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White House 2004: Democratic Nomination (p. 2)
All data are from nationwide surveys of Americans 18 & older.

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CNN/USA Today/Gallup Poll. Sept. 8-10, 2003. N=407 Democrats and Democratic leaners nationwide who are registered to vote. MoE 5.

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"Next, I'm going to read a list of people who may be running in the Democratic primary for president in the next election. After I read all the names, please tell me which of those candidates you would be most likely to support for the Democratic nomination for president in the year 2004. . . ." Names rotated

  8/4-6/03 7/25-27/03
  % %
Joe Lieberman 18 21
Dick Gephardt 15 16
Howard Dean 15 11
John Kerry 12 15
Bob Graham 5 4
John Edwards 5 6
Carol Moseley Braun 5 6
Al Sharpton 4 5
Dennis Kucinich 2 2
Other 4 -
No one 5 2
No opinion 10 12

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  6/12-18/03 5/30 -
6/1/03
4/22-23/03 3/14-15/03
  % % % %
Joe Lieberman 21 20 22 15
Dick Gephardt 17 14 16 20
John Kerry 13 17 18 16
Bob Graham 7 4 5 4
Howard Dean 7 5 6 5
John Edwards 6 6 8 6
Al Sharpton 6 7 3 5
Carol Moseley Braun 5 4 4 8
Dennis Kucinich 1 2 3 3
Other 1 1 1 1
No one 5 5 5 3
No opinion 11 15 9 14

 

Zogby International for the Draft Gore 2004 Committee. Sept. 5-9, 2003. N=615 Democratic and independent voters nationwide. MoE 4.1.

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"If the Democratic primary for president were held today and the candidates were Howard Dean, John Edwards, Dick Gephardt, Al Gore, John Kerry and Joseph Lieberman, for whom would you vote?"

%
Al Gore 24
Howard Dean 16
Joe Lieberman 12
John Kerry 11
Dick Gephardt 7
John Edwards 2
Other (vol.) 9
Not sure 19

 

CBS News Poll. Aug. 26-28, 2003. N=775 registered voters nationwide. MoE 4 (total sample).

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"From what you have heard or read, can you name any of the candidates running for the 2004 Democratic nomination for president?" If "Yes": "Who is the first one who comes to mind?"

ALL Repub-
licans
Demo-
crats
Indepen-
dents
% % % %
Yes, can name a candidate 35 39 33 34
  Howard Dean 11 10 12 12
  John Kerry 7 9 6 7
  Joe Lieberman 5 7 2 6
  John Edwards 3 3 2 3
  Richard Gephardt 2 3 2 1
  Bob Graham 1 1 2 1
  Dennis Kucinich 1 0 0 1
  Al Sharpton 1 2 1 1
  Carol Moseley Braun 0 0 0 0
  Other 3 4 4 1
No, can't name a candidate 65 61 67 66

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"Who would you like to see the Democratic Party nominate as its presidential candidate in 2004: [see below],  or someone else?" Names rotated

Demo-
crats
Indepen-
dents
   
% %    
Joe Lieberman 14 15    
Howard Dean 11 9    
Richard Gephardt 10 8    
John Kerry 5 7    
Al Sharpton 5 6    
Bob Graham 4 3    
John Edwards 2 5    
Carol Moseley Braun 2 1    
Dennis Kucinich 0 0    
Other 15 16    
Don't know 32 30    

 

Zogby International for DraftWesleyClark.com. Aug. 16-19, 2003. N=584 likely Democratic primary voters nationwide. MoE 4.1.

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"Thus far, the Democratic candidates for president in 2004 are [see below]. If the primary were held today, for whom would you vote?"

%
Howard Dean 17
Dick Gephardt 11
Joe Lieberman 10
John Kerry 9
Wesley Clark 5
Al Sharpton 3
Carol Moseley Braun 2
John Edwards 2
Dennis Kucinich 2
Bob Graham 2
Other (vol.) 6
Not sure 32

 

Time/CNN Poll conducted by Harris Interactive. July 16-17, 2003. N=400 registered Democrats and independents who lean Democratic nationwide.

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"Thinking ahead to the 2004 presidential election, if you were asked to vote for a Democratic presidential nominee for president today, which of the following Democrats would you vote for? . . ."

    Leaned
Vote
  % %
Joseph Lieberman 16 18
John Kerry 14 15
Dick Gephardt 12 13
Howard Dean 10 10
John Edwards 6 7
Al Sharpton 5 5
Bob Graham 4 4
Carol Moseley Braun 4 5
Dennis Kucinich 3 3
Other 3 3
Not sure 23 17

 

ABC News/Washington Post Poll. July 9-10, 2003. N=443 Democrats and Democratic-leaning independents. MoE 4.5. Fieldwork by TNS Intersearch.

 

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"If the 2004 Democratic presidential primary in your state were being held today, and the candidates were [see below], for whom would you vote?" Names rotated

7/03 4/03

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% %

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Joseph Lieberman 13 29
John Kerry 12 14
Richard Gephardt 10 19
Howard Dean 8 3
John Edwards 6 4
Al Sharpton 6 3
Carol Moseley Braun 4 6
Bob Graham 3 3
Dennis Kucinich 2 2
Other (vol.) 2 1
None (vol.) 13 1
Wouldn't vote (vol.) 7 0
No opinion 16 14

 

ABC News Poll. May 28-June 1, 2003. N=1,029 adults nationwide. Results shown are among Democrats and independents who lean Democratic. Fieldwork by TNS Intersearch.
 

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"If the 2004 Democratic presidential primary in your state were being held today, and the candidates were [see below], for whom would you vote?" Names rotated

%  

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Hillary Clinton 37
Joseph Lieberman 14
Richard Gephardt 10
John Kerry 7
John Edwards 6
Bob Graham 4
Howard Dean 3
Al Sharpton 2
Carol Moseley Braun 1
Dennis Kucinich 1
None (vol.) 3
Wouldn't vote (vol.) 2
No opinion 11

 

Time/CNN Poll conducted by Harris Interactive. May 21-22, 2003. N=368 registered Democrats and independents who lean Democratic nationwide.

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"As you may know, Al Gore has said he will not run for president in 2004. Now suppose Al Gore changes his mind and runs for the Democratic nomination for president -- who would you vote for? . . ."

  %
Al Gore 40
Joseph Lieberman 7
Dick Gephardt 7
John Kerry 7
John Edwards 5
Al Sharpton 4
Bob Graham 4
Howard Dean 3
Dennis Kucinich 2
Carol Moseley Braun 1
Other 1
Not sure 19

 

CNN/USA Today/Gallup Poll. March 14-15, 2003. N=420 Democrats and Democratic leaners nationwide who are registered to vote. MoE 5.

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"Next, I'm going to read a list of people who may be running in the Democratic primary for president in the next election. After I read all the names, please tell me which of those candidates you would be most likely to support for the Democratic nomination for president in the year 2004. . . ."

  %
Hillary Rodham Clinton 28
Dick Gephardt 16
John Kerry 13
Joe Lieberman 11
John Edwards 5
Howard Dean 4
Carol Moseley Braun 3
Al Sharpton 2
Dennis Kucinich 2
Bob Graham 2
Other 1
No one 2
No opinion 11

 

The Los Angeles Times Poll. Jan. 30-Feb. 2, 2003. N=399 registered Democrats nationwide. MoE 5 (total sample).

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"I am now going to mention a list of Democrats who have either declared themselves a candidate for president in 2004 or have formed an exploratory committee to decide whether they will run for president. I realize that the first caucus and primary are more than a year away, but if the Democratic primary or caucus for president were being held in your state today, and the candidates were [see below], for whom would you vote [see below]?"

ALL Men Women
% % %
Joe Lieberman 25 12 35
John Kerry 20 24 17
John Edwards 8 9 8
Gary Hart 8 10 6
Dick Gephardt 6 8 4
Bob Graham 6 7 5
Al Sharpton 2 3 1
Howard Dean 1 2 1
Someone else (vol.) - 1 -
Don't know 24 24 23

 

NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll conducted by the polling organizations of Peter Hart (D) and Robert Teeter (R). Jan. 19-21, 2003. N=1,025 adults nationwide. These questions were asked of Democrats, as well as non-Democrats who said they would vote in a Democratic presidential primary.

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"If Hillary Clinton decided to run for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2004, and if the next Democratic primary for president were being held today, which one of these same candidates would you vote for: [see below]?" If "Not sure," ask: "Well, which way do you lean?"

%
Hillary Clinton 39
Joe Lieberman 13
Richard Gephardt 10
John Kerry 8
John Edwards 5
Bob Graham 4
Howard Dean 2
Al Sharpton 2
None/Other (vol.) 3
Not sure 14

 

ABC News/Washington Post Poll. Jan. 16-20, 2003. N=1,133 adults nationwide. Results shown are among Democrats and independents who lean Democratic. Fieldwork by TNS Intersearch.

         

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"Suppose your state holds a Democratic primary or caucus for president in 2004 and the candidates are [see below] -- for whom would you vote?" If "Don't know": "Which one are you leaning toward right now?"

    1/03 7/02      
    % %      
  Joseph Lieberman 27 21      
  Richard Gephardt 14 13      
  John Edwards 11 7      
  John Kerry 10 10      
  Al Sharpton 7 n/a      
  Howard Dean 3 3      
  Other (vol.) 1 4      
  None (vol.) 4 n/a      
  Don't know 24 29      
  Tom Daschle n/a 14      

 

CNN/USA Today/Gallup Poll. Jan. 10-12, 2003. N=391 Democrats and Democratic leaners nationwide who are registered to vote. MoE 5.
         

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"Next, I'm going to read a list of people who may be running in the Democratic primary for president in the next election. After I read all the names, please tell me which of those candidates you would be most likely to support for the Democratic nomination for president in the year 2004 . . . ."

    1/10-12/03 1/3-5/03 12/02 11/02  
    % % % %  
  Joe Lieberman 19 18 25 12  
  John Kerry 17 17 21 12  
  Dick Gephardt 13 13 14 9  
  John Edwards 12 14 5 4  
  Bob Graham 6 n/a n/a n/a  
  Gary Hart 6 n/a n/a n/a  
  Al Sharpton 4 4 4 n/a  
  Howard Dean 4 6 3 4  
  Other 2 1 3 1  
  No one 5 3 5 3  
  Undecided 12 10 10 7  
  Tom Daschle n/a 14 10 12  
  Al Gore n/a n/a n/a 36  

 

Time/CNN Poll conducted by Harris Interactive. Dec. 17-18, 2002. N=400 registered Democrats and independents who lean Democratic nationwide. MoE 4.9.

         

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"Thinking ahead to the 2004 presidential election, if you were asked to vote for a Democratic presidential nominee for president today, which of the following Democrats would you vote for? . . ."

    With
Clinton
Without
Clinton
     
    % %      
  Hillary Clinton 30 n/a      
  John Kerry 13 16      
  Joseph Lieberman 13 16      
  Dick Gephardt 9 10      
  Tom Daschle 7 9      
  John Edwards 4 8      
  Wesley Clark 3 5      
  Howard Dean 2 2      
  Al Sharpton 2 4      
  Joe Biden 2 3      
  Chris Dodd 1 3      
  Not sure 14 24      

 

FOX News/Opinion Dynamics Poll. Dec. 17-18, 2002. N=344 Democratic voters nationwide.
         

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"Which of the following potential candidates would you most like to see the Democrats nominate for president in 2004? . . ."
             
    %        
  Hillary Clinton 21        
  Joe Lieberman 18        
  John Kerry 16        
  Tom Daschle 6        
  Dick Gephardt 5        
  John Edwards 4        
  Al Sharpton 3        
  Howard Dean 2        
  Other 6        
  Not sure 20        

 

NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll conducted by the polling organizations of Peter Hart (D) and Robert Teeter (R). Latest: Dec. 7-9, 2002. N=1,005 adults nationwide. These questions were asked of Democrats, as well as non-Democrats who said they would vote in a Democratic presidential primary.

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"Let me mention some people who might seek the Democratic nomination for president in 2004. If the next Democratic primary for president were being held today, which one of the following candidates would you vote for . . . ?" If "Not sure," ask: "Well, which way do you lean?"

12/02 (RV)
10/02
% %
Al Gore 39 32
John Kerry 13 10
Joe Lieberman 9 13
Richard Gephardt 9 9
Tom Daschle 8 10
John Edwards 2 3
Al Sharpton 2 2
Howard Dean 1 -
None/Other (vol.) 5 8
Not sure 12 13

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"Would you prefer to have Al Gore run for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2004, or would you prefer to have Al Gore step aside in 2004?"

12/02 (RV)
10/02
% %
Run in 2004 48 38
Step aside in 2004 42 53
Not sure 10 9

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"If Al Gore decided not to run for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2004, and if the next Democratic primary for president were being held today, which one of these same candidates would you vote for . . . ?" If "Not sure," ask: "Well, which way do you lean?"

%
Joe Lieberman 20
John Kerry 16
Richard Gephardt 14
Tom Daschle 14
Al Sharpton 4
John Edwards 3
Howard Dean 1
None/Other (vol.) 6
Not sure 22

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RV = registered voters


 

Washington Post Poll. Nov. 21-24, 2002. N=418 Democrats nationwide. MoE 5.

         

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Preference for Democratic Presidential Nominee:
      Without
Lieberman
Without
Gore
   
    % % %    
  Al Gore 49 53 n/a    
  Joseph Lieberman 10 n/a 27    
  Tom Daschle 6 8 14    
  John Kerry 6 6 9    
  Dick Gephardt 4 6 10    
  Al Sharpton 3 3 7    
  John Edwards 1 2 2    
  Howard Dean 1 1 2    
  Other/Not sure 20 21 29    

 

CBS News/New York Times Poll. Nov. 20-24, 2002. N=996 adults nationwide. MoE 3 (total sample).

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"Do you think the Democrats should give Al Gore another chance to run and nominate him for president in 2004, or do you think the Democrats should nominate someone new in 2004?"
Gore Someone
New
Depends
(vol.)
Don't
Know
 
% % % %  
  ALL 27 62 3 8  
  Republicans 19 71 1 9  
  Democrats 33 55 4 8  
  Independents 26 60 4 10  

 

FOX News/Opinion Dynamics Poll. Latest: Nov. 19-20, 2002. N=900 registered voters nationwide. MoE 3 (total sample).

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"Do you think former Vice President Al Gore should run for president again in 2004?"

Yes No Up To
Him (vol.)
Not
Sure
   
  % % % %    
11/02
ALL 28 52 8 12    
Democrats 45 35 4 16    
8/01
ALL 40 45 7 8    
Democrats 60 29 4 7    

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"Do you think New York Senator Hillary Clinton should run for president in 2004?"

Yes No Up To
Her (vol.)
Not
Sure
   
  % % % %    
ALL 20 67 5 8    
Democrats 34 53 2 12    

 

Time/CNN Poll conducted by Harris Interactive. Nov. 13-14, 2002. N=454 Democrats and independents who lean Democratic nationwide:

         

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"Thinking ahead to the 2004 presidential election, if you were asked to vote for a Democratic presidential nominee for president today, which of the following Democrats would you vote for? . . ."

    With
Clinton
Without
Clinton
     
    % %      
  Al Gore 36 53      
  Hillary Clinton 26 n/a      
  Joseph Lieberman 8 10      
  Tom Daschle 7 10      
  John Kerry 7 8      
  Dick Gephardt 5 6      
  John Edwards 2 3      
  Howard Dean - 1      
  Not sure 9 9      

 

Quinnipiac University Poll. Nov. 7-11, 2002. N=1,069 registered voters nationwide.
         

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"Now I'm going to name eight Democrats who might run for president in 2004. After I read all eight names, tell me which one you would most like to see the Democrats nominate for president in 2004. Here are the choices . . . ." Asked of Democratic voters only

    %        
  Al Gore 32        
  Hillary Rodham Clinton 22        
  Tom Daschle 11        
  Joe Lieberman 8        
  John Kerry 8        
  Dick Gephardt 8        
  John Edwards 4        
  Howard Dean -        
  Don't know/No answer 8        

 

Newsweek Poll conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates. Oct. 10-11, 2002. Nationwide.

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"Now I'm going to name eight Democrats who might run for president in 2004. After I read all eight names, tell me which ONE you would most like to see the Democrats nominate for president in 2004. Here are the choices . . . ." Asked of registered Democrats and leaners (N=357, MoE 6)
    %    
Former Vice President Al Gore 25    
New York Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton 23    
Senate Democratic leader Tom Daschle 10    
Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman 8    
Massachusetts Senator John Kerry 6    
House Democratic leader Dick Gephardt 6    
North Carolina Senator John Edwards 3    
Vermont Governor Howard Dean 3    
None/Will support another party's candidate (vol.) 3    
Don't know 13    

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"Would you like to see Hillary Rodham Clinton run for president in 2004, wait and run for president in 2008, or not run for president at all?" Asked of all adults (N=1,000, MoE 3 for the total sample)
ALL Repub-
licans
Demo-
crats
Indepen-
dents
 
% % % %  
Run in 2004 23 8 39 22  
Run in 2008 16 9 25 15  
Not run at all 55 78 32 56  
Don't know 6 5 4 7  

 

Marist College Poll. Latest: Oct. 9-10, 2002. Nationwide.
         

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"If the next Democratic presidential primary were held today, whom would you support if the candidates are . . . ?" Asked of 330 Democrats and leaners (MoE 5.5)
    10/02
w/ Gore
10/02
w/o Gore
4/02 1/02  
    % % % %  
  Al Gore 34 n/a 35 38  
  Joseph Lieberman 11 21 8 13  
  Richard Gephardt 10 18 9 4  
  Tom Daschle 6 10 6 10  
  John Kerry 6 6 4 4  
  John Edwards 3 3 1 1  
  Al Sharpton 1 3 1 n/a  
  Howard Dean 0 1 0 1  
  Undecided 29 38 26 29  
  Bill Bradley n/a n/a 10 n/a  
         

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"Hillary Clinton has stated that she will serve her full six-year term in the U.S. Senate and not run for president in 2004. Do you think Hillary Clinton will run for president in 2004 or serve out her six-year term?" Asked of 769 registered voters (MoE 3.5)

    Run In
2004
Serve
Out
Term
Unsure    
    % % %    
  10/02 28 63 9    
  4/02 23 63 14    
  1/02 24 57 19    
  3/01 36 46 18    
         

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"Do you think Hillary Clinton should run for president someday, or not?" Asked of 769 registered voters (MoE 3.5)

    Should Should
Not
Unsure    
    % % %    
  10/02 26 69 5    
  4/02 27 67 6    
  1/02 27 65 8    
  3/01 30 61 9    

 

FOX News/Opinion Dynamics Poll. Aug. 6-7, 2002. N=900 registered voters nationwide. MoE 3 (total sample).

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"Which of the following potential candidates would you most like to see the Democrats nominate for president in 2004? . . ." Asked of Democratic voters
8/02 1/02    
% %    
Former Vice President Al Gore 29 26    
New York Senator Hillary Clinton 15 16    
Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman 8 10    
Senate Democratic Leader Tom Daschle 8 8    
House Democratic Leader Dick Gephardt 8 8    
Massachusetts Senator John Kerry 5 3    
North Carolina Senator John Edwards 5 2    
Reverend Al Sharpton 2 -    
Someone else/Other (vol.) 6 2    
Not sure 14 24    

 

Zogby America Poll. Latest: July 30-Aug. 2, 2002. N=393 likely Democratic voters nationwide. MoE 5.

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"If the Democratic primary for president were held today and the candidates were [see below], for whom would you vote?"

7/30 -
8/2/02
7/19-21/02      
% %      
Al Gore 41 38      
Joe Lieberman 6 6      
Al Sharpton 5 1      
Bill Bradley 5 6      
Dick Gephardt 5 4      
John Kerry 5 4      
Tom Daschle 3 9      
Joe Biden 2 3      
John Edwards 2 2      
Howard Dean - 1      
Christopher Dodd - 1      
Gray Davis - -      
Other 4 3      
Undecided 21 23      

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"Now for the same list, if Al Gore decided not to run for president in the Democratic primary and the candidates were [see below], for whom would you vote?"
%        
Joe Lieberman 15        
Bill Bradley 11        
Dick Gephardt 11        
Tom Daschle 9        
Al Sharpton 6        
John Kerry 6        
Joe Biden 4        
John Edwards 3        
Howard Dean 2        
Gray Davis 1        
Christopher Dodd -        
Other 2        
Undecided 31        

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"Do you think Gore deserves the the Democratic nomination for president or do you think it should go to someone else?"

Deserves
Nomina-
tion
Some-
one
Else
Not
Sure
   
% % %    
7-8/02 47 36 18    

 

ABC News/Washington Post Poll. July 11-15, 2002. N=682 Democrats and independents who lean Democratic nationwide. MoE 4. Fieldwork by TNS Intersearch.

         

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"Suppose your state holds a Democratic primary or caucus for president in 2004 and the candidates are [rotate:] Tom Daschle, Howard Dean, John Edwards, Richard Gephardt, Al Gore, John Kerry, and Joseph Lieberman -- for whom would you vote? [If "Gore" or "Lieberman":] If he doesn't run, who would be your second choice?"

      Without
Gore
Without
Lieberman
   
    % % %    
  Al Gore 46 n/a 50    
  Joseph Lieberman 10 21 n/a    
  Tom Daschle 8 14 9    
  John Kerry 6 10 7    
  Dick Gephardt 5 13 7    
  John Edwards 3 7 3    
  Howard Dean 1 3 1    
  Other (vol.) 3 4 4    
  Undecided 18 29 20    

 

CNN/USA Today/Gallup Poll. Latest: July 5-8, 2002. Nationwide.
         

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"Next, I’m going to read a list of people who may be running in the Democratic primary for president in the next election. After I read all the names, please tell me which of those candidates you would be most likely to support for the Democratic nomination for president in the year 2004. . . ." Asked of REGISTERED VOTERS who are Democrats or lean Democratic
    7/02 3/02 1/02 8/01  
    % % % %  
  Al Gore 30 26 30 32  
  Hillary Rodham Clinton 20 18 14 19  
  Bill Bradley 10 5 9 13  
  Dick Gephardt 8 6 7 10  
  Tom Daschle 6 9 7 2  
  Joe Lieberman 5 8 9 10  
  John Kerry 5 6 5 7  
  Al Sharpton 2 2 1 n/a  
  John Edwards 2 3 4 1  
  Howard Dean 1 2 n/a n/a  
  Joe Biden - 2 3 1  
  Other 1 2 1 -  
  No one 4 5 3 2  
  Undecided 7 6 7 3  
         

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"Do you want Al Gore to run for president in 2004, or not?" N=435 ADULTS who are Democrats or lean Democratic

  Yes No No
Opinion

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  % % %

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  7/5-8/02 53 43 4

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  4/29 - 5/1/02 46 49 5

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  4/5-7/02 43 48 9

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  8/01 65 31 4

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Zogby America Poll. Latest: April 19-22, 2002. N=391 Democratic voters nationwide:

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"If the Democratic primary for president were held today and the candidates were [see below] for whom would you vote?"
%        
Al Gore 46        
Tom Daschle 7        
Joseph Lieberman 6        
Bill Bradley 5        
Richard Gephardt 4        
John Kerry 4        
Al Sharpton 2        
Gray Davis 1        
John Edwards 1        
Joseph Biden 1        
Howard Dean -        
Christopher Dodd -        
Other 2        
Undecided 22        

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"If the Democratic primary for president were held today and the candidates were [see below] for whom would you vote?"
  4/19-22/02 3/25-27/02 3/8-10/02 8/01* 5/01*
With Hillary Clinton: % % % % %
Al Gore 36 33 27 40 45
Hillary Clinton 18 20 22 24 19
Tom Daschle 6 6 8 n/a n/a
Bill Bradley 5 6 7 4 7
Joseph Lieberman 4 5 n/a n/a n/a
Richard Gephardt 3 3 7 5 3
John Kerry 3 2 3 2 3
Gray Davis 2 1 - 1 1
Al Sharpton 2 - n/a 2 1
Joseph Biden 1 1 2 1 2
John Edwards 1 1 1 - -
Howard Dean - n/a n/a n/a n/a
Christopher Dodd - - n/a n/a n/a
Other/Undecided 20 17 20 20 16
Evan Bayh n/a 3 2 - 1
Bob Kerrey n/a 2 2 1 2
Jesse Jackson n/a n/a n/a n/a n/a

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* Among likely Democratic voters

 

Time/CNN Poll conducted by Harris Interactive. April 10-11, 2002. N=425 Democrats and leaners nationwide.

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"If you were asked to vote for a Democratic nominee for president today, which of the following would you vote for? . . . "
  w/o
Gore
w/o
Clinton
w/o
Gore &
Clinton
% % % %
Former Vice President Al Gore 32 - 39 -
New York Senator Hillary Clinton 16 27 - -
Senate Democratic Leader Tom Daschle 8 11 10 14
Connecticut Senator Joe Lieberman 8 15 10 19
House Democratic Leader Dick Gephardt 6 8 6 10
Massachusetts Senator John Kerry 4 6 4 7
The Reverend Al Sharpton 3 4 4 8
North Carolina Senator John Edwards 2 2 2 4
Delaware Senator Joe Biden 1 2 2 4
None (vol.) 5 6 7 9
Other (vol.) - - 1 1
Undecided 15 19 15 24

 

Zogby America Poll. March 8-10, 2002. N=414 registered Democrats nationwide. MoE 5.

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"In the 2000 presidential election, Al Gore won the popular vote. Do you feel that Al Gore deserves the Democratic nomination for president in 2004, or is it time for someone new?"
%      
Deserves nomination 38      
Time for someone new 42      
Not sure 20      

 

NBC News/Wall Street Journal Poll conducted by the polling organizations of Peter Hart (D) and Robert Teeter (R). Jan. 18-21, 2002. N=1,011 adults nationwide.

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"Let me read you a list of people who might seek the Democratic nomination for president in 2004. If the next Democratic primary for president were being held today, which one of the following candidates would you vote for?" If "Not sure," ask: "Well, which way do you lean?" Asked of Democrats
%
Al Gore 35
Bill Bradley 9
Joe Lieberman 9
Tom Daschle 9
Richard Gephardt 8
John Kerry 6
John Edwards 3
Joe Biden 3
None/Other (vol.) 4
Not sure 14

 

CNN/USA Today/Gallup Poll. Dec. 14-16, 2001. N=436 Democrats/Democratic leaners nationwide. MoE 5.

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"Who would you like to see the Democrats nominate for president in 2004: Al Gore or someone else?"
Al
Gore
Someone
Else
No
Opinion
% % %
12/01 26 66 8

 

CNN/USA Today/Gallup Poll. Aug. 3-5, 2001. Nationwide.

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"Do you want Al Gore to run for president in 2004, or not?"
    Yes No Unsure  
    % % %  
  Registered voters
(N=874; MoE 4)
42 51 7  
  Democrats/Democratic leaners
(N=490; MoE 5)
65 31 4  

 

Zogby America Poll. Latest: May 28-30, 2001. N=393 likely Democratic voters nationwide.

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Preference for Democratic Presidential Nominee:
2/01
5/01 With
Clinton
Without
Clinton
% % %
Al Gore 45 44 53
Hillary Clinton 19 20 n/a
Bill Bradley 7 n/a n/a
Richard Gephardt 3 7 12
John Kerry 3 3 2
Joseph Biden 2 3 5
Bob Kerrey 2 2 2
Evan Bayh 1 2 2
Gray Davis 1 2 2
Al Sharpton 1 n/a n/a
John Edwards - 1 1
Undecided 16 11 17
Jesse Jackson n/a 5 4

 

Time/CNN Poll conducted by Yankelovich Partners. May 23-24, 2001. N=1,031 adults nationwide. MoE 3.1 (total sample).

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Preference for Democratic Presidential Nominee:
ALL Demo-
crats
% %
Former Vice President Al Gore 28 44
New York Senator Hillary Rodham Clinton 14 21
Connecticut Senator Joseph Lieberman 9 6
Massachusetts Senator John Kerry 7 5
North Carolina Senator John Edwards 5 4
Delaware Senator Joe Biden 3 3
Indiana Senator Evan Bayh 3 2
Reverend Al Sharpton 2 3
None (vol.) 18 4
Undecided 11 8

 

Louis Rukeyser's 2001 Money Guide poll conducted by ORC. Dec. 27-29, 2000. N=1,016 adults nationwide. MoE 3 (total sample).

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Preference for Democratic Presidential Nominee:
ALL Demo-
crats
% %
Al Gore 25 48
Hillary Clinton 17 27
Bill Bradley 11 5
Dick Gephardt 4 2
Someone else (vol.)

8

1

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Undecided 35 17

 

Zogby International American Values Poll. Dec. 15-17, 2000. N=392 likely Democratic voters nationwide. MoE 3.2.

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Preference for Democratic Presidential Nominee:
%
Al Gore 36
Hillary Clinton 18
Bill Bradley 7
Richard Gephardt 5
Jesse Jackson 5
Bob Kerrey 3
Joseph Lieberman 3
John Kerry 1
Gray Davis 1
Other 9
Undecided 13

 

CNN/USA Today/Gallup Poll. Dec. 15-17, 2000. N=487 Democrats and leaners nationwide. MoE 4.

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"Which comes closest to your view? [Rotate] I definitely plan to support Al Gore for the Democratic Party presidential nomination in 2004. I definitely do not plan to support Al Gore for the Democratic Party presidential nomination in 2004. OR, I would consider voting for him, but it is too soon to tell."
Democrats/
Leaners
%
Definitely plan to support 30
Definitely do not plan to support 5
Too soon to tell 64
No opinion 1

 

Newsweek Poll conducted by Princeton Survey Research Associates. Dec. 14-15, 2000. N=1,001 adults nationwide. MoE 4 (total sample).

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"Do you think Al Gore should run again for president in 2004, or not?"
ALL Repub-
licans
Demo-
crats
Indepen-
dents
% % % %
Yes, should run 59 37 79 58
No, should not 32 53 13 32
Don't know 9 10 8 10

 

Reuters/NBC News/Zogby survey. Dec. 13, 2000. N=521 likely voters nationwide who voted Nov. 7, 2000. MoE 4.5.

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"Do you think that Al Gore could be a presidential candidate again in 2004, or do you think the Democratic Party should find a new nominee?"
%
Run again 54
New nominee 33
Not sure 13

 

FOX News/Opinion Dynamics Poll. Nov. 29-30, 2000. N=900 registered voters nationwide. MoE 3 (total sample).

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"If George W. Bush becomes the next president, which of the following Democratic candidates would you like to see run against him in 2004: Vice President Al Gore, former New Jersey Senator Bill Bradley, New York Senator-elect Hillary Clinton, or House Democratic Leader Dick Gephardt?"
ALL Demo-
crats
% %
Bill Bradley 20 11
Hillary Clinton 19 30
Al Gore 18 31
Dick Gephardt 14 10
Someone else (vol.) 2 1
None of the above (vol.) 12 6
Undecided/Refused 15 11

 


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