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PE President Elect
PREVIOUS POLLS OF THE MONTH

MAY 2003 POLL
PRESIDENT ELECT
Poll of the Month
Which Democrat has the best chance of winning the presidency in 2004?

Howard Dean......96...36%
Joe Lieberman....72...27%
John Kerry.......54...20%
John Edwards.....46...17%

With our previous Democratic poll so close, we decided to narrow the field from over twenty to just the top four announced candidates. The winner was used in our May Electoral College Analysis. Percentages are rounded.



MARCH 2003 POLL
PRESIDENT ELECT
Poll of the Month
Assuming Al Gore does not run, which Democrat has the best chance of winning in 2004?
Howard Dean.....120..20%
John Kerry......100..17%
Hillary Clinton..68..11%
John Edwards.....64..11%
Joe Lieberman....61..10%
Bob Graham.......37...6%
Dick Gephardt....23...4%
Al Sharpton......18...3%
Tom Daschle......16...3%
Bill Bradley.....15...3%
Other............14...2%
Joe Biden........12...2%
Gary Hart........12...2%
Dennis Kucinich...9...2%
Bob Kerrey..........8...2%
Carol Moseley-Braun.7...1%
Mark Warner.........5...1%
Jesse Jackson, Jr...4...1%
Dianne Feinstein....3...1%
Wesley Clark........2..>1%
Russ Feingold.......1..>1%
The OTHER votes are for scattered or non-answer write-ins. Percentages are rounded.



JANUARY 2003 POLL
PRESIDENT ELECT
Poll of the Month
If the Republican Party disappeared, what third party would best take their place?
Libertarian....71.....38%
Constitution...62.....33%
Reform.........30.....16%
Other..........14......8%
Green...........5......3%
Socialist.......2......1%
Right To Life...1......>1%
Prohibition.....1......>1%
The OTHER votes are non-answer write-ins. Percentages are rounded.



NOVEMBER 2002 POLL
PRESIDENT ELECT
Poll of the Month
If the Democratic Party disappeared, what third party would best take their place?
Green...........84.....47%
Libertarian.....42.....24%
Reform..........19.....11%
Constitution....10......6%
Natural Law......7......4%
Others...........4......2%
Socialist........4......2%
Communist........1.....>1%
Independent......1.....>1%
Populist Progressive
(PPP)............1.....>1%
Socialist Labor
(SLP)............1.....>1%
Socialist Workers
(SWP)............1.....>1%
Working Families
(WFP)............1.....>1%
The OTHER votes are non-answer write-ins. Percentages are rounded.



SEPTEMBER 2002 POLL
PRESIDENT ELECT
Poll of the Month
What vice presidential candidate would help President Bush's chances of winning in 2004 the most?
Rudy Giuliani....75...36%
Colin Powell.....49...23%
Dick Cheney......27...13%
Condoleezza Rice.20...10%
Fred Thompson....10....5%
Other.............9....4%
C. T. Whitman.....5....2%
Tommy Thompson....3....1%
John McCain.......2....1%
Tom Ridge.........2....1%
Donald Rumsfeld...2....1%
Al Gonzales.......1....0%
Alan Keyes........1....0%
Paul O'Neill......1....0%
George Pataki.....1....0%
Mitt Romney.......1....0%
J.C. Watts........1....0%
The OTHER votes are non-answer write-ins. Percentages are rounded.



AUGUST 2002 POLL
PRESIDENT ELECT
Poll of the Month
Which Democrat has the best chance of winning the presidency in 2004?
Al Gore.........78..46%
John Edwards....16...9%
Hillary Clinton.14...8%
Dick Gephardt....9...5%
Tom Daschle......8...5%
Howard Dean......8...5%
John Kerry.....8...5%
Joe Lieberman..8...5%
Other..........7...4%
Roy Barnes.....3...2%
Al Sharpton....3...2%
Bill Bradley...2...1%
Jesse Jackson, Jr..2...1%
Joe Biden..........1...1%
Gray Davis.........1...1%
Dianne Feinstein...1...1%
Paul Wellstone.....1...1%
The poll was skewed a bit by 30 or so votes for Al Gore from Salon.com users during the final two days of the poll. The OTHER votes are for several other scattered candidates. Percentages are rounded.












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