Republican Exit Polls: McCain Denied

by: Chris Bowers

Tue Feb 05, 2008 at 12:58


If these exit polls are right, then it looks like McCain won't be anymore of a frontrunner than Obama:

McCain:

  • New York: McCain 46, Romney 35, Huckabee 10 percent.
  • New Jersey: McCain 48 percent, Romney 35, Huckabee 9 percent.
  • Connecticut: McCain 50 percent, Romney 32 percent, Huckabee 7 percent.
  • Arizona: McCain 44, Romney 39, Huckabee 8
  • Oklahoma: McCain 34, Huckabee 32, Romney 27
  • Illinois: McCain 47, Romney 31, Huckabee 15
  • California: McCain 40 percent, Romney 36 percent, Huckabee 10 percent. (early wave)

Romney:

  • Missouri: Romney 34 percent, McCain 32 percent, Huckabee 25 percent.
  • Utah: Romney 91 percent, McCain 5 percent, Huckabee 1 percent.
  • Massachusetts: Romney 54, McCain 35
  • Delaware: Romney 43, McCain 34, Huckabee 18

Huckabee (who already won West Virginia today):

  • Alabama: Huckabee 42 percent, McCain 33 percent, Romney 20 percent
  • Tennessee: Huckabee 34, McCain 28, Romney 23
  • Arkansas: Huckabee 33, McCain 21, Romney 19
  • Georgia: Huckabee 34 percent, Romney 31 percent, McCain 30 percent

That is enough for McCain to take the lead, but nowhere near enough to become the presumptive nominee. Romney and Huckabee are alive and well.  
Chris Bowers :: Republican Exit Polls: McCain Denied

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Georgia Unweighted Exits (0.00 / 0)
From CNN:

Huckabee: 31.5%
Romney: 31.0%
McCain: 30.5%
Paul: 0.05%
Giuliani: 0.01%


Won't be anymore of a frontrunner than Obama?!?! (0.00 / 0)
Is that a typo? Did you mean to say "than Clinton"?

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