Super Tuesday Polls

I’ve dug around and come up with the latest poll numbers for 14 of the 23 Super Tuesday states. This disclaimer, some of the poll numbers were done before Edwards dropped out and before last night’s debate.

I’m only getting into detail on the Democratic side, but for all you OC conservatives in love with Mitt “Olympic-level flip flopper” Romney, prepare to cry in your beer most of the night.

In short, it will be a big night for Hillary Clinton. Results after the jump:

Update: Most recent Polls here & here. 

Mass: Clinton up +24 points

NJ: Clinton up +12

NY: Clinton up +16

CT: Obama up +4

GA: Obama up +16

TN: Clinton up +33

CA: Clinton up +3

IL: Obama up +5 (Hillary was born in IL)

MN: Clinton up +7

OK: Clinton up +17

AL: Obama up 15

CO: Obama up +2

MO: Clinton up +19

AZ: Clinton up +10

  7 comments for “Super Tuesday Polls

  1. Tim Steed
    February 1, 2008 at 11:23 am

    It looks like this thing will go after Feb. 5th… I dont know how much cash Hillary has, but Obama’s 32million in January puts him in a good place to continue hitting the airwaves until March.

  2. February 1, 2008 at 1:22 pm

    i have seen 6 of the 17 debates, they stutering by now, but i saw Michelle Obamam last night on CSPAN. Sghe won the debate last night. he has a Coretta.

  3. RLG
    February 2, 2008 at 12:59 pm

    I’m for Hillary, and I just put some money where my mouth is!!

    Likely to contribute more.

    She will be our best president in the past 100 years!!

  4. unknown
    February 2, 2008 at 5:41 pm

    I’m looking for upsets in favor of Obama! Down with Hillary! It’s time for a REAL change!

  5. Henry Mascia
    February 2, 2008 at 8:02 pm

    For all the democrats who support Hillary Clinton, I respectfully submit that Obama is our best chance at beating the republicans in November. Perhaps undeservedly so, but the Clintons are incredibly divisive politicians. Republican turnout has been low relative to the democratic turnout, but if Sen. Clinton were to receive the nomination, conservatives (and many independents I might add) will come out in droves to oppose her. Indeed, many polls show that 45% of the voting population will never vote for Sen. Clinton. Therefore, the Republican candidate will merely have to push a few percentage points worth of independants to his side to win. And, if the Rep. candidate is John McCain, that should be a realtively easy task, given that independants are his strongest constituency. Moreover, even if she is wins the election, I think conservatives will become even more recalcitrant, and Sen. Clinton will not be able to accomplish her ambitious agenda. From a purely pragmatic perspective, Sen. Obama, is the democrat’s best chance to win in a general election.

  6. JBrown
    February 3, 2008 at 2:09 am

    Has everyone seen this video? It will start automatically or click on the arrow in the lower left hand corner.

  7. Eric
    February 4, 2008 at 2:01 pm

    Hey, does anybody know of any Super Tuesday parties or events tomorrow?

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