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Edwards and Obama Match Up Better, But Democrats Prefer Hillary?

I’m trying hard to not put too much stock in the polls right now, and not to only quote one or two results that I like.

But Rasmussen having both Fred and Rudy up over Hillary (okay, both 46 percent to 45 percent) intrigues me. Hold off on those declaration of certain doom for Republicans in 2008; there’s still a race to be run.
Also Rasmussen has Edwards and Obama up big over Rudy and Fred. Huh? If these results are accurate, the Democratic primary electorate is hell-bent on nominating the candidate with the least chance of winning.

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