Saturday, February 25, 2006

Hillary Is Better Than Kerry And Gore

A recent Marist poll showed Hillary Clinton getting crushed by John McCain in a potential 2008 general election.

However, while Clinton lost 52% to 42%, fellow Democrats John Kerry and Al Gore lost 54-37 and 55-38 respectively. John Edwards did the best against McCain, losing 47% to 41%.

Surprising that candidates with as much name recognition as Al Gore and John Kerry would do so poorly against McCain, despite the latter's national popularity. However, when it comes down to an actual election, I think Kerry and Gore would win more states than Hillary, no matter who the opponent was.

Of course, if the GOP nominates McCain, I think even John Kerry would be fighting to win Massachusetts. He'd definitely be fighting to win New Jersey.


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