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Iowa Poll: Tight
Democratic Race, Huckabee Gains Among GOP

Iowa Poll: Tight
Democratic Race, Huckabee Gains Among GOP

The latest Iowa poll for Democrats shows a continued three-way race for the state's January 3 precinct caucuses. Clinton, Obama, and Edwards have been bunched together at the top of most Iowa polls for the past six months. Richardson was the only other Democratic candidate to receive more than 5% support. The Republican race indicates Romney remains in the lead, ahead of Huckabee and Giuliani. Huckabee's standing is far stronger than in polls from the summer, which showed him with about 2% support.

The latest Iowa poll for Democrats shows a continued three-way race for the state's January 3 precinct caucuses. Clinton, Obama, and Edwards have been bunched together at the top of most Iowa polls for the past six months. Richardson was the only other Democratic candidate to receive more than 5% support.

The Republican race indicates Romney remains in the lead, ahead of Huckabee and Giuliani. Huckabee's standing is far stronger than in polls from the summer, which showed him with about 2% support.

DEMOCRATS

Hillary Rodham Clinton, 27%

Barack Obama, 25%

John Edwards, 21%

Bill Richardson, 10%

REPUBLICANS

Mitt Romney, 27%

Mike Huckabee, 18%

Rudy Giuliani, 16%

Fred Thompson, 10%

John McCain, 6%

Ron Paul, 5%

The Research 2000 Iowa Poll was conducted for KCCI-TV in Des Moines November 12-14. The telephone poll of 400 Democrats and 400 Republicans who will likely participate in the caucuses has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus five percentage points. (AP)

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