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Two New Polls: HILLARY CLINTON LEADS IOWAN By 5-7 Points


US Politics & Gov't  (tags: US, Presidential campaign, presidential nominees, democrats, clinton, obama, edwards, iowa, new hampshire, south carolina, AP polls, 2008 presidential campaign )

Kathleen
- 3664 days ago - hillaryclinton.com
Hillary Clinton leads all Dems in Iowa/ AP-Pew poll showing her leading by 5 pts, & an Iowa State poll shows her ahead by 7. Poll also says she's ahead by 19 pts. in NH, and by 14 pts. in SC. That's 31% in Iowa over other opposition.



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Blue B (855)
Monday December 3, 2007, 9:48 pm
Will Hill Kill Bill for Lying About Iraq? Read Post | Comments (302)
 

Kathleen Hilliker (293)
Wednesday December 5, 2007, 12:06 am
:) Back to Bill, huh? Let's let him RIP .... It's all about HILLARY now! :)
 

Diana S (28)
Wednesday December 5, 2007, 2:18 pm
For me, this is a bit unfortunate. After several runs of watching both Democratic and Republican debates, as well as doing some of my own additional research, Hillary seems very broad in her stance on some of the issues currently in the forefront of our country. For example: Universal Healthcare and Immigration. She doesn't seem like she's as confident as she ought to be about where she stands and what direction she's going to take. She's not a strong frontrunner, in my eyes. I wish her the very best, nonetheless!
 
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