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Monday, November 27, 2006

Rudy Again Dominates Thermometer Ratings

Far and away, Rudy elicits the most positive feelings amongst American voters:

The mean scores for each politician with the percentage not knowing enough about the individual to rate him or her:

1) Rudolph Giuliani - 64.2. (9)
2) Sen. Barack Obama 58.8 (41)
3) Sen. John McCain 57.7 (12)
4) Condoleezza Rice - 56.1 (7)
5) Bill Clinton - 55.8 (1)
6) Sen. Joseph Lieberman - 52.7 (16)
7) NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg - 51.1 (44)
8) John Edwards - 49.9 (20)
9) Sen. Hillary Clinton - 49 (1)
10) N.M. Gov. Bill Richardson - 47.7 (65)
11) Sen. Joseph Biden 47 (52)
12) Nancy Pelosi 46.9 (34)
13) Gov. Mitt Romney - 45.9 (64)
14) Former VP Al Gore - 44.9 (3)
15) President George Bush - 43.8 (1)
16) Sen. Evan Bayh - 43.3 (75)
17) Newt Gingrich - 42 (15)
18) Sen. Bill Frist - 41.5 (53)
19) Sen. Harry Reid - 41.2 (61)
20) Sen. John Kerry - 39.6 (5)

However, the only numbers that matter in a Republican primary are these:

(Among Republicans only.)

Rating     Giuliani  McCain
0-20        5%        7%
21-40       3        13
41-60      19        23
61-80      37        29
81-100     30        18
D/K         7        11
Refused     -         -

Mean       71.7      62.2
Over 61    67        47

Ratings like these should translate to a strong if not commanding position in the Republican primary.

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1 Comments:

At 6:03 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I gotta say, this business about Obama being a serious 2008 candidate is all a fantasy. Perhaps VP, but there is 0 chance he is our next pres. All this talk is for his book and for the media to sell newspapers (or get viewers)...
www.minor-ripper.blogspot.com

 

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