In the polls


Geraldine Sealey
February 5, 2004 12:06AM (UTC)

Survey USA has a rundown of recent polls in upcoming primary states, including:

Tennessee (Feb. 10): Survey USA shows a pretty competitive race. Kerry has 31 percent, Clark 26 percent, Edwards 20 percent, and Dean 15 percent.
California (March 2): If the primary were held today, Howard Dean would not only lose to John Kerry here, he would lose big. Survey USA shows Kerry with 49 percent, Dean with 18 percent, Edwards with 12 percent, and Clark with 8 percent.
Ohio (March 2): Kerry leads in this industrialized Midwestern state with 44 percent, Dean has 15 percent, Edwards has 13 percent. Kucinich (It's his home state) has 7 percent, Clark has 6 percent.
Georgia(March 2): Edwards and Clark are looking to the South to keep them in the race. It's a month away yet, but so far Survey USA shows Georgia likes Kerry. He has 30 percent, Dean has 15 percent, Edwards has 15 percent, Sharpton 14 percent and Clark 9 percent.

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Geraldine Sealey

Geraldine Sealey is senior news editor at Salon.com.

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