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Pre-Debate Poll Shows Clinton Solidifying Lead

MANCHESTER -- A poll out today, conducted by the University of New Hampshire Survey Center for CNN and WMUR-TV, shows New York Senator Hillary Clinton solidifying her lead on the eve of the latest Democratic debate, to be held tomorrow at Dartmouth College in Hanover.

Perhaps as important as her lead in the primary, the results show that Clinton's biggest weakness -- her perceived inability to win a general -- is not a concern among Democratic primary voters, a majority of whom name her as most likely to beat the GOP nominee. Given that Clinton, Sen. Barack Obama and former Sen. John Edwards are all virtually equally seen in a favorable light, primary voters look as if they are going with the electable candidate, in Clinton, over Obama and Edwards, both of whom are seen as more likeable.

The poll, taken September 17-24, surveyed 307 respondents who said they planned to vote in the Democratic primary. The margin of error is +/- 5.5%.

Democrats
Clinton 43 (+7 from 7/07 poll)
Obama 20 (-7)
Edwards 12 (+3)
Richardson 6 (-5)
Biden 3 (-1)
Kuchinich 3 (nc)
Dodd 1 (+1)
Gravel 0 (nc)

Democrats (w/Gore)
Clinton 41 (+8)
Obama 19 (-6)
Edwards 11 (+3)
Gore 7 (-1)
Richardson 6 (-4)
Biden 3 (nc)
Kucinich 3 (nc)
Dodd 1 (+1)
Gravel 0 (nc)

Which Candidate Is Most Likeable?
Obama 39
Edwards 27
Clinton 15
Richardson 6

Which Candidate Has Best Chance Of Beating GOP Nominee?
Clinton 54
Obama 13
Edwards 8
Gore 8

Which Candidate Has Right Experience To Be President?
Clinton 47
Gore 14
Edwards 8
Obama 8

Which Candidate Is Most Likely To Bring Needed Change?
Clinton 36
Obama 24
Edwards 8
Gore 7

Fav/Unfav
Obama 78/11
Clinton 77/15
Edwards 76/10
Gore 73/19
Richardson 53/14
Biden 45/20
Dodd 40/23
Kucinich 31/27
Gravel 7/23