January 16, 2004 7:50PM (UTC)
Anybody's race in Iowa, but Kerry could be ahead. New Hampshire remains Dean vs. Clark.
KCCI News Channel 8 in Des Moines puts Dean at 22 percent, Kerry at 21 percent and Gephardt tied with Edwards at 18 percent.
The Zogby Iowa poll shows Kerry with 24, Dean and Gephardt with 19 a piece, and Edwards at 17.
In New Hampshire, a new Boston Globe/WBZ-TV poll gives Dean 32 percent, Clark 23 percent, and Kerry 12 percent. In December, the poll showed 42 percent favored Dean.
Geraldine Sealey is senior news editor at Salon.com.
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