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« on: May 15, 2013, 06:04:21 pm »

PPP national poll:

http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/main/2013/05/4-way-tie-for-republicans-clinton-leads-dems.html#more

Clinton 47%
Christie 44%

Clinton 51%
Paul 41%

Clinton 51%
Rubio 41%

Christie 49%
Biden 40%

Biden 46%
Paul 44%

Biden 46%
Rubio 45%
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« Reply #1 on: May 15, 2013, 09:01:38 pm »

fav/unfav. #s among all voters (everyone's underwater except Christie, Clinton and--barely--Warren):

Christie 42/28% for +14%
Clinton 51/43% for +8%
Warren 24/24% for +/-0
Rubio 32/33% for -1%
Ryan 35/40% for -5%
Martinez 14/19% for -5%
Paul 33/39% for -6%
Biden 41/48% for -7%
Jindal 23/30% for -7%
Gillibrand 12/19% for -7%
Patrick 12/19% for -7%
Bush 33/41% for -8%
Cuomo 24/32% for -8%
O'Malley 7/16% for -9%
Warner 9/19% for -10%
Cruz 15/27% for -12%
Schweitzer 3/16% for -13%
Santorum 25/42% for -17%

Christie still has strong crossover appeal, but is no longer more popular with Dems than his own party:

Christie fav/unfav:
Dems: 40/32% for +8%
Reps: 41/27% for +14%
Indies: 45/25% for +20%

Clinton's popularity still comes largely from Dems:

Clinton fav/unfav:
Dems: 83/14% for +69%
Reps: 14/79% for -65%
Indies: 49/42% for +7%

How do Cruz, Martinez, and Rubio do with Hispanics, as compared to whites?

Hispanics:
Cruz 25/36% for -11%
Martinez 21/23% for -2%
Rubio 34/41% for -7%

Whites:
Cruz 15/23% for -8%
Martinez 13/16% for -3%
Rubio 34/30% for +4%

Christie does better among both Hispanics and whites than any of them.  He's 48/31% among Hispanics and 43/27% among whites.

What about the age gap?  Christie still does best among the 30-45 age group against Clinton:

Christie vs. Clinton:
18-29: Clinton +21%
30-45: Christie +4%
46-65: Clinton +1%
>65: Clinton +1%

Rubio doesn't do as well among the youth, when matched against Clinton:

Rubio vs. Clinton:
18-29: Clinton +27%
30-45: Clinton +10%
46-65: Clinton +5%
>65: Clinton +5%
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