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General Election: Romney vs. Clinton

Polling Data
PollDateSampleRomney (R)Clinton (D)UndSpread
RCP Average01/18 - 02/03-40.150.66.1Clinton +10.5
CNN02/01 - 02/03974 RV41563Clinton +15.0
Cook/RT Strategies01/31 - 02/02855 RV42487Clinton +6.0
ABC/Wash Post01/30 - 02/011249 A41532Clinton +12.0
FOX News01/30 - 01/31900 RV365014Clinton +14.0
NPR01/29 - 01/311000 LV44492Clinton +5.0
Rasmussen01/21 - 01/22800 LV424711Clinton +5.0
NBC/WSJ01/20 - 01/221008 A36524Clinton +16.0
LA Times/Bloomberg01/18 - 01/221312 RV39506Clinton +11.0
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Recent Commentary & News Stories
- Surging, Obama Makes His Case - Adam Nagourney, New York Times
- Clinton Plays Election Roulette - Jeanne Cummings, The Politico
- Why Hillary Will Lose - Dick Morris, The Hill
- Obama is Not Inevitable - Jay Cost, RealClearPolitics
- Edwards Weighs Clinton Endorsement - R. Klein and R. Johnson, ABC News
See All General Election: Romney vs. Clinton Commentary & News Stories
Polling Data
PollDateSampleRomney (R)Clinton (D)UndSpread
RCP Average01/18 - 02/03-40.150.66.1Clinton +10.5
CNN02/01 - 02/03974 RV41563Clinton +15.0
Cook/RT Strategies01/31 - 02/02855 RV42487Clinton +6.0
ABC/Wash Post01/30 - 02/011249 A41532Clinton +12.0
FOX News01/30 - 01/31900 RV365014Clinton +14.0
NPR01/29 - 01/311000 LV44492Clinton +5.0
Rasmussen01/21 - 01/22800 LV424711Clinton +5.0
NBC/WSJ01/20 - 01/221008 A36524Clinton +16.0
LA Times/Bloomberg01/18 - 01/221312 RV39506Clinton +11.0
Rasmussen01/11 - 01/131200 LV414712Clinton +6.0
Hotline/FD01/10 - 01/12803 RV37499Clinton +12.0
CNN01/09 - 01/10840 RV4058--Clinton +18.0
Rasmussen12/17 - 12/18800 LV444313Romney +1.0
USA Today/Gallup12/14 - 12/16900 RV46521Clinton +6.0
Zogby12/12 - 12/141000 LV444610Clinton +2.0
Battleground12/09 - 12/121000 LV44507Clinton +6.0
CNN12/06 - 12/09RV43541Clinton +11.0
Rasmussen12/03 - 12/04800 LV434611Clinton +3.0
LA Times/Bloomberg11/30 - 12/031245 RV39477Clinton +8.0
FOX News11/13 - 11/14900 RV375014Clinton +13.0
Gallup11/11 - 11/14897 RV38543Clinton +16.0
Rasmussen11/07 - 11/08800 LV424711Clinton +5.0
Newsweek10/31 - 11/011002 RV45496Clinton +4.0
ABC/Wash Post10/29 - 11/011131 A39571Clinton +18.0
Quinnipiac10/23 - 10/291636 RV38487Clinton +10.0
LA Times/Bloomberg10/19 - 10/22512 RV344911Clinton +15.0
Cook/RT Strategies10/18 - 10/21855 RV374612Clinton +9.0
Rasmussen10/10 - 10/11800 LV414712Clinton +6.0
FOX News10/09 - 10/10900 RV385011Clinton +12.0
Rasmussen09/12 - 09/13800 LV404911Clinton +9.0
NBC/WSJ09/07 - 09/101002 A38515Clinton +13.0
FOX News07/17 - 07/18900 RV355015Clinton +15.0
Zogby07/12 - 07/141012 LV3848--Clinton +10.0
Rasmussen06/27 - 06/28800 LV42463Clinton +4.0
Cook/RT Strategies06/21 - 06/23844 RV384812Clinton +10.0
Newsweek06/20 - 06/21831 RV40555Clinton +15.0
Cook/RT Strategies06/15 - 06/17854 RV384516Clinton +7.0
USA Today/Gallup06/11 - 06/14927 RV40532Clinton +13.0
Rasmussen06/11 - 06/12800 LV41509Clinton +9.0
LA Times/Bloomberg06/07 - 06/101056 RV43416Romney +2.0
FOX News06/05 - 06/06900 RV364618Clinton +10.0
Zogby05/17 - 05/21993 LV40486Clinton +8.0
Newsweek05/02 - 05/03831 RV35578Clinton +22.0
Hotline/FD04/26 - 04/30801 RV355013Clinton +15.0
LA Times/Bloomberg04/05 - 04/09643 RV37448Clinton +7.0
Time04/05 - 04/091102 RV37499Clinton +12.0
Time03/23 - 03/261102 RV34518Clinton +17.0
Rasmussen03/07 - 03/08800 LV41509Clinton +9.0
Newsweek02/28 - 03/011202 RV38559Clinton +17.0
Zogby02/22 - 02/241078 LV354520Clinton +10.0
Quinnipiac02/13 - 02/191536 RV37499Clinton +12.0
Marist02/12 - 02/15978 RV364915Clinton +13.0
Rasmussen02/05 - 02/06800 LV41518Clinton +10.0
Newsweek01/24 - 01/25837 RV37567Clinton +19.0
Rasmussen01/11 - 01/12800 LV414910Clinton +8.0
IBD/TIPP01/02 - 01/04951 A35489Clinton +13.0
CNN12/15 - 12/171019 A34573Clinton +23.0
LA Times/Bloomberg12/08 - 12/111342 RV36427Clinton +6.0
Rasmussen12/06 - 12/071000 LV40488Clinton +8.0
Newsweek12/06 - 12/071000 A325810Clinton +26.0
All Commentary & News Stories
- Surging, Obama Makes His Case - Adam Nagourney, New York Times
- Clinton Plays Election Roulette - Jeanne Cummings, The Politico
- Why Hillary Will Lose - Dick Morris, The Hill
- Obama is Not Inevitable - Jay Cost, RealClearPolitics
- Edwards Weighs Clinton Endorsement - R. Klein and R. Johnson, ABC News
- Assessing the GOP's Chances - Fred Barnes, Wall Street Journal
- Where Does Huckabee Go from Here? - Byron York, National Review
- Blood-and-Guts Politics - Camille Paglia, Salon
- Why Clinton's Back Is Against the Wall - Jason Horowitz, NY Observer
- Inside the Clinton Shake-Up - Joshua Green, The Atlantic
- The Democrats' Undemocratic System - Ruth Marcus, Washington Post
- Is Obama Good for Business? - Eamon Javers, BusinessWeek
- Obama the Front Runner - The Economist
- Obama's Wiretap Votes - Wall Street Journal
- Democrats and Democracy - Chicago Tribune
- With a Surge, Obama Makes His Case - Adam Nagourney, New York Times
- No End in Sight for the Democrats - Bob Herbert, New York Times
- Decision Time for Conservatives - Oliver North, FOX News
- 8 Questions Potomac Primary Could Answer - Dan Balz, Washington Post
- Why Wisconsin May Be Key for Dems - Charlie Cook, National Journal
- The Numbers Add Up to John McCain - Gary Bauer, Washington Times
- GOP Rearrangement Syndrome - David Limbaugh, Townhall
- Why Edwards Can't Support Clinton - David Corn, Mother Jones
- The Theater of Big Change - Jonathan Alter, Newsweek
- Is Obama Really the Liberal Reagan? - James Pethokoukis, US News & WR
- Hillary's Texas-Ohio Firewall? - Ed Morrissey, Captain's Quarters
- Obama Lost without a Teleprompter - Dean Barnett, Weekly Standard
- McCain Walking a Fine Line - Richard Cohen, Washington Post
- McCain & Conservative Principles - Jeffrey Lord, The American Spectator
- The Lincoln-Legacy Shuffle - Richard Brookhiser, New York Post
- The Potomac Stakes - Steve Kornacki, New York Observer
- Lose Now and Win Later? - Noemie Emery, Weekly Standard
- Time to Look Ahead in Iraq - Gerald Seib, Wall Street Journal
- The Delicate Superdelegate Predicament - Jesse Jackson Jr, Chicago Tribune
- Can Obama Keep the Momentum? - Jay Newton-Small, Time
- Should Conservatives Back McCain? - Jonah Goldberg, USA Today
- The Election, the GOP -- and Iraq - John Podhoretz, Commentary
- Media, Independents Should Ditch McCain - Arianna Huffington, Huff Post
- Reality Would Bite Democratic President - David Brooks, New York Times
- A Party Divided by Sensibility - E.J. Dionne, Washington Post
- McCain and the Talk-Show Hosts - Mark Helprin, Wall Street Journal
- The State of the Democratic Race - Jay Cost, RealClearPolitics
- Sherrod Brown on How to Win in Ohio - Katrina vanden Heuvel, The Nation
- Redefining Conservatism for a New Era - Cal Thomas, Sacramento Bee
- There's Such a Thing as False Hope - Leon Wieseltier, The New Republic
- Superdelegates: Equal, Only More So - Philadelphia Inquirer
- The McCain Mutiny - Investor's Business Daily
- Previewing Tuesday's Dem Primaries - Vogel, Martin & Lerer, The Politico
- Last Nominee Standing - Thomas Lifson, American Thinker
- Democratic Voters Are Befuddling the Pollsters - Al Hunt, Bloomberg
- Race and the Democratic Party - Susan Estrich, FOX News
- Why Obama Will Win the Nomination - Matthew Dowd, ABC News
- Change is Easier Said Than Done - J.C. Watts, Las Vegas Review-Journal
- Clinton-Obama: How They Match Up - Jennifer Rubin, Contentions
- Obama Goes Five-for-Five - C. Todd, M. Murray, & D. Montanaro, NBC News
- Democrats Court John Edwards - Dan Balz, Washington Post
- Obama & Huckabee's Weekend Wins - Michael Barone, US News & WR
- Clinton v. Obama: The Lawsuit - Theodore Olson, Wall Street Journal
- Kennedy Backing Not So Decisive After All - Stuart Rothenberg, Roll Call
- What Does McCain Really Believe? - Jonathan Chait, The New Republic
- A Malaise Election - Sebastian Mallaby, Washington Post
- Obama's Path to Victory - William Kristol, New York Times
- Can McCain Win in November? - John Fund, Wall Street Journal
- How Will It All End for the Democrats? - Walter Shapiro, Salon
- Don't Doubt McCain on Judges - Carl Tobias, Christian Science Monitor
- Why Democrats Must Choose Obama - Clive Crook, Financial Times
- Huckabee Seeks His Miracle - Michael Scherer, Time
- Obama and the Bradley Effect - Robert Novak, Chicago Sun-Times
- Hate Springs Eternal - Paul Krugman, New York Times
- 'Change' Message Takes On Congress - Reid Wilson, RealClearPolitics
- Hillary's Last Hope? - New York Sun
- Clinton-Obama: Perils of a Long Battle - Peter Grier, CS Monitor
- Obama Landslides Could Break Deadlock - Ben Smith, The Politico
- 796 Insiders May Hold Democrats' Key - M. Mosk & P. Kane, Washington Post
- The Republican Reformation - Ross Douthat, New York Times
- There's No Good Choice for Conservatives - Mark Steyn, OC Register
- Next Up for Democrats: Civil War - Frank Rich, New York Times
- GOP Has Some Growing Up to Do - Mark Davis, Dallas Morning News
- Obama's Weekend to Win - Jay Newton-Small, Time
- Huckabee: 'I'm Still In The Race' - Howard Fineman, Newsweek
- The Arguments For & Against McCain - Rich Karlgaard, Forbes
- The Chicken Doves - Matt Taibbi, Rolling Stone
- Inconvenient Truths of 2008 - William Stuntz, Weekly Standard
- Our Irate Electorate - Douglas Schoen, Washington Post
- Clinton & Obama Woo Superdelegates - A. Nagourney & C. Hulse, NYT
- The Right Is Wrong on McCain - Robert McFarlane, Wall Street Journal
- A Rapprochement With the Right? - Patrick Buchanan, Pittsburgh TR
- Will McCain Benefit From the Dems' Infighting? - Eleanor Clift, Newsweek
- Is Obama Tough Enough? - John Heilemann, New York Magazine
- The Verdict of Super Tuesday - Michael Barone, US News & World Report
- Latte Liberals vs. Dunkin Donut Dems - Gerard Baker, Times of London
- Bush Rallies Base Around McCain - Peter Baker, Washington Post
- The Romney Campaign's 5 Big Mistakes - John Ellis, RealClearPolitics
- Are Liberals Too Confident About the Future? - Ramesh Ponnuru, Time
- The Audacity of Compromise - Kathleen Parker, RealClearPolitics
- McCain's Veep Contest - Pat Toomey, Wall Street Journal
- Defrosting the Republican Base - Ruth Marcus, Washington Post
- Where the Candidates Stand on Earmarks - David Heath, Seattle Times
- Pawlenty in Glare of Speculation - Mark Brunswick, Star Tribune
- A Chance to Redesign American Politics - Philip Stephens, Financial Times