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Who will be the next President of the United States?
The presidential elections of 2000 and 2004 taught us:
For the past 70 years, public opinion researchers in America, trying to figure out who will be the next president, have conducted polls of "Americans," and asked them if they would vote for Candidate A or Candidate B. The pollsters then report the results of these nationwide polls and tell America what America thinks.
But ... there's a problem with this.
America does not have national elections. Presidential elections are won state-by-state. And the only votes that matter, in a presidential election, are Electoral Votes.
Until today, no pollster has had the reach and wherewithal to conduct separate, simultaneous polling in all 50 states plus the District of Columbia. SurveyUSA does.
SurveyUSA has interviewed 200,000 voters. We asked these voters about a number of prominent Americans who are either already actively running for President of the United States, or who are about to announce their intention to do so.
What we have compiled are the results of 60 Head-to-Head presidential pairings. For each of the 60 Head-to-Head pairings, we have 51 separate sets of results - one of each of the 50 states, and one for the District of Columbia.
That's more than 3,000 separate, copyrighted, statewide data sets that handicap the 2008 field with breathtaking, and sometimes unexpected, clarity, to a level of precision never before contemplated.
Some head-to-head pairings produce Electoral landslides. Other pairings produce the closest Electoral College results since Reconstruction. But there is learning from every match-up. And this learning is indispensable if you have a stake in who will be the 44th President of the United States.
Whether you're a strategist or lobbyist ... fundamentalist, environmentalist, or strict constructionist ... columnist or Communist, populist or pacifist ... whether you head a PAC, trade group or interest group ... whether you're a party chair, poll-cat, fat-cat, underdog, ward boss ... councilman, clergyman, spokesman, statesman, anchorman, alderman or Ehrlichman ... Blue Dog, redneck, rainbow or Greenpeace ... bureaucrat, Democrat, Anglican, Republican ... insider, outsider, supply-sider ... hawk, dove, flack, hack, big wig, little twig ... someone who hopes to ride a coattail or someone who has a coattail others hope to ride ... this is insight you cannot afford to be without.