Wednesday | September 17, 2003
The latest national Q-poll is out, and there's a real bunching of the candidates at the top.
What's surprising is the tumbling Lieberman has taken -- 12 points in a single month. His "Dems in the wilderness" spiel doesn't appear to be playing very well...
Here are the results. (August results in parenthesis)
Undecided 21 (16)Note the massive gender gap in Dean's support. He gets 20 percent of the male vote, and only 10 percent of the woman vote. Everyone else garners generally equal support between the sexes.
The Lieberman results follow the usual trend -- his numbers fall as voters become better acquainted with the alternatives.
Man, I can't wait to see the initial round of post-Clark polling.
Update: I originally misread this as a PA poll. It's actually a national poll making Lieberman's precipitous drop all the more impressive.Posted September 17, 2003 10:23 AM | Comments (388)