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    California: McCain 38% Romney 38%

    Election 2008: California Republican Presidential Primary
    California: McCain 38% Romney 38%
    Sunday, February 03, 2008 ... al_primary

    In California, Republican Primary Voters are evenly divided between John McCain and Mitt Romney. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey finds McCain attracting 38% of the vote and Romney earning an identical 38%. Mike Huckabee is a distant third at 10%, Ron Paul picks up 6%, and 6% say they’ll vote for some other candidate.

    Earlier in the week, McCain had a small advantage over Romney. Since then, Giuliani dropped out of the race and endorsed McCain. California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger also endorsed the GOP frontrunner. While those events may have helped McCain, a conservative backlash for anybody-but-McCain appears to have helped Romney.

    Romney leads 42% to 37% among conservative voters while McCain leads by eleven points among political moderates. McCain has a slight lead among men while Romney leads among women.

    Eight percent (8%) of Likely Voters say there’s a good chance they could change their mind before voting while another 20% say they might change their mind.

    Thirty-two percent (32%) of Likely Republican Primary Voters name the economy as the top voting issue for Election 2008. In California, an identical percentage (32%) now say that immigration is the highest priority. McCain leads by sixteen points among those who see the economy as the top issue while Romney leads by twenty-five among voters focused on immigration.

    Nationally, McCain and Romney are on top in the Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll.

    McCain leads in Arizona, New York, New Jersey, Alabama, Connecticut, and Illinois. The race is very close in Georgia, Missouri and (see summary of Rasmussen Reports Super Tuesday polls).

    Rasmussen Markets data gives McCain an 88.7% chance of winning the nomination while Mitt Romney is at 8.9%. Numbers in this paragraph are from a prediction market, not a poll. Using a trading format where traders "buy and sell" candidates, issues, and news features, the Rasmussen Markets harness competitive passions to provide a reliable leading indicator of upcoming events. We invite you to participate in the Rasmussen Markets. It costs nothing to join and add your voice to the collective wisdom of the market.

    A summary of Rasmussen Markets data for Super Tuesday contests is available for both Republicans and Democrats.

    Crosstabs are available to Premium Members only.

    Rasmussen Reports is an electronic publishing firm specializing in the collection, publication, and distribution of public opinion polling information.

    The Rasmussen Reports ElectionEdge™ Premium Service for Election 2008 offers the most comprehensive public opinion coverage ever provided for a Presidential election.

    Scott Rasmussen, president of Rasmussen Reports, has been an independent pollster for more than a decade.

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    Tuesaday is going to be so close in alot of states. The thing is, if Huckabee had already dropped out, it would be ROmney in a landslide.

    I just hope conservaties turn out and save this party. Go Romney!

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    Populist found this site that we can use to defeat McCain. It's free for us to call and they give us the list that we call from our homes.

    I'm doing it tomorrow. I've cleared my calendar and my hubby has cleared his to work on it.

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