Statewide Opinion Polling For Hillary Clinton For The United States Presidential Election, 2008

Statewide Opinion Polling For Hillary Clinton For The United States Presidential Election, 2008

Many scientific, state-wide public opinion polls have been conducted relating to the United States of America (U.S.) presidential election, 2008, matching up Hillary Clinton against John McCain.

One survey group concluded that Hillary Clinton lost some support because of her gender, pointing out that in "head-to-head match-ups, Clinton bests Senator John McCain 48%-43% and Obama wins by the same five-point margin, 47%-42%" but that "given a choice between all three candidates, Obama gets 35% and McCain 37%, both running well ahead of Clinton (28%)" and that "three-way results... reflect an enormous gender gap: Clinton is narrowly the top choice of women with 36%, but only 18% of men pick her first."

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