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General Election: Giuliani vs. Edwards

Polling Data
PollDateSampleGiuliani (R)Edwards (D)UndSpread
RCP Average12/05 - 01/12-41.047.39.5Edwards +6.3
Hotline/FD01/10 - 01/12803 RV314814Edwards +17.0
Zogby12/12 - 12/141000 LV454411Giuliani +1.0
CNN12/06 - 12/09RV44531Edwards +9.0
Rasmussen12/05 - 12/06800 LV444412Tie
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Recent Commentary & News Stories
- Clinton & Obama: No-Lose Proposition - Eleanor Clift, Newsweek
- What Happened to the Dem Smackdown? - Gerard Baker, Times of London
- A Domestic Policy Election - Yuval Levin, Contentions
- Democrats' Historic Race Set for Close-Up - Dan Balz, Washington Post
- Has Coulter Finally Jumped the Shark? - Ed Morrissey, Captain's Quarters
See All General Election: Giuliani vs. Edwards Commentary & News Stories
Polling Data
PollDateSampleGiuliani (R)Edwards (D)UndSpread
RCP Average12/05 - 01/12-41.047.39.5Edwards +6.3
Hotline/FD01/10 - 01/12803 RV314814Edwards +17.0
Zogby12/12 - 12/141000 LV454411Giuliani +1.0
CNN12/06 - 12/09RV44531Edwards +9.0
Rasmussen12/05 - 12/06800 LV444412Tie
Newsweek10/31 - 11/011002 RV45487Edwards +3.0
Quinnipiac10/23 - 10/291636 RV44418Giuliani +3.0
Rasmussen10/24 - 10/25800 LV454411Giuliani +1.0
Rasmussen09/26 - 09/27800 LV41509Edwards +9.0
Rasmussen08/22 - 08/23800 LV414910Edwards +8.0
Quinnipiac08/07 - 08/131545 LV424310Edwards +1.0
Rasmussen08/08 - 08/09800 LV444610Edwards +2.0
Rasmussen07/25 - 07/26643 LV42499Edwards +7.0
Zogby07/12 - 07/141012 LV4643--Giuliani +3.0
Rasmussen06/25 - 06/26800 LV454510Tie
Newsweek06/20 - 06/21831 RV46486Edwards +2.0
USA Today/Gallup06/11 - 06/14927 RV45502Edwards +5.0
LA Times/Bloomberg06/07 - 06/101056 RV43467Edwards +3.0
Rasmussen06/06 - 06/07800 LV434710Edwards +4.0
Zogby05/17 - 05/20993 RV47436Giuliani +4.0
Hotline/FD05/16 - 05/20800 RV434215Giuliani +1.0
Newsweek05/02 - 05/03831 RV44506Edwards +6.0
Marist04/26 - 05/01823 RV43498Edwards +6.0
Hotline/FD04/26 - 04/30801 RV414711Edwards +6.0
LA Times/Bloomberg04/05 - 04/09643 RV45436Giuliani +2.0
Rasmussen04/04 - 04/05800 LV43498Edwards +6.0
Rasmussen03/12 - 03/13800 LV484111Giuliani +7.0
Newsweek02/28 - 03/011202 RV47458Giuliani +2.0
Zogby02/22 - 02/241078 LV464014Giuliani +6.0
Rasmussen02/21 - 02/22800 LV464410Giuliani +2.0
Quinnipiac02/13 - 02/191536 RV48408Giuliani +8.0
Marist02/12 - 02/15978 RV444412Tie
Rasmussen01/29 - 01/30800 LV47458Giuliani +2.0
Newsweek01/24 - 01/25837 RV47467Giuliani +1.0
Newsweek01/17 - 01/181003 A45487Edwards +3.0
Hotline/FD01/11 - 01/14400 RV404118Edwards +1.0
IBD/TIPP01/02 - 01/04951 A47427Giuliani +5.0
Rasmussen12/20 - 12/211000 LV494110Giuliani +8.0
Rasmussen11/13 - 11/141000 LV50415Giuliani +9.0
All Commentary & News Stories
- Clinton & Obama: No-Lose Proposition - Eleanor Clift, Newsweek
- What Happened to the Dem Smackdown? - Gerard Baker, Times of London
- A Domestic Policy Election - Yuval Levin, Contentions
- Democrats' Historic Race Set for Close-Up - Dan Balz, Washington Post
- Has Coulter Finally Jumped the Shark? - Ed Morrissey, Captain's Quarters
- Bill Clinton, The Spoiler - Joe Klein, Time
- The Wrath of Feminism Scorned - Kathleen Parker, RealClearPolitics
- Snubs Become Hugs for Clinton, Obama - Klein & Effron, ABC News
- McCain's Amazing Bloodless Coup - Gerard Baker, Times of London
- Republicans Need to Keep Eyes on the Ball - Mike Gallagher, Townhall
- In McCain, Voters Force a Winner on the GOP - Susan Estrich, FOX News
- How to Interpret a Super-Tuesday Deadlock - Steve Kornacki, New York Observer
- John McCain: A Maverick with Luck - Rich Lowry, New York Post
- The Battle for the Latino Vote - Jay Newton-Small, Time
- The McCain Calculus - Kimberley Strassel, Wall Street Journal
- Democratic Debate: And Then There Were Two - Susan Page, USA Today
- Obama Beats Hillary Over Head with Iraq - Roger Simon, The Politico
- Bill Clinton: Clawing for a Legacy - Charles Krauthammer, Washington Post
- What McCain Needs to Do Now - David Brooks, New York Times
- Why Obama is the Left's Best Choice - Christopher Hayes, The Nation
- A Call to Conservative Action: The Case for Romney - Vin Weber, WSJ
- McCain is 'Conservative' but Not 'A Conservative' - Robert Robb, RCP
- GOP: Stronger or Broader? - Debra Saunders, San Francisco Chronicle
- Clinton, Obama and the Edwards Effect - Paul Krugman, New York Times
- Race Card Could Backfire on the Clintons - John Judis, The New Republic
- Stop Bagging Hillary - Michael Costello, The Australian
- The Real Reagan - Michael Kinsley, Los Angeles Times
- Security Is Job One: The Case for McCain - Douglas Holtz-Eakin, WSJ
- The Democratic Love-In In Los Angeles - Noam Scheiber, The New Republic
- Romney Seeks Role of Conservative Champion - Elizabeth Holmes, WSJ
- First Gentleman Bill: A Legitimate Issue - Dick Meyer, CBS News
- Obama: Most Liberal Senator In 2007 - Friel, Cohen & Victor, Nat'l Journal
- Mac From the Dead - John Fortier, The American
- Conservatives Need to Rally for Romney - Mark Levin, National Review
- Romney is Not the Conservative Savior - Steve Kornacki, NY Observer
- The Year of the Youth Vote - David Von Drehle, Time
- Three Myths of the US Election Campaign - Gabor Steingart, Der Spiegel
- Requiem for Rudy - Paul Beston, City Journal
- The Dynastic Question - Nicholas Kristof, New York Times
- Can Friends of Israel Trust Obama? - Martin Peretz, New Republic
- Inside the Divided Kennedys - Ellen Goodman, Boston Globe
- Mitt Missed His Chance - John Dickerson, Slate
- Desperately Seeking Reagan - James Ridgeway, Mother Jones
- Racial Politics is Nothing New from Democrats - Doug Heye, The Politico
- Foreign Policy Prisms - Matthew Continetti, Weekly Standard
- Clinton, Obama in Race for Edwards' Voters - Glenn Thrush, Newsday
- GOP Showdown in Simi Valley - Stephen Hayes, Weekly Standard
- McCain, Romney Dominate Debate - M. Shear & J. Eilperin, Washington Post
- Schwarzenegger, Giuliani & McCain Republicans - John McIntyre, RCP
- GOP Debate: Romney's Swan Song? - Chuck Todd, NBC News
- The New Rules of Politics - Karl Rove, Wall Street Journal
- Tough Primary Helps Clinton, Obama - Peter Beinart, Washington Post
- Is McCain a Conservative? - Robert Novak, Chicago Sun-Times
- Obama's Inexperienced, But That's Beside the Point - Robert Dallek, NYDN
- Giuliani Campaign, RIP - Jay Cost, HorseRaceBlog
- Rudy, Edwards Destined to Fail - Michael Tomasky, The Guardian
- Republicans Unite; Dems Divide - Michael Barone, US News & World Report
- A Longer Race Benefits Obama - David Broder, Washington Post
- Dems Want to Lose; GOP Doesn't Want to Win - Victor Davis Hanson, RCP
- The Kennedys' Arrogant Presumption - Froma Harrop, Providence Journal
- Front-Runners Can't Celebrate Just Yet - Steven Stark, Boston Phoenix
- GOP Hit by Wave of House Retirements - Reid Wilson, Politics Nation
- Four in the Forefront - Washington Post
- Edwards' Divisive Message Falls Flat - USA Today
- McCain the Phoenix - Dallas Morning News
- The Winnowing - Rocky Mountain News
- Are Edwards Voters Obama Voters? - John Judis, New Republic
- Edwards Exits the Race: What Went Wrong - Ben Smith, The Politico
- McCain Needed Conservatives to Win in Florida - Peter Schweizer, NRO
- Moderates Crown McCain GOP Frontrunner - Tom Edsall, Huffington Post
- Notes on the Campaign After Florida - John Ellis, RealClearPolitics
- Tonight's GOP Debate is Big - William Kristol, Weekly Standard
- Endorsements Matter in 2008 - Howard Fineman, Newsweek
- The End of 9/11 Politics? - Abe Greenwald, Contentions
- The Politics of Recession - Edward Luce, Financial Times
- Romney's on His Own vs. McCain - Amy Walter, National Journal
- The Fiery John Edwards Ends His Campaign - John Dickerson, Slate
- What it Means to Lose John Edwards - Steve Kornacki, New York Observer
- Mud Season - George Packer, Interesting Times
- What Florida Taught Me - David Brooks, New York Times
- McCain Triumphant--Now What? - Dean Barnett, Weekly Standard
- In New Orleans, Edwards Calls It Quits - Mike Allen & Ben Smith, The Politico
- Rudy Defeat Marks End of 9/11 Politics - Smith & Kuhn, The Politico
- Why John Edwards Won - Jonathan Cohn, The New Republic
- Is Romney Fighting the Last War? - Michael Scherer, Time
- Why My Mother Dumped Hillary for Obama - Andrew Rice, NY Observer
- Obama, Clinton and the War - Robert Scheer, San Francisco Chronicle
- Will Anti-Racists Cheer for Obama? - Daniel Finkelstein, Times of London
- Blacks Are Struggling with Clinton vs. Obama - David Person, USA Today
- McCain Wins Florida, Becomes Front-Runner - Jackie Calmes, WSJ
- The Giuliani Strategy Succeeds With McCain - John Hood, National Review
- Romney Loses One He Needed to Win - Robert Novak, Chicago Sun-Times
- Did Clinton Really Win in Florida? - Walter Shapiro, Salon
- Seeing Red Over Hillary - Maureen Dowd, New York Times
- How McCain Won - Jay Cost, RealClearPolitics
- Winning Despite the Base - Ryan Sager, New York Post
- What Will Talk Radio Do Now? - Jennifer Rubin, New York Observer
- Why Clinton Can Count on Latinos - Pachon & Garza, Los Angeles Times
- Can Dems Get Out of the Desert? - Harold Meyerson, Washington Post
- For Giuliani, a Dizzying Free-Fall - Michael Powell & Michael Cooper, NYT