Sen. Barack Obama's Democratic White House bid is surging in New Hampshire. That's according to a new survey by Zogby International. The freshman senator is at 23 percent support among New Hampshire Democrats to 19 percent each for top rivals Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton of New York and former Sen. John Edwards of North Carolina. On the GOP side, Sen. John McCain of Arizona leads.
Here's the warning label: "The survey of Democrats shows this race is as fluid as the 2004 race for the Democratic nomination was at this point in that election cycle. Eight in 10 said it is likely they will change their minds before they actually cast their ballots in the primary election," the polling report concluded.
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this from Zogby International...
Zogby's latest telephone polling in New Hampshire shows Obama holds slight edge over Clinton and Edwards in tight Dem battle, while Arizona's senior senator leads in what is—at least for now—a two-man GOP race
The newest Democrat to file papers to form a presidential exploratory committee enjoys a narrow lead in the race for the party nomination over two more experienced challengers, with no others anywhere near impressing New Hampshire Democrats, a new Zogby International telephone poll shows.