PHOENIX — A new poll shows the race between Democratic candidatesand in the presidential primary is close, while is apparently leading fellow Republican candidate in their party’s nomination contest.
The Phoenix-based Behavior Research Center poll released Friday (25 January) found that Clinton led 38 percent to 32 percent over Obama among Democrat likely voters, withtrailing at 16 percent.
The Clinton-Obama difference was just under the poll’s margin of error of 7 percent for that subgroup of voters.
McCain led Romney, 39 to 26 percent, with a margin of error of 7 percent for Republican likely voters, whilehad 9 percent and Giuliani 6 percent.
The poll was conducted Monday through Thursday with telephone interviews of 628 voters statewide.