The 2008 Elections, The Economy And MorePoll 548. November 30-December 3, 2007. Interviewed 1467 adults, including 1245 registered voters, 529 Democratic likely primary voters and 428 Republican likely primary voters. Margin of error +/- 3 for all adults and registered voters, +/-4 for Dem, +/-5 for Rep primary voter subgroups.
Quick Links to Data Tables, Poll Analysis and Methodology:
Release 1 Elections and The Economy by Selected Demographics - Press Release
Release 1 Elections and The Economy by Selected Demographics - Tables Only
Release 2 Immigration by Selected Demographics - Press Release
Release 3 Military Families - Press Release
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A majority disapprove of the president's handling of the war in Iraq and are more in line with the views of the general public.
But many voters favor a route to let non-criminals become citizens. The situation is a tricky one for candidates.
Among GOP-leaning voters, the former Arkansas governor's campaign for president is catching fire beyond Iowa.