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Poll: McCain, Obama lead in SC
By The Associated Press (
Jan. 17, 2008)

The Race: The presidential race for Republicans and Democrats in South Carolina.

John McCain, 27 percent
Mike Huckabee, 25 percent
Mitt Romney, 15 percent
Fred Thompson, 13 percent
Ron Paul, 6 percent
Rudy Giuliani, 5 percent

The Numbers - DEMOCRATS
Barack Obama, 40 percent
Hillary Rodham
Clinton, 31 percent
John Edwards, 13 percent

OF INTEREST: McCain leads Huckabee among those who most value strength and leadership, while Huckabee leads McCain among those who want a candidate who shares their values. McCain led among independents, 40 percent to 22 percent, and Huckabee led among born-again Christians, 33 percent to 20 percent. Among Democrats, Obama led Clinton among black voters, 56 percent to 25 percent, while Clinton led among whites, 39 percent to 20 percent. Obama had more support from male voters, while Obama and Clinton were competitive among women.

The telephone poll was conducted Monday through Wednesday for MSNBC and McClatchy Newspapers by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research of Washington, D.C. It polled 400 voters likely to vote in the Republican primary and 400 voters likely to vote in the Democratic primary. The margin of error for each primary poll was plus or minus 5 percentage points.






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