Former mayor of New York and Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani meets with a veteran at the Maple Tree restaurant in Oak Park, Illinois November 20, 2007.
- Giuliani: 29 percent (18, 38) (August, March 2007)
- Romney: 22 percent (28, 4)
- Thompson: 15 percent (18, -)
- McCain: 8 percent (8, 18)
- Paul: 7 percent (1, -)
- Huckabee: 6 percent (2, 1)
- Tancredo: 1 percent (1, 1)
- Hunter: 1 percent (1, 1)
- Undecided: 11 percent (18, 20)
Rudy is up from August as are Mike Huckabee and Ron Paul. Mitt Romney and Fred Thompson are both down but Romney more than Thompson.
This is the second Nevada poll this week showing Rudy with a firm lead. Nevada’s GOP caucus will be January 19th the same day as the South Carolina primary election.
A Western state that caucuses 14 days after Iowa, Rudy is showing strength in a state with a large Mormon population that is contiguous to Utah. This is a state thought to be â€œOWNEDâ€ by Mitt Romney.
It is looking like Nevada might be the first â€œEARLYâ€ state that delivers a win for Giuliani before the Florida and Super Duper Tuesday Primary elections.
Republican presidential hopeful, former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, accompanied by Illinois House Republican Leader Tom Cross, left, and former Illinois Gov. Jim Edgar calls on a reporter at a press conference Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2007 in Chicago. Edgar endorsed Giuliani Tuesday.
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