries, 2008.

Polling[edit]

Iowa[edit]

IowaIowa winner: Barack Obama[1]
Primary date: January 3, 2008
Delegates At Stake 45
Delegates Won Barack Obama-16 Hillary Clinton-15 John Edwards-14

All polling data and final result
December 18, 2007 to January 3, 2008 polling data including final result
December 26, 2007 to January 3, 2008 polling data including final result

See also [1][2][3][4]

Poll source Date Highlights
Actual Result (100% precincts reporting) January 3, 2008 Obama 38%, Edwards 30%, Clinton 29%, Richardson 2%, Biden 1%
American Research Group

Sample Size: 600
Margin of Error: ± 4%

December 31, 2007 – January 2, 2008 Clinton 34%, Obama 25%, Edwards 21%, Biden 8%, Richardson 6%, Dodd 2%, Kucinich 1%, Gravel 1%, Undecided 3%
Reuters/Zogby

Sample Size: 905
Margin of Error: ± 3.3%

December 30, 2007 – January 2, 2008 Obama 31%, John Edwards 27%, Clinton 24%, Richardson 7%, Biden 5%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich <1%, Undecied 5%
Reuters/Zogby

Sample Size: 933
Margin of Error: ± 3.3%

December 29, 2007 – January 1, 2008 Obama 28%, Clinton 28%, John Edwards 26%, Richardson 7%, Biden 4%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%
Strategic Vision

Sample Size: 600
Margin of Error: ±4.5%

December 28 – December 30, 2007 Obama 32%, Edwards 29%, Clinton 27%, Biden 5%, Richardson 2%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, Undecided 3%
Zogby

Sample Size: 934
Margin of Error: ± 3.3%

December 28 – December 31, 2007 Clinton 30%, Obama 26%, Edwards 25%, Biden 5%, Richardson 5%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich <1%, Undecided 7%
Des Moines Register

Sample Size: 800
Margin of Error: ± 3.5%

December 27 – December 30, 2007 Obama 32%, Clinton 25%, Edwards 24%, Richardson 6%, Biden 4%
CNN

Sample Size: 482
Margin of Error: ± 4.5%

December 26 – December 30, 2007 Clinton 33%, Obama 31%, Edwards 22%, Richardson 5%, Biden 5%
Insider Advantage

Sample Size: 788
Margin of Error: ± 3.4%

December 26 – December 29, 2007 Clinton 30%, Edwards 29%, Obama 22%
Reuters/Zogby

Sample Size: 899
Margin of Error: ± 3.3%

December 27 – December 30, 2007 Clinton 30%, Obama 26%, Edwards 26%
Zogby

Sample Size: 934
Margin of Error: ± 3.3%

December 26 – December 29, 2007 Clinton 31%, Obama 27%, Edwards 24%, Biden 5%, Richardson 5%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich <1%, Undecided 6%
MSNBC/Mason-Dixon

Sample Size: 400
Margin of Error: 5%

December 26 – December 28, 2007 Edwards 24%, Clinton 23%, Obama 22%, Richardson 12%, Biden 8%
MSNBC/Mason-Dixon(Second Choice, cumulative)

Sample Size: 400
Margin of Error: 5%

December 26 – December 28, 2007 Edwards 33%, Obama 26%, Clinton 26%
American Research Group

Sample Size: 600
Margin of Error: ± 4%

December 26 – December 28, 2007 Clinton 31%, Obama 24%, Edwards 24%, Biden 5%, Richardson 5%, Dodd 3%, Kucinich 1%, Gravel -, Undecided 7%
Research 2000/Sioux City Journal

Sample Size: 500
Margin of Error: ±4.5%

December 26 – December 27, 2007 Obama 29%, Edwards 29%, Clinton 28%, Richardson 7%, Biden 3%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, Undecided 2%
Strategic Vision

Sample Size: 600
Margin of Error: ±4.5%

December 26 – December 27, 2007 Obama 30%, Clinton 29%, Edwards 28%, Biden 5%, Richardson 2%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, Undecided 4%
LA Times/Bloomberg (registered voters)

Sample Size: 2,145(total poll)
Margin of Error: ±4%

December 20 – December 26, 2007 Clinton 29%, Obama 26%, Edwards 25%
LA Times/Bloomberg (Likely Caucus Goers)

Sample Size: 389
Margin of Error: ±4%

December 20 – December 26, 2007 Clinton 31%, Edwards 25%, Obama 22%
American Research Group

Sample Size: 600
Margin of Error: ± 4%

December 20 – December 23, 2007 Clinton 34%, Edwards 20%, Obama 19%, Biden 8%, Richardson 5%, Dodd 2%, Kucinich 2%, Gravel -, Undecided 10%
American Research Group December 16 – December 19, 2007 Clinton 29%, Obama 25%, Edwards 18%, Biden 8%, Richardson 7%, Dodd 3%, Kucinich 2%, Gravel -, Undecided 8%
Strategic Vision December 16 – December 18, 2007 Obama 30%, Clinton 27%, Edwards 27%, Biden 5%, Richardson 3%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 1%, Undecided 6%
CNN/Opinion Research December 14 – December 18, 2007 Clinton 30%, Obama 28%, Edwards 26%, Richardson 7%, Biden 3%
Rassmusen December 17, 2007 Clinton 31%, Obama 27%, Edwards 22%, Richardson 9%, Biden 5%
InsiderAdvantage (highly likely voters) December 16 – December 17, 2007 Obama 26.6%, Edwards, 26.0%, Clinton 23.8%
InsiderAdvantage (likely voters) December 16 – December 17, 2007 Edwards 29.8%, Clinton 26.4%, Obama 24.3%
ABC/Washington Post (reallocating support for non-viable candidates) December 13 – December 17, 2007 Obama 37%, Clinton 31%, Edwards 26%
ABC/Washington Post ("absolutely certain" caucus-goers) December 13 – December 17, 2007 Obama 35%, Clinton 26%, Edwards 20%
ABC/Washington Post (all caucus-goers) December 13 – December 17, 2007 Obama 33%, Clinton 29%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 8%, Biden 4%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 1%, No opinion 3%
Research 2000/Quad City Times December 10 – December 13, 2007 Obama 33%, Clinton 24%, Edwards 24%, Richardson 9%, Biden 3%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%
Diageo/The Hotline/FD December 7 – December 12, 2007 Obama 27%, Clinton 27%, Edwards 22%, Richardson 8%, Biden 5%
Rasmussen Reports December 10, 2007 Clinton 29%, Obama 26%, Edwards 22%, Richardson 7%, Biden 5%, Other 3%
Strategic Vision December 8 – December 10, 2007 Obama 33%, Clinton 25%, Edwards 24%, Richardson 4%, Biden 4%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, Undecided 8%
Newsweek (Likely caucus-goers) December 5 – December 6, 2007 Obama 35%, Clinton 29%, Edwards 18%
Newsweek (All Democratic voters) December 5 – December 6, 2007 Clinton 30%, Obama 29%, Edwards 21%
Global Strategy Group/Edwards Campaign Internal Poll December 2 – December 5, 2007 Clinton 27% (26%), Edwards 24% (25%), Obama 22% (23%), Richardson 9% (8%), Biden 6% (7%), Kucinich 2%, Dodd 1%, Gravel -, Undecided 9%
Mason-Dixon December 3 – December 6, 2007 Clinton 27%, Obama 25%, Edwards 21%, Richardson 9%, Biden 5%
Strategic Vision November 30 – December 2, 2007 Obama 32%, Edwards 25%, Clinton 25%, Biden 5%, Richardson 3%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, Gravel -, Undecided 8%
American Research Group November 26 – November 29, 2007 Obama 27%, Clinton 25%, Edwards 23%, Biden 8%, Richardson 4%, Dodd 3%, Kucinich 2%, Gravel -, Other 2%
Des Moines Register Poll November 25 – November 28, 2007 Obama 28%, Clinton 25%, Edwards 23%, Richardson 9%, Biden 6%
Rasmussen Reports November 26 – November 27, 2007 Clinton 27%, Obama 25%, Edwards 24%, Richardson 10%, Biden 4%, Other 2%
Strategic Vision November 23 – November 25, 2007 Obama 29%, Clinton 29%, Edwards 23%, Richardson 6%, Biden 4%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, Undecided 7%
ABC News/Washington Post November 14 – November 18, 2007 Obama 30%, Clinton 26%, Edwards 22%, Richardson 11%, Biden 4%, Kucinich 2%, Dodd 1%, Gravel -%, No Opinion 3%, Other 1%
KCCI Des Moines November 12 – November 14, 2007 Clinton 27%, Obama 25%, Edwards 21%, Richardson 10%, Biden 4%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, Gravel -%, Undecided 11%
American Research Group November 10 – November 14, 2007 Clinton 27%, Obama 21%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 12%, Biden 5%, Dodd 3%, Kucinich 2%, Gravel -%, Undecided 10%
Rasmussen Reports November 12, 2007 Clinton 29%, Edwards 25%, Obama 24%, Richardson 10%, Biden 3%, Other 3%
Strategic Vision November 9 – November 12, 2007 Clinton 29%, Obama 27%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 7%, Biden 5%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, Undecided 10%
CBS/New York Times November 2 – November 11, 2007 Clinton 25%, Edwards 23%, Obama 22%, Richardson 12%, Biden 4%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 1%, Undecided 12%
American Research Group October 26 – October 29, 2007 Clinton 32%, Obama 22%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 7%, Biden 5%, Dodd 2%, Kucinich 1%, Gravel -%, Undecided 16%
University of Iowa October 17 – October 24, 2007 Clinton 28.9%, Obama 26.6%, Edwards 20.0%, Richardson 7.2%, Biden 5.3%, Don't know 8.9%, Others 3.3%
Strategic Vision October 12 – October 14, 2007 Clinton 28%, Obama 23%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 9%, Biden 6%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 1%, Undecided 12%
Rasmussen Reports October 10 & October 14, 2007 Clinton 33%, Edwards 22%, Obama 21%, Richardson 9%, Biden 4%, Other 2%
Des Moines Register October 1 – October 3, 2007 Clinton 29%, Edwards 23%, Obama 22%, Richardson 8%, Biden 5%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 1%, Gravel -%, Undecided 11%
American Research Group September 26 – September 29, 2007 Clinton 30%, Obama 24%, Edwards 19%, Richardson 10%, Biden 3%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 1%, Gravel -%, Undecided 13%
Newsweek (All Democratic voters) September 26 – September 27, 2007 Clinton 31%, Obama 25%, Edwards 21%, Richardson 6%, Biden 3%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 1%, Gravel 0%, Undecided 12%
Newsweek (Likely caucus-goers) September 26 – September 27, 2007 Obama 28%, Clinton 24%, Edwards 22%, Richardson 10%, Biden 5%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 1%, Gravel 0%, Undecided 9%
Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg September 6 – September 10, 2007 Clinton 28%, Edwards 23%, Obama 19%, Richardson 10%, Biden 2%, Kucinich 2%, Dodd 1%, Gravel 0.5%, Undecided 16%
Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg (Democrats only) September 6 – September 10, 2007 Clinton 33%, Edwards 24%, Obama 13%, Richardson 11%
American Research Group August 26 – August 29, 2007 Clinton 28%, Obama 23%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 13%, Kucinich 3%, Biden 1%, Dodd 1%, Gravel -, undecided 11%
TIME August 22 – August 26, 2007 Edwards 29%, Clinton 24%, Obama 22%, Richardson 11%, Biden 5%, Kucincih 2%, Dodd 1%, Gravel -, Other -, undecided 6%
Zogby International August 17 – August 19, 2007 Clinton 30%, Edwards 23%, Obama 19%, Richardson 10%, Biden 3%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd <1%, Gravel <1%, undecided 13%
Strategic Vision August 17 – August 19, 2007 Edwards 23%, Obama 22%, Clinton 21%, Richardson 14%, Biden 5%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, undecided 13%
University of Iowa (most likely caucus goers only) July 29 – August 5, 2007 Edwards 26.0%, Clinton 24.8%, Obama 19.3%, Richardson 9.4%, Other 4.1%, undecided 14.4%
University of Iowa (all caucus goers) July 29 – August 5, 2007 Clinton 26.8%, Obama 22.3%, Edwards 22.1%, Richardson 8.5%, Other 4.1%, Don't Know 16.2%
University of Iowa (self-identified Democrats – volunteered response) July 29 – August 5, 2007 Clinton 30.0%, Obama 20.4%, Edwards 16.1%, Richardson 5.5%, Dodd -, Biden -, Kucinich -, Other 2.8%, Don't Know 22.7%
University of Iowa (all voters – volunteered response) July 29 – August 5, 2007 Clinton 18.0%, Obama 13.8%, Edwards 8.9%, Richardson 3.5%, Dodd -, Biden -, Kucinich -, Republican candidate 17.0%, Other 2.6%, Don't Know 30.7%
Hart (D)/McLaughlin (R) 2–3 August 2007 Edwards 30%, Clinton 22%, Obama 18%, Richardson 13%, Biden 5%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 0%, Gravel 0%, undecided 11%
ABC News/Washington Post July 26 – July 31, 2007 Obama 27%, Clinton 26%, Edwards 26%, Richardson 11%, Kucinich 2%, Biden 2%, Dodd 1%, Gravel 0%
American Research Group July 26 – July 30, 2007 Clinton 30%, Edwards 21%, Obama 15%, Richardson 13%, Biden 3%, Kucinich 2%, Dodd 1%, Clark -, Gravel -, undecided 15%
Research 2000 July 23 – July 25, 2007 Edwards 27%, Clinton 22%, Obama 17%, Richardson 11%
American Research Group June 26 – June 30, 2007 Clinton 32%, Edwards 29%, Obama 13%, Richardson 5%, Biden 2%, Dodd 2%, Kucinich 1%, Clark 1%, Gravel 1%, undecided 14%
Strategic Vision (R) June 22 – June 24, 2007 Edwards 26%, Obama 21%, Clinton 20%, Richardson 11%, Biden 4%, Dodd 2%, Kucinich 1%, undecided 15%
Fairbank, Maslin, Maullin and Associates (Richardson)

(LIKELIEST Caucus Goers)

June 18 – June 20, 2007 Edwards 31%, Clinton 23%, Richardson 18%, Obama 16%, Biden 3%, Dodd 0%, Other 1%, undecided 8%
Mason-Dixon June 16, 2007 Clinton 22%, Edwards 21%, Obama 18%, Richardson 6%, undecided 25%
Public Policy Polling (D) May 30, 2007 Edwards 31%, Clinton 17%, Obama 17%, Richardson 10%, Biden 4%, Kucinich 2%, Dodd 1%, Gravel 0%, undecided 17%
American Research Group May 23 – May 25, 2007 Clinton 31%, Edwards 25%, Obama 11%, Richardson 8%, Kucinich 4%, Biden 3%, Dodd 2%, Clark 1%, Gravel 1%, undecided 14%
Strategic Vision (R) May 18 – May 20, 2007 Edwards 29%, Obama 24%, Clinton 16%, Richardson 9%, Biden 3%, Dodd 2%, Kucinich 1%, undecided 16%
Des Moines Register May 19, 2007 Edwards 29%, Obama 23%, Clinton 21%, Richardson 10%, Biden 3%, Kucinich 2%, Gravel 1%, Dodd 0%, Uncommitted/Unsure 11%
Research 2000 May 14 – May 16, 2007 Clinton 28%, Edwards 26%, Obama 22%, Richardson 7%, Kucinich 2%, Biden 2%, Dodd 2%, Gravel 1%, undecided 10%
Zogby May 14 – May 15, 2007 Edwards 26%, Clinton 24%, Obama 22%, Richardson 6%, Biden 4%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd -, Not Sure 16%
American Research Group April 27 – April 30, 2007 Edwards 27%, Clinton 23%, Obama 17%, Biden 6%, Richardson 5%, Dodd 2%, Kucinich 2%, Clark -, Gravel -, undecided 16%
Strategic Vision (R) 30 March–April 1, 2007 Edwards 27%, Obama 20%, Clinton 19%, Richardson 4%, Biden 4%, Clark 1%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 1%, undecided 23%
University of Iowa (Likely Caucus Goers) 19–31 March 2007 Edwards 34.2%, Clinton 28.5%, Obama 19.3%, 12.5% Undecided
Zogby 26 March 2007 Edwards 27%, Clinton 25%, Obama 23%, Richardson 3%, Biden 3%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 1%, Not Sure 15%
American Research Group 19–22 March 2007 Clinton 34%, Edwards 33%, Obama 16%, Biden 2%, Clark 2%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, Richardson 1%, Gravel 0%, undecided 10%
University of Iowa 22–25 March 2007 Edwards 36.4%, Clinton 33.9%, Obama 14.4%
University of Iowa 19–21 March 2007 Edwards 30.2%, Clinton 24.4%, Obama 22.1%
American Research Group Feb, 2007 Clinton 31%, Edwards 27%, Obama 23%, Kucinich 1%, Biden 2%, Clark 1%, Dodd 1%, Richardson 1%, Gravel 0%, undecided 14%
Strategic Vision 16–18 February 2007 Edwards 24%, Clinton 18%, Vilsack 18%, Obama 18%, Biden 5%, Richardson 3%, Clark 2%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, undecided 14%
Zogby International 7–8 February 2007 Clinton 24%, Edwards 24%, Obama 18%, Vilsack 9%, Biden 4%
American Research Group 29 January – 1 February 2007 Clinton 35%, Edwards 18%, Obama 14%, Vilsack 12%, Kucinich 2%, Biden 2%, Clark 2%, Dodd 1%, Richardson 1%, Gravel 0%, undecided 13%
Strategic Vision Political 19–21 January 2007 Edwards 25%, Obama 17%, Vilsack 16%, Clinton 15%, Biden 4%, John Kerry 3%, Clark 2%, Richardson 1%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, undecided 15%
Zogby International 15–16 January 2007 Edwards 27%, Obama 17%, Vilsack 16%, Clinton 16%, Biden 3%, John Kerry 3%, Kucinich 1%, Richardson 1%
American Research Group 19 December-23, 2006 Clinton 31%, Edwards 20%, Vilsack 17%, Obama 10%, Kucinich 5%, Biden 2%, Dodd 2%, John Kerry 2%, Clark 1%, Gravel 1%, Richardson 1%
KCCI-TV 18 December-20, 2006 Edwards 22%, Obama 22%, Vilsack 12%, Clinton 10%, Al Gore 7%, John Kerry 5%
Harstad Research 16 December 2006 Edwards 36%, Clinton 16%, Obama 13%, Vilsack 9%

New Hampshire[edit]

New HampshireNew Hampshire winner: Hillary Clinton
Primary date: January 8, 2008
Delegates At Stake 22
Delegates Won Hillary Clinton-9 Barack Obama-9 John Edwards-4
2008 Demo New Hampshire.png See also [5][6][7]

Poll source Date Highlights
Actual Result (100% precincts reporting) January 8, 2008 Clinton 39%, Obama 37%, Edwards 17%, Richardson 5%, Kucinich 1%, Biden <1%, Gravel <1%, Dodd <1%
Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby Poll

Sample Size: 862
Margin of Error: ±3.4%

January 5 – January 7, 2008 Obama 42%, Clinton 29%, Edwards 17%, Richardson 5%, Kucinich 2%
Rasmussen Reports

Sample Size: 1774
Margin of Error: ±2%

January 5 – January 7, 2008 Obama 37%, Clinton 30%, Edwards 19%, Richardson 7%, Kucinich 3%
Rasmussen Reports

Sample Size: 1203
Margin of Error: ±3%

January 5 – January 6, 2008 Obama 38%, Clinton 28%, Edwards 18%, Richardson 8%, Kucinich 4%, Gravel 0%
Marist College Institute for Public Opinion (likely voters)

Sample Size: 636
Margin of Error: ±4%

January 5 – January 6, 2008 Obama 34%, Clinton 28%, Edwards 21%, Richardson 7%, Kucinich 3%, Other <1%, Undecided 7%
Marist College Institute for Public Opinion (likely w/ leaners)

Sample Size: 788

January 5 – January 6, 2008 Obama 36%, Clinton 28%, Edwards 22%, Richardson 7%, Kucinich 3%, Other <1%, Undecided 4%
CNN/WMUR/University of New Hampshire Poll

Sample Size: 341
Margin of Error: ±5%

January 5 – January 6, 2008 Obama 39%, Clinton 29%, Edwards 16%, Richardson 7%, Kucinich 2%
Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby

Sample Size: 844
Margin of Error: ±3.4%

January 4 – January 6, 2008 Obama 39%, Clinton 29%, Edwards 19%, Richardson 6%, Kucinich 2%, Undecided 6%
USA Today/Gallup Poll

Sample Size: 778
Margin of Error: ±4%

January 4 – January 6, 2008 Obama 41%, Clinton 28%, Edwards 19%, Richardson 6%, No one else above 3%
Strategic Vision

Sampling Size: 600
Margin of Error: ±4.5%

January 4 – January 6, 2008 Obama 38%, Clinton 29%, Edwards 19%, Richardson 7%, Kucinich 1%, Undecided 6%
Fox News/Opinion Dynamics

Sampling Size: 500
Margin of Error: ±4%

January 4 – January 6, 2008 Obama 32%, Clinton 28%, Edwards 18%, Richardson 6%, Kucinich 2%, Gravel 1%, Other 1%, Don't know 12%
Franklin Pierce University/WBZ

Sampling Size: 403
Margin of Error: ±4.9%

January 4 – January 6, 2008 Obama 34%, Clinton 31%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 6%, Kucinich 1%, Undecided 7%
Rasmussen Reports Daily Poll

Sample Size: 1,240
Margin of Error: ±3%

January 4 – January 5, 2008 Obama 39%, Clinton 27%, Edwards 18%, Richardson 8%, Kucinich 3%
American Research Group

Sample Size: 600
Margin of Error: ±4%

January 4 – January 5, 2008 Obama 38%, Clinton 26%, Edwards 20%, Gravel 3%, Richardson 3%, Kucinich 1%, Undecided 9%
Concord Monitor

Sample Size: 400
Margin of Error: ±5%

January 4 – January 5, 2008 Obama 34%, Clinton 33%, Edwards 23%, Richardson 4%, Kucinich 3%
CNN/WMUR

Sample Size: 359
Margin of Error: ±5%

January 4 – January 5, 2008 Obama 33%, Clinton 33%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 4%
Suffolk University/WHDH 7

Sampling Size: 500

January 4 – January 5, 2008 Clinton 35%, Obama 33%, Edwards 14%, Richardson 5%, Kucinich 1%, Gravel 1%, Undecided 11%, Refused 1%
Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby Poll

Sample Size: 844
Margin of Error: ±3.4%

January 2 – January 5, 2008 Clinton 31%, Obama 30%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 7%, Kucinich 3%, Biden 1%, Dodd 1%
Rasmussen Reports Daily Poll

Sample Size: 510
Margin of Error: ±4.5%

January 4, 2008 Obama 37%, Clinton 27%, Edwards 19%, Richardson 8%, Kucinich 3%, Gravel 1%
Suffolk University/WHDH 7

Sampling Size: 499

January 3 – January 4, 2008 Clinton 37%, Obama 25%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 4%, Biden 2%, Kucinich 1%, Undecided 12%, Refused 2%
Mason-Dixon/McClatchy/MSNBC/Miami Herald Poll January 2 – January 42008 Obama 33%, Clinton 31%, Edwards 17%, Richardson 7%, Kucinich 1%, Gravel 0%, Undecided 8%
Zogby

Sampling Size: 893
Margin of Error: ±3.3%

January 1 – January 42008 Clinton 32%, Obama 28%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 7%, Kucinich 3%, Biden 2%, Dodd 1%, Undecided 7%
Zogby

Sample Size: 960
Margin of Error: ±3.2%

December 312007 – January 32008 Clinton 32%, Obama 26%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 7%, Kucinich 3%, Biden 2%, Dodd 1%, Undecided 8%
Franklin Pierce

Sample Size: 403
Margin of Error: ±4.9%

December 27 – December 31, 2007 Clinton 32%, Obama 28%, Edwards 19%, Richardson 8%, Biden 3%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 1%, Gravel 0%, Undecided 8%
CNN/University of New Hampshire

Sample Size: 521
Margin of Error: ±5%

December 27 – December 30, 2007 Clinton 34%, Obama 30%, Edwards 17%, Richardson 5%, Biden 3%, Kucinich 2%, No opinion 8%
American Research Group

Sample Size: 600
Margin of Error: ±4%

December 27 – December 29, 2007 Clinton 31%, Obama 27%, Edwards 21%, Richardson 5%, Biden 3%, Kucinich 3%, Dodd 1%, Gravel 1%, Undecided 8%
LA Times/Bloomberg (Likely Voters)

Sample Size: 361
Margin of Error: ±4%

December 20 – December 26, 2007 Obama 32%, Clinton 30%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 4%, Biden 1%
Boston Globe/NH University

Sample Size: 422
Margin of Error: ± 4.9%

December 16 – December 20, 2007 Obama 30%, Clinton 28%, Edwards 14%, Richardson 7%, Undecided 20%
USA Today/Gallup December 17 – December 19, 2007 Obama 32%, Clinton 32%, Edwards 18%, Richardson 8%, Biden 4%, Kucinich 3%, Dodd 1%, Gravel 0%, No opinion 3%
American Research Group

Sample Size: 600
Margin of Error: ±4%

December 16 – December 19, 2007 Clinton 38%, Obama 24%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 5%, Biden 4%, Kucinich 2%, Dodd 2%, Gravel 1%, Undecided 9%

Rasmussen Reports

December 18, 2007 Clinton 31%, Obama 28%, Edwards 18%, Richardson 8%, Kucinich 3%, Biden 2%, Dodd 1%, Gravel 0%
Concord Monitor/Research 2000 December 10 – December 12, 2007 Obama 32%, Clinton 31%, Edwards 18%, Richardson 8%, Kucinich 3%, Biden 2%, Dodd 1%, Undecided 5%

Rasmussen Reports

December 11, 2007 Obama 31%, Clinton 28%, Edwards 17%, Richardson 8%, Biden 4%, Kucinich 3%, Gravel 1%, Dodd 0%
CNN/WMUR December 6 – December 10, 2007 Clinton 31%, Obama 30%, Edwards 16%, Richardson 7%
Mason-Dixon December 3 – December 6, 2007 Clinton 30%, Obama 27%, Edwards 10%, Richardson 7%, Biden 3%, Kucinich 3%, Dodd 1%, Gravel -%, Undecided 19%
ABC News/Washington Post November 29 – December 3, 2007 Clinton 35%, Obama 29%, Edwards 17%, Richardson 10%, Kucinich 3%, Biden 2%, Dodd 1%, Gravel 0%, Undecided 3%
American Research Group November 26 – November 29, 2007 Clinton 34%, Obama 23%, Edwards 17%, Richardson 10%, Biden 3%, Dodd 2%, Kucinich 2%, Gravel 1%, Undecided 8%
Rasmussen Reports November 29, 2007 Clinton 33%, Obama 26%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 9%, Kucinich 4%, Biden 4%, Dodd 1%, Gravel 0%
CNN/WMUR November 14 – November 18, 2007 Clinton 36%, Obama 22%, Edwards 12%, Richardson 12%, Kucinich 3%, Biden 2%, Dodd 1%, Gravel 0%, Undecided 11%
CBS/New York Times November 2 – November 11, 2007 Clinton 37%, Obama 22%, Edwards 9%, Richardson 6%, Kucinich 5%, Biden 2%, Dodd 1%, Undecided 18%
Boston Globe (UNH) November 2 – November 7, 2007 Clinton 35%, Obama 21%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 10%, Other 8%, Undecided 12%
Marist College November 2 – November 6, 2007 Clinton 36%, Obama 25%, Edwards 14%, Richardson 6%, Kucinich 3%, Biden 2%, Dodd 1%, Gravel <1% Undecided 13%
Rasmussen November 5, 2007 Clinton 34%, Obama 24%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 8%, Biden 3%, Dodd 3%, Kucinich 2%, Gravel 1%
American Research Group October 26 – October 29, 2007 Clinton 40%, Obama 22%, Edwards 10%, Richardson 5%, Biden 4%, Dodd 3%, Kucinich 3%, Gravel -%, Undecided 13%
Rasmussen October 23, 2007 Clinton 38%, Obama 22%, Edwards 14%, Richardson 7%, Kucinich 7%, Biden 2%, Dodd 2%, Gravel 2%, Undecided 6%
Marist College Institute for Public Opinion (Likely Voters) October 5 – October 7, 2007 Clinton 41%, Obama 20%, Edwards 11%, Richardson 8%, Biden 3%, Kucinich 3%, Dodd 2%, Gravel <1%, Undecided 12%
American Research Group September 26 – September 29, 2007 Clinton 41%, Obama 22%, Edwards 10%, Richardson 8%, Biden 2%, Dodd 2%, Kucinich 2%, Gravel -%, Undecided 12%
Zogby September 26 – September 28, 2007 Clinton 38%, Obama 23%, Edwards 12%, Richardson 8%, Kucinich 3%, Biden 2%, Dodd 2%, Gravel <1%, Undecided 10%
Rasmussen Reports September 16, 2007 Clinton 40%, Obama 17%, Edwards 14%, Richardson 11%, Biden 5%, Some Other Candidates 14%
Franklin Pierce University / WBZ Poll September 11 – September 14, 2007 Clinton 36%, Obama 18%, Edwards 12%, Richardson 10%, Al Gore 5%, Kucinich 3%, Biden 3%, Dodd 1%, Gravel 1%, Undecided 11%
Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg September 6 – September 10, 2007 Clinton 35%, Edwards 16%, Obama 16%, Richardson 8%, Kucinich 3%, Biden 3%, Gravel <0.05%, Dodd <0.05%, Undecided 17%
Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg (Democrats only) September 6 – September 10, 2007 Clinton 40%, Obama 17%, Edwards 13%
American Research Group August 26 – August 29, 2007 Clinton 37%, Obama 17%, Edwards 14%, Richardson 7%, Biden 4%, Dodd 2%, Kucinich 2%, Gravel 1%,
Rasmussen Reports August 9, 2007 Clinton 37%, Obama 22%, Edwards 14%, Richardson 9%, Kucinich 4%, Biden 2%, Dodd% -, Gravel -, undecided 11%
American Research Group July 26 – July 30, 2007 Clinton 31%, Obama 31%, Edwards 14%, Richardson 7%, Biden 2%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, Clark -, Gravel -, undecided 13%
Hart-McLaughlin July 24 – July 26, 2007 Clinton 36%, Obama 19%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 12%, Biden 2%, Kucinich 2%, Dodd 1%, Gravel 0%, undecided 13%
CNN/WMUR/UNH

Gore Excluded

July 9 – July 17, 2007 Clinton 36%, Obama 27%, Richardson 11%, Edwards 9%, Biden 4%, Kucinich 3%, Dodd -, Gravel -, undecided 9%
CNN/WMUR/UNH

Gore Included

July 9 – July 17, 2007 Clinton 33%, Obama 25%, Richardson 10%, Edwards 8%, Al Gore 8%, Biden 3%, Kucinich 3%, Dodd -, Gravel -, undecided 9%
Research 2000

Gore Excluded

July 9 – July 11, 2007 Clinton 33%, Obama 25%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 7%, Dodd 3%, Biden 2%, Kucinich 2%, Gravel 1%
Research 2000

Gore Included

July 9 – July 11, 2007 Clinton 27%, Obama 23%, Al Gore 14%, Edwards 10%, Richardson 8%
American Research Group June 27 – June 30, 2007 Clinton 34%, Obama 25%, Edwards 11%, Richardson 6%, Biden 4%, Kucinich 3%, Dodd 3%, Gravel 2%, Clark 1%, undecided 11%
Rasmussen Reports June 28, 2007 Clinton 28%, Obama 21%, Edwards 10%, Richardson 9%, Biden 3%, Dodd 2%, Kucinich 2%
Suffolk University June 24, 2007 Clinton 37%, Obama 19%, Edwards 9%, Richardson 9%, Kucinich 5%, Biden 2%, Dodd 2%, Gravel 1%, undecided 16%
CNN/WMUR Poll (Gore excl.) June 6 – June 10, 2007 Clinton 39%, Obama 24%, Edwards 14%, Richardson 11%, Biden 5%, Kucinich 2%
CNN/WMUR Poll (Gore incl.) June 6 – June 10, 2007 Clinton 36%, Obama 22%, Edwards 12%, Al Gore 12%, Richardson 10%, Biden 4%, Kucinich 1%
Mason-Dixon June 4 – June 7, 2007 Clinton 26%, Obama 21%, Edwards 18%, Richardson 9%, Biden 6%
Franklin Pierce College/WBZ June 4, 2007 Clinton 38%, Obama 16%, Edwards 13%, Al Gore 8%, Richardson 8%, Biden 4%, Kucinich 2%, Clark 1%, Dodd 1%, Gravel 0%, Sharpton 0%, undecided 10%
American Research Group May 23 – May 25, 2007 Clinton 34%, Edwards 18%, Obama 15%, Richardson 9%, Biden 3%, Dodd 3%, Kucinich 2%, Clark 1%, Gravel 1%, undecided 14%
Zogby May 15 – May 16, 2007 Clinton 28%, Obama 26%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 10%, Kucinich 4%, Biden 1%, Dodd -, Gravel -, Not Sure 15%
Survey USA May 4 – May 6, 2007 Clinton 40%, Obama 24%, Edwards 22%, Other 10%, undecided 4%
American Research Group April 27 – April 30, 2007 Clinton 37%, Edwards 26%, Obama 14%, Richardson 3%, Biden 2%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 2%, Clark -, Gravel -, undecided 15%
Zogby April 3, 2007 Clinton 29% John Edwards 23%, Obama 23%, Biden 2%, Richardson 2%, Kucinich 1%, Clark -, Dodd -, Gravel -, Kerry -, Not Sure 17%
University of New Hampshire 27 March–April 2, 2007 Clinton 27%, Edwards 21%, Obama 20%, Al Gore 11%, Richardson 4%, Biden 2%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 1%, Clark 0%, Gravel 0%, Al Sharpton 0%, Other 0%, undecided 12%
American Research Group 19–22 March 2007 Clinton 37%, Obama 23%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 2%, Biden 2%, Clark 1%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 1%, Gravel 0%, undecided 12%
Franklin Pierce College/WBZ 7–11 March 2007 Clinton 32%, Obama 25%, Edwards 16%, Al Gore 10, Richardson 3, Kucinich 2%, Biden 1%, Clark 1%, Dodd 0%, Gravel 0%, Al Sharpton 0%, undecided 9%
Franklin Pierce College/WBZ (without Gore) 7–11 March 2007 Clinton 35%, Obama 26%, Edwards 18%, Other 8%, undecided 12%
Suffolk University 24–28 February 2007 Clinton 28%, Obama 26%, Edwards 17%, Biden 3%, Kucinich 2%, Richardson 2%, Clark 1%, Dodd 0%, Gravel 0%, Al Sharpton 0%, Refused 1%, undecided 17%
University of New Hampshire 1–5 February 2007 Clinton 35%, Obama 21%, Edwards 16%, Al Gore 8%, Biden 3%, Dodd 1%, Richardson 1%, Vilsack 1%, Clark 1%, Kucinich 1%, Gravel 0%, Al Sharpton 0%, Don't Know 14%
American Research Group 31 January-1 February 2007 Clinton 39%, Obama 19%, Edwards 13%, Other 2%, undecided 21%
Zogby International 15–17 January 2007 Obama 23%, Clinton 19%, Edwards 19%, John Kerry 5%, Clark 3%, Biden 3%, Kucinich 1%, Richardson 1%, Vilsack 1%
American Research Group 26 December-27, 2006 Clinton 27%, Obama 21%, Edwards 18%, John Kerry 6%, Kucinich 4%, Clark 2%, Richardson 2%, Biden 1%, Dodd 1%, Vilsack 1%, Gravel 0%

Michigan[edit]

MichiganMichigan winner: Hillary Clinton
Primary date: January 15, 2008[2][3][4]
Delegates At Stake 0
Delegates Won 0
NOTE: In moving its primary before February 5, 2008, Michigan has violated Democratic Party rules and their delegates may not be seated at the nominating convention.[5]


2008 Demo Michigan.png

See also [8][9][10][11]

Poll source Date Highlights
Actual Result (100% precincts reporting) January 15, 2008 Clinton 55%, Uncommitted 40%, Kucinich 4%, Dodd 1%, Gravel <1%
American Research Group

Sampling Size: 600
Margin of Error: ±4%

January 12–14, 2008 Clinton 56%, Uncommitted 31%, Kucinich 3%, Gravel 1%, Undecided 9%
Detroit News/WXYZ

Sampling Size: 600
Margin of Error: ±4%

January 9–12, 2008 Clinton 56%, Uncommitted 33%
American Research Group

Sampling Size: 600
Margin of Error: ±4%

January 9–11, 2008 Clinton 57%, Uncommitted 28%, Kucinich 3%, Undecided 12%
Detroit Free Press-Local 4 Michigan Poll

Sampling Size: 600
Margin of Error: ± 4%

January 9 – January 11, 2008 For the available slots on the ballot:

Clinton 56%, Kucinich 2%, Dodd 0%, Gravel 0%, Uncommitted 30%, Unsure 10% (Obama and Edwards not included in survey)


If all of the Democratic candidates were on the ballot:
Clinton 46%, Obama 23%, Edwards 13%, Kucinich 2%, Richardson 1%, Gravel 0%, Uncommitted 6%, Unsure 8%

Rossman Group/MIRS/Denno-Noor

Margin of Error: ± 5.8%

January 6 – January 7, 2008 Clinton 48%, Kucinich 3%, Dodd 1%, Gravel 1%, Uncommitted 21%, Unsure 11% (Obama and Edwards not included in survey)
The Rossman Group

Margin of Error: ± 4%

November 30 – December 3, 2007 Clinton 37%, Obama 20%, Al Gore 13%, Edwards 11%, Kucinich 2%, Other 2%, Biden 1%, Richardson 0%, Undecided/Refused 12%
Strategic Vision (R) October 5 – October 7, 2007 Clinton 42%, Obama 26%, Edwards 10%, Richardson 7%, Biden 2%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, Undecided 11%
American Research Group September 1 – September 4, 2007 Clinton 43%, Obama 21%, Edwards 14%, Richardson 5%, Biden 2%, Kucinich 2%, Dodd 1%, Gravel -, undecided 12%
Detroit News/WXYZ-TV August 26 – August 31, 2007 Clinton 40%, Obama 21%, Edwards 16%
Detroit News/WXYZ-TV August 8 – August 13, 2007 Clinton 45%, Obama 26%, Edwards 16%
Strategic Vision (R) July 8 – July 12, 2007 Clinton 32%, Obama 25%, Edwards 16%, Richardson 7%, Biden 4%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, undecided 14%
American Research Group May 4 – May 8, 2007 Clinton 38%, Obama 25%, Edwards 14%, Biden 3%, Dodd 2%, Kucinich 2%, Richardson 2%, Clark -, Gravel -, undecided 14%
Strategic Vision (R) 13–15 April 2007 Clinton 29%, Obama 24%, Edwards 22%, Biden 3%, Richardson 3%, Clark 2%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 1%, undecided 17%
EPIC-MRA 12–18 March 2007 Clinton 45%, Obama 29%, Edwards 16%, Richardson 4%, Biden 4%, undecided 2%
Strategic Vision 9–11 March 2007 Clinton 33%, Obama 28%, Edwards 14%, Biden 4%, Richardson 2%, Clark 2%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 1%, undecided 15%
American Research Group February 23 – February 27, 2007 Clinton 35%, Obama 30%, Edwards 14%, Biden 2%, Kucinich 2%, Dodd 1%, Clark 1%, Richardson 1% Undecided 15%
Detroit Free Press-Local 4 Michigan Poll 28–31 January 2007 Clinton 49%, Obama 20%, Edwards 8%, Al Gore 7%, Richardson 2%, Biden 2%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 1%
American Research Group 4–7 January 2007 Clinton 30%, Obama 30%, Edwards 17%, Biden 2%, Clark 2%, Kucinich 2%, Dodd 1%, undecided 14%

Nevada[edit]

NevadaNevada winner: Hillary Clinton
Primary date: January 19, 2008
Delegates At Stake 25
Delegates Won Barack Obama-13 Hillary Clinton-12
2008 Demo Nevada.png See also [12][13][14]

Poll source Date Highlights
Actual Result (100% precincts reporting) January 19, 2008 Clinton 51%, Obama 45%, Edwards 4%, Uncommitted <1%, Kucinich <1%
Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby

Sampling Size: 814
Margin of Error: ±3.4%

January 15–17, 2008 Clinton 42%, Obama 37%, Edwards 12%
Mason-Dixon

Sampling Size: 500
Margin of Error: ±4.5%

January 14–16, 2008 Clinton 41%, Obama 32%, Edwards 14%
American Research Group

Sampling Size: 500
Margin of Error: ±3.8%

January 9–14, 2008 Clinton 35%, Obama 32%, Edwards 25%
Research 2000/Reno Gazette-Journal

Sampling Size: 500
Margin of Error: ±4.5%

January 11–13, 2008 Obama 32%, Clinton 30%, Edwards 27%
American Research Group

Sample Size: 600
Margin of Error: ± 4%

December 1 – December 6, 2007 Clinton 45%, Obama 18%, Edwards 14%, Biden 4%, Kucinich 4%, Dodd 2%, Richardson 2%, Gravel -%, Undecided 11%
Mason-Dixon December 3 – December 5, 2007 Clinton 34%, Obama 26%, Edwards 9%, Richardson 7%
Zogby International November 9 – November 10, 2007 Clinton 37%, Obama 19%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 6%, Biden 2%, Kucinich 2%, Dodd <1%, Gravel <1%, Not Sure 17%
Mason-Dixon October 9 – October 11, 2007 Clinton 39%, Obama 21%, Edwards 9%, Richardson 8%, undecided 20%
American Research Group October 5 – October 9, 2007 Clinton 51%, Edwards 14%, Obama 11%, Richardson 5%, Biden 4%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 1%, undecided 13%
Reno Gazette-Journal August 14 – August 16, 2007 Clinton 33%, Obama 19%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 11%, Al Gore 8%, Biden 2%, Gravel 1%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 1%, undecided 9%
Mason-Dixon June 20 – June 22, 2007 Clinton 39%, Obama 17%, Edwards 12%, Richardson 7%, Biden 2%
American Research Group June 15 – June 19, 2007 Clinton 40%, Edwards 16%, Obama 16%, Richardson 6%, Biden 2%, Kucinich 2%, Clark 1%, Dodd 1%, Gravel 1%, undecided 15%
Mason-Dixon April 30 – May 2, 2007 Clinton 37%, Edwards 13%, Obama 12%, Al Gore 9%, Richardson 6%, undecided 19%
Zogby International April 11 – April 12, 2007 Clinton 35%, Obama 21%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 5%, Biden 2%, Gravel <1%, Kucinich <1%, Dodd <1%, Not Sure 19%
Gazette-Journal Poll 9 March 2007 Clinton 32%, Obama 20%, Edwards 11%, Al Gore 11%, Clark 2%, Richardson 2%, Biden 1%, Dodd 1%, Gravel 1%, Kucinich 1%
American Research Group 19 December-23, 2006 Clinton 37%, Obama 13%, Edwards 9%, John Kerry 9%, Clark 4%, Dodd 2%, Biden 1%, Gravel 1%, Kucinich 1%, Richardson 1%, Vilsack 1%

South Carolina[edit]

South CarolinaSouth Carolina winner: Barack Obama
Primary date: January 26, 2008
Delegates At Stake 45
Delegates Won Barack Obama-25 Hillary Clinton-12 John Edwards-8
2008 Demo South Carolina.png See also [15][16][17]

Poll source Date Highlights
Actual Result (100% precincts reporting) January 26, 2008 Obama 55%, Clinton 27%, Edwards 18%
Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby

Sampling Size: 816
Margin of Error: ±3.4%

January 24–25, 2008 Obama 41%, Clinton 26%, Edwards 19%, Undecided 14%
Survey USA

Sampling Size: 606
Margin of Error: ±4.1%

January 23–24, 2008 Obama 43%, Clinton 30%, Edwards 24%, Other 2%, Undecided 2%
Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby

Sampling Size: 811
Margin of Error: ±3.4%

January 22–24, 2008 Obama 38%, Clinton 25%, Edwards 21%, Undecided 16%
Mason Dixon

Sampling Size: 400
Margin of Error: ±5%

January 22–23, 2008 Obama 38%, Clinton 30%, Edwards 19%, Undecided 13%
Survey USA

Sampling Size: 685
Margin of Error: ±3.8%

January 22–23, 2008 Obama 45%, Clinton 29%, Edwards 22%, Other 2%, Undecided 1%
Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby

Sampling Size: 811
Margin of Error: ±3.4%

January 21–23, 2008 Obama 39%, Clinton 24%, Edwards 19%, Undecided 18%
Clemson University

Margin of Error: ±4.6%

January 15–23, 2008 Obama 27%, Clinton 20%, Edwards 17%, Not Sure 36%
Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby

Sampling Size: 811
Margin of Error: ±3.4%

January 20–22, 2008 Obama 43%, Clinton 25%, Edwards 15%, Kucinich <1%, Gravel <1%, Someone Else 4%, Not Sure 14%
Rasmussen Reports

Sampling Size: 624
Margin of Error: ±4%

January 21, 2008 Obama 43%, Clinton 28%, Edwards 17%, Someone Else 5%, Not Sure 6%
Rasmussen Reports

Sampling Size: 571

January 16, 2008 Obama 44%, Clinton 31%, Edwards 15%, Other 6%, Not Sure 5%
Survey USA

Sampling Size: 577
Margin of Error: ±4.2%

January 15–16, 2008 Obama 46%, Clinton 36%, Edwards 15%, Someone Else 1%, Not Sure 2%
MSNBC/McClatchy/Mason Dixon

Sampling Size: 400
Margin of Error: ±5%

January 14–16, 2008 Obama 40%, Clinton 31%, Edwards 13%, Kucinich 1%, Not Sure 15%
Insider Advantage

Sampling Size: 400

January 14–15, 2008 Obama 40.6%, Clinton 30.7%, Edwards 13.3%, Other 1.5%, Not Sure 13.8%
Rasmussen Reports

Sampling Size: 516
Margin of Error: ±4%

January 13, 2008 Obama 38%, Clinton 33%, Edwards 17%, Other 6%, Not Sure 5%
Rasmussen Reports

Sampling Size: 494
Margin of Error: ±4%

January 9, 2008 Obama 42%, Clinton 30%, Edwards 15%, Richardson 2%, Not Sure 10%
Insider Advantage

Sampling Size: 393
Margin of Error: ±5%

January 7, 2008 Obama 40%, Clinton 33%, Edwards 15%, Kucinich 2.7%, Richardson 2.1%, No Opinion 6.9%
Rasmussen Reports

Sample Size: 553
Margin of Error: ± 4%

January 6, 2008 Obama 42%, Clinton 30%, Edwards 14%
SurveyUSA

Sample Size: 579
Margin of Error: ± 4.2%

January 4 – January 6, 2008 Obama 50%, Clinton 30%, Edwards 16%, Undecided 3%, Other 2%
SurveyUSA

Sample Size: 496
Margin of Error: ± 4.5%

December 17 – December 18, 2007 Clinton 41%, Obama 39%, Edwards 17%, Other 1%, Undecided 2%
CBS News December 13 – December 17, 2007 Obama 35%, Clinton 34%, Edwards 13%, Biden 1%, Richardson 1%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 0%, Undecided/Don't know 15%
Rasmussen Reports December 16, 2007 Obama 33%, Clinton 33%, Edwards 17%, Some other candidate 9%, Not sure 8%
CNN December 9 – December 12, 2007 Clinton 42%, Obama 34%, Edwards 16%, Biden 3%, Richardson 2%
Insider Advantage December 8 – December 9, 2007 Obama 28%, Clinton 22%, Edwards 14%, Biden 10%, Richardson 2%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 0%, Gravel 0%, No opinion 23%
Survey USA December 7 – December 9, 2007 Clinton 44%, Obama 40%, Edwards 11%, Other 3%, Undecided 2%
Mason-Dixon December 3 – December 6, 2007 Clinton 28%, Obama 25%, Edwards 18%, Biden 2%, Richardson 1%
Insider Advantage December 3 – December 4, 2007 Obama 26%, Clinton 24%, Edwards 15%, Biden 10%
Rasmussen Reports December 3 – December 4, 2007 Clinton 36%, Obama 34%, Edwards 13%, Other 9%, Undecided 9%
American Research Group November 26 – November 29, 2007 Clinton 45%, Obama 21%, Edwards 12%, Biden 6%, Richardson 2%, Kucinich 2%, Dodd 1%, Gravel -, undecided 11%
Rasmussen Reports November 20, 2007 Clinton 43%, Obama 33%, Edwards 11%, Other 6%, undecided 6%
Survey USA November 9 – November 11, 2007 Clinton 47%, Obama 33%, Edwards 10%, Other 5%, undecided 5%
American Research Group October 26 – October 29, 2007 Clinton 41%, Obama 19%, Edwards 18%, Biden 6%, Richardson 1%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, Gravel -, undecided 13%
Winthrop/ETV Poll October 7 – October 28, 2007 Clinton 33.0%, Obama 22.7%, Edwards 9.6%, Biden 2.4%, Richardson 0.4%, Dodd 0.4%, Kucinich 0.0%, Gravel 0.0%, undecided 29.6%
American Research Group September 26 – September 29, 2007 Clinton 41%, Obama 30%, Edwards 7%, Richardson 5%, Biden 2%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, Gravel -, undecided 13%
Rasmussen September 26 – September 27, 2007 Clinton 43%, Obama 30%, Edwards 10%, Richardson 2%, Biden 2%, Kucinich 2%, undecided 11%
Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg September 6 – September 10, 2007 Clinton 45%, Obama 27%, Edwards 7%, Biden 3%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 1%, Richardson 1%, Gravel <0.5%, Undecided 13%
Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg (Liberal Democrats) September 6 – September 10, 2007 Clinton 51%, Obama 24%, Edwards 7%
American Research Group August 26 – August 29, 2007 Clinton 32%, Edwards 24%, Obama 21%, Biden 2%, Kucinich 2%, Richardson 2%, Dodd -, Gravel -, undecided 17%
Clemson University Palmetto Poll August 20 – August 29, 2007 Clinton 26%, Obama 16%, Edwards 10%, Al Gore 8%, Biden 3%, Richardson 2%, Kucinich -%, Dodd -, Gravel -, undecided 35%
Rasmussen Reports August 20, 2007 Clinton 36%, Obama 30%, Edwards 13%, Biden 3%, Richardson 2%
Public Policy Polling (D) August 13, 2007 Clinton 38%, Obama 33%, Edwards 12%, Richardson 3%, Biden 3%, Kucinich 1%, Others 0%, undecided 12%
American Research Group July 26 – July 30, 2007 Obama 33%, Clinton 29%, Edwards 18%, Biden 3%, Richardson 2%, Clark 1%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, Gravel -, undecided 12%
Insider Advantage July 24, 2007 Clinton 43%, Obama 33%, Edwards 13%, Richardson 5%, Biden 4%, Gravel 1%, Others 1%, undecided 5%
CNN/Opinion Research

Without Gore

July 16 – July 18, 2007 Clinton 43%, Obama 27%, Edwards 17%, Richardson 2%, Biden 1%, Dodd -, Kucinich -, Gravel -, undecided 9%
CNN/Opinion Research

With Gore

July 16 – July 18, 2007 Clinton 39%, Obama 25%, Edwards 15%, Al Gore 10%, Richardson 2%, Biden 1%, Dodd -, Kucinich -, Gravel -, undecided 7%
American Research Group June 26 – June 30, 2007 Clinton 37%, Edwards 22%, Obama 21%, Biden 3%, Dodd 2%, Kucinich 2%, Richardson 1%, Clark 1%, Gravel -, undecided 11%
Mason Dixon June 13 – June 15, 2007 Obama 34%, Clinton 25%, Edwards 12%, Biden 2%, Al Gore (Vol) 2%, Richardson 1%, Dodd -, Gravel -, Kucinich -, undecided 34%
Public Policy Polling (D) May 31, 2007 Obama 34%, Clinton 31%, Edwards 15%
Winthrop/ETV May 16 – May 27, 2007 Clinton 29.2%, Obama 20.8%, Edwards 10.7%, Richardson 1.8%, Biden .6%, undecided 30.4%
American Research Group May 23 – May 25, 2007 Clinton 34%, Edwards 30%, Obama 18%, Biden 2%, Kucinich 2%, Richardson 1%, Clark 1%, Dodd 1%, Gravel -, undecided 11%
InsiderAdvantage May 8 – May 9, 2007 Obama 31%, Clinton 27%, Edwards 16%, Biden 2%, Richardson 2%, Dodd 1%, undecided 21%
American Research Group April 27 – April 30, 2007 Clinton 36%, Obama 24%, Edwards 18%, Biden 3%, Kucinich 3%, Richardson 1%, Clark 1, Dodd 1%, Gravel -, undecided 13%
Hamilton Beattie (D)/Ayers McHenry (R) April 14 – April 19, 2007 Clinton 31%, Obama 27%, Edwards 16%, Richardson 2%, Biden 1%, Dodd <1%, Kucinich <1%, Gravel 0%, undecided 22%
News Channel 15/Zogby April 16 – April 17, 2007 Clinton 33%, Obama 26%, Edwards 21%
WIS-TV/Garin-Hart-Yang (With Lean) April 9 – April 12, 2007 Clinton 31%, Obama 28%, Edwards 21%, Biden 4%, Richardson 3%, Dodd <1%, Kucinich <1%, undecided 13%
WIS-TV/Garin-Hart-Yang (Without Lean) April 9 – April 12, 2007 Clinton 24%, Obama 23%, Edwards 17%, Biden 3%, Richardson 2%, Dodd <1%, undecided 13%
InsiderAdvantage April 6 – April 8, 2007 Obama 34%, Clinton 20%, Edwards 17%, Biden 3%, Richardson 2%, Dodd 1%, undecided 23%
American Research Group February 23 – February 27, 2007 Clinton 36%, Obama 25%, Edwards 20%, Biden 3%, Clark 1%, Kucinich 1%, Richardson 1%, Dodd 1%, Gravel 0%, undecided 14%
American Research Group 21 December-23, 2006 Clinton 34%, Edwards 31%, Obama 10%, John Kerry 3%, Biden 2%, Clark 2%, Kucinich 2%, Richardson 1%, Dodd 0%, Gravel 0%, Vilsack 0%, undecided 15%

Florida[edit]

FloridaFlorida winner: Hillary Clinton
Primary date: January 29, 2008
Delegates At Stake 0
Delegates Won 0
Note: In moving its primary before February 5, 2008, Florida has violated Democratic Party rules and their delegates may not be seated at the nominating convention.[6]
2008 Demo Florida.png See also [18][19][20][21][22][23]

Poll source Date Highlights
Actual Result (99% precincts reporting) January 30, 2008 Clinton 50%, Obama 33%, Edwards 14%, Kucinich 1%
Survey USA

Sampling Size: 903
Margin of Error: ±3.3%

January 27–28, 2008 Clinton 50%, Obama 33%, Edwards 10%, Other 3%, Undeclared 4%
Rasmussen Reports

Sampling Size: 474
Margin of Error: ±4%

January 27, 2008 Clinton 47%, Obama 25%, Edwards 16%, Other 9%, Undeclared 4%
Survey USA

Sampling Size: 564
Margin of Error: ±4.2%

January 27, 2008 Clinton 49%, Obama 29%, Edwards 14%, Other 4%, Undeclared 5%
Strategic Vision

Sampling Size: 600
Margin of Error: ±4.5%

January 25–27, 2008 Clinton 49%, Obama 36%, Edwards 11%, Undeclared 4%
Quinnipiac University

Sampling Size: 481
Margin of Error: ±4.5%

January 24–27, 2008 Clinton 50%, Obama 30%, Edwards 12%, Other 1%, Undeclared 7%
Survey USA

Sampling Size: 522
Margin of Error: ±4.4%

January 23–24, 2008 Clinton 47%, Obama 30%, Edwards 12%, Other 4%, Undeclared 7%
Mason Dixon

Sampling Size: 400
Margin of Error: ±5%

January 21–23, 2008 Clinton 47%, Obama 25%, Edwards 16%, Undecided 10%
Strategic Vision

Sampling Size: 1450
Margin of Error: ±3%

January 20–22, 2008 Clinton 47%, Obama 36%, Edwards 12%, Kucinich 1%, Undecided 4%
St. Petersburg Times

Sampling Size: 800
Margin of Error: ±3.5%

January 20–22, 2008 Clinton 42%, Obama 23%, Edwards 12%, Kucinich 2%, Biden 1%, Gravel 1%, Richardson 1%, Undecided 18%
Survey USA

Sampling Size: 517
Margin of Error: ±4.4%

January 20, 2008 Clinton 56%, Obama 23%, Edwards 12%, Other 4%, Undeclared 5%
Insider Advantage

Sampling Size: 446
Margin of Error: ±4.5%

January 15–16, 2008 Clinton 42%, Obama 34%, Edwards 9%, Other 6%, Undeclared 9%
Research 2000

Sampling Size: 500
Margin of Error: ±4.5%

January 14–16, 2008 Clinton 50%, Obama 28%, Edwards 13%, Other/Undeclared 9%
Strategic Vision

Sampling Size: 605
Margin of Error: ±3%

January 11–13, 2008 Clinton 45%, Obama 39%, Edwards 11%, Kucinich 1%, Undeclared 4%
Survey USA

Sampling Size: 601
Margin of Error: ±4%

January 11–13, 2008 Clinton 56%, Obama 23%, Edwards 14%, Other 5%, Undeclared 3%
Quinnipiac University

Sampling Size: 419
Margin of Error: ±4.8%

January 9–13, 2008 Clinton 52%, Obama 31%, Edwards 9%, Gravel 1%, Kucinich 1%, Other 1%, Undeclared 5%
Rasmussen Reports

Sampling Size: 682
Margin of Error: ±4%

January 9–12, 2008 Clinton 48%, Obama 24%, Edwards 14%, Others 3%, Undecided 12%
Survey USA

Sampling Size: 577
Margin of Error: ±4.2%

January 9 – January 10, 2008 Clinton 51%, Obama 32%, Edwards 11%, Other 4%, Undeclared 3%
Insider Advantage

Sampling Size: 303
Margin of Error: ±6%

January 72008 Clinton 40%, Obama 32%, Edwards 9%, Richardson 6%, Kucinich 2%, No Opinion 10%
Quinnipiac

Sample Size: 397
Margin of Error: ± 4.9%

December 12 – December 18, 2007 Clinton 43%, Obama 21%, Edwards 19%, Biden 3%, Richardson 2%, Dodd 2%, Kucinich 1%, Gravel -%, undecided 8%
Strategic Vision December 14 – December 16, 2007 Clinton 48%, Obama 31%, Edwards 6%, Richardson 3%, Biden 2%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 1%, undecided 8%
Datamar December 9 – December 13, 2007 Clinton 44.0%, Obama 20.0%, Edwards 14.3%, Richardson 3.8%, Kucinich 2.7%, Biden 2.0%, Gravel 1.2%, Dodd 0.3%, Other 1%, undecided 11.7%
SurveyUSA December 2 – December 3, 2007 Clinton 54%, Obama 24%, Edwards 13%, Other 7%, undecided 2%
Quinnipiac November 26 – December 3, 2007 Clinton 53%, Obama 17%, Edwards 7%, Biden 2%, Richardson 1%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd -%, Gravel -%, Other 1%, undecided 15%
Datamar November 16 – November 21, 2007 Clinton 48.0%, Obama 16.1%, Edwards 13.2%, Richardson 5.2%, Biden 4.7%, Kucinich 4.1%, Dodd 1.0%, Gravel 0.6%, Undecided 7.0%
Strategic Vision November 9 – November 11, 2007 Clinton 47%, Obama 27%, Edwards 8%, Richardson 4%, Biden 2%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, Undecided 10%
SurveyUSA November 2 – November 5, 2007 Clinton 56%, Obama 19%, Edwards 14%, Other 9%, undecided 3%
Quinnipiac October 17 – October 22, 2007 Clinton 43%, Obama 18%, Edwards 12%, Richardson 3%, Biden 1%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd -%, Gravel -%, Other 2%, undecided 17%
Quinnipiac October 1 – October 8, 2007 Clinton 51%, Obama 17%, Edwards 10%, Biden 2%, Richardson 2%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd -%, Gravel -%, Other 1%, undecided 14%
Strategic Vision September 21 – September 23, 2007 Clinton 44%, Obama 22%, Edwards 12%, Richardson 6%, Biden 2%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, Undecided 12%
American Research Group September 15 – September 18, 2007 Clinton 47%, Obama 19%, Edwards 9%, Biden 5%, Richardson 3%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, Gravel -%, Undecided 15%
Rasmussen September 16, 2007 Clinton 47%, Obama 22%, Edwards 11%, Others 5%, Undecided 15%
Insider Advantage September 6 – September 10, 2007 Clinton 36%, Obama 18%, Biden 9%, Edwards 8%, Gravel 2%, Kucinich 2%, Richardson 1%, Dodd 1%, Undecided 21%
Quinnipiac September 3 – September 9, 2007 Clinton 42%, Obama 13%, Al Gore 12%, Edwards 9%, Biden 1%, Richardson 1%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 1%, Gravel -%, Other 3%, undecided 15%
Rasmussen August 13, 2007 Clinton 43%, Obama 24%, Edwards 11%, Other 6%, undecided 16%
Strategic Vision August 10 – August 12, 2007 Clinton 40%, Obama 20%, Edwards 16%, Richardson 9%, Biden 3%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, undecided 10%
Quinnipiac July 30–6 August 2007 Clinton 43%, Obama 13%, Al Gore 11%, Edwards 8%, Biden 2%, Richardson 2%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 0%, Gravel 0%, Other 4%, undecided 15%
Mason-Dixon July 23 – July 26, 2007 Clinton 31%, Obama 17%, Edwards 12%, Richardson 4%, Biden 3%, Kucinich 2%, Dodd -, Gravel -, undecided 30%
Rasmussen July 18 – July 19, 2007 Clinton 46%, Obama 15%, Edwards 13%, Other 4%, undecided 21%
Quinnipiac July 12 – July 16, 2007 Clinton 36%, Al Gore 14%, Obama 14%, Edwards 9%
IVR Polls July 16, 2007 Clinton 42%, Obama 24%, Edwards 12%, Undecided 13%, Others <4%. 19% would switch to Gore if he entered.
American Research Group July 12 – July 15, 2007 Clinton 45%, Obama 25%, Edwards 9%, Richardson 3%, Biden 2%, Clark 2%, Kucinich 2%, Dodd 1%, Gravel -, undecided 11%
Quinnipiac (without Gore) June 18 – June 25, 2007 Clinton 43%, Obama 16%, Edwards 11%, Biden 2%, Richardson 2%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, Gravel -, Other 3%, undecided 18%
Quinnipiac (with Gore) June 18 – June 25, 2007 Clinton 38%, Obama 15%, Al Gore 13%, Edwards 8%, Biden 2%, Richardson 2%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, Gravel -, Other 3%, undecided 15%
Strategic Vision June 15 – June 17, 2007 Clinton 37%, Obama 21%, Edwards 20%, Richardson 4%, Biden 3%, Dodd 2%, Kucinich 1%, undecided 12%
Zogby Poll June 4 – June 6, 2007 Clinton 36%, Obama 16%, Edwards 11%, Richardson 6%, Biden 2%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 0%, Other 6%, undecided 22%
Quinnipiac University May 24 – June 4, 2007 Clinton 34%, Obama 16%, Al Gore 13%, Edwards 11%, Richardson 5%, Biden 2%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, Clark -, Gravel -, Other 2%, Don't Know 14%
IVR Polls May 31, 2007 Clinton 45%, Obama 18%, Edwards 14%, Richardson 7%, undecided 11%, Others <3%. 20% would switch to Gore if he entered.
Strategic Vision (R) May 11 – May 13, 2007 Clinton 37%, Obama 20%, Edwards 19%, Biden 5%, Richardson 4%, Dodd 2%, Kucinich 1%, undecided 12%
St. Petersburg Times May 6 – May 9, 2007 Clinton 42%, Obama 19%, Edwards 12%, Biden 4%, Richardson 2%, Gravel -, Dodd -, Kucinich -, undecided 17%
American Research Group May 4 – May 8, 2007 Clinton 45%, Obama 17%, Edwards 15%, Biden 3%, Richardson 3%, Clark 1%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, Gravel -, undecided 14%
Advantage/Florida Chamber of Commerce 30 March 2007 Clinton 26%, Edwards 15%, Obama 14%, Al Gore 14%, Richardson 7%, Biden 2%
Quinnipiac University 21–27 March 2007 Clinton 36%, Al Gore 16%, Obama 13%, Edwards 11%, Richardson 2%, Clark 1%, Biden 1%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 0%, Gravel 0%, Someone Else 1%, undecided 14%
Strategic Vision 9–11 March 2007 Clinton 32%, Obama 22%, Edwards 17%, Richardson 5%, Biden 4%, Clark 2%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 1%, undecided 16%
Quinnipiac University 25 February – March 4 Clinton 38%, Al Gore 13%, Obama 13%, Edwards 6%, Biden 4%, Richardson 2%, Clark 1%, Kucinich 1%, Dodd 0%, undecided 18%
American Research Group February 23 – February 27, 2007 Clinton 36%, Edwards 20%, Obama 14%, Biden 5%, Clark 2%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, Richardson 1%
Quinnipiac University 29 January – 4 February 2007 Clinton 49%, Obama 13%, Edwards 7%, Al Gore 7%, Richardson 3%, Biden 2%, Clark 1%, Vilsack 0%, Dodd 0%, Kucinich 0%, undecided 13%
American Research Group 4–7 January 2007 Clinton 30%, Obama 15%, Edwards 14%, Biden 6%, John Kerry 3%, Clark 2%, Vilsack 2%, Dodd 1%, Kucinich 1%, Richardson 1%, undecided 26%

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