Wednesday, January 07, 2004

Clark Comes on Strong in New Poll

A new CNN/ USA Today /Gallup poll finds former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean no longer holding a commanding lead among Democrats nationally in the race for his party's presidential nomination, as Democrats who are registered to vote appear to be taking a second look at retired Gen. Wesley Clark.

After leading Clark by 15 and 21 points in two December polls that asked Democrats whom they supported for their party's nomination, Dean's advantage has shrunk to just 4 points in the Jan. 2-5 national survey (24% vs. 20%) -- within the poll's margin of error.

Wes Clark's Families First Tax Calculator.
They haven't come out with the married with no kids calculator yet.

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