Results of SurveyUSA Election Poll #13248
Clinton Still In Command in Oklahoma Democratic Primary: In a Democratic Primary in Oklahoma today, 01/28/08, 8 days to the vote, Hillary Clinton holds a 17-point lead over John Edwards, according to this latest SurveyUSA tracking poll conducted exclusively for KFOR-TV in Oklahoma City. Today, it's Clinton 44%, Edwards 27%, and Barack Obama 19%. Results are virtually unchanged from those of an identical SurveyUSA poll conducted two weeks ago. Clinton leads by 39 points among women; Edwards leads by 7 points among men -- a 46 point gender gap. By more than 2:1, Oklahoma likely Democratic primary voters say the economy is the issue the the next president should focus on ahead of all overs; among the voters choosing the economy as the most important issue, Clinton leads Edwards by 22. Among those who say Iraq is the most important issue, Clinton leads by 15.
Filtering: 2,000 state of Oklahoma adults were interviewed by SurveyUSA 01/27/08, after results of the South Carolina Democratic Primary were known. Of them, 1,752 were registered to vote. Of them, 714 were determined by SurveyUSA to be likely to vote in the Republican Primary on 02/05/08. Results from Florida on 01/29/08 can and will color what happens in Oklahoma and the other states voting on February 5. Expect further buffeting in future SurveyUSA tracking polls.
If the Democratic Primary for President of the United States were today, would you vote for...(names rotated) Hillary Clinton? John Edwards? Barack Obama? Or some other Democrat?
714 Likely VotersAllGenderAge<50 / 50+RaceIdeologyAttend Religious ServiceAbortionChange Your MindTop Issue For Next PresidentRegion
Credibility Interval: ± 3.7 pct pointsMaleFemale18-3435-4950-6465+18-4950+WhiteBlackHispanicOtherConservaModerateLiberalRegularlOccasionAlmost NPro-lifePro-choiCould ChMind MadEconomyEnvironmHealth CIraqTerrorisSocial SEducatioImmigratWestern Eastern
Composition of Likely Voters100%47%53%16%24%33%28%39%61%77%9%2%13%25%41%16%54%27%19%42%56%31%68%38%3%17%17%4%6%6%7%43%57%
** Too few respondents of this type were interviewed for this data to be meaningful.