Insider Poll: Clinton, Obama Neck-‘n-Neck in Georgia; Huck Has Substantial Lead

Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are in a statistical dead heat in Georgia’s Democratic presidential primary race, and Mike Huckabee has catapulted into a sudden, substantial lead on the Republican side. That’s according to the latest poll by InsiderAdvantage/Majority Opinion Research, conducted for the Georgia Chamber of Commerce.

We asked:

“If the Democratic Presidential primary in Georgia were held today would you vote for…?

Barack Obama (33%)
Hillary Clinton (31%)
John Edwards (16%)
Joseph Biden (4%)
Bill Richardson (2%)
Christopher Dodd (0%)
Dennis Kucinich (0%)
Mike Gravel (0%)
Undecided (14%)

The poll was conducted Dec. 17-18 among 885 likely voters in the Georgia Democratic presidential primary Feb. 5, and was weighted for age, race and gender. The margin of error is plus or minus 4%.

“If the Republican Presidential primary in Georgia were held today would you vote for…?:

Mike Huckabee (36%)
Rudy Giuliani (14%)
Mitt Romney (12%)
Fred Thompson (10%)
John McCain (10%)
Ron Paul (4%)
Duncan Hunter (2%)
Tom Tancredo* (1%)
Undecided (11%)

*Tancredo has dropped his presidential bid.
The poll was conducted Dec. 17-18 among 823 likely voters in the Georgia Republican presidential primary Feb. 5. The data was weighted for age, race and gender. The margin of error is plus or minus 4%.


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