Against Sen. McCain Compared to Sen. Clinton
Clinton ‘Ringing Phone’ Ad Similar to Mondale's in 1984 —
Reflects, Doesn't Invent, Democratic Voter Concerns Already Seen in Data
Several days ago I posted a blog citing Gallup and USA Today data showing that Sen. Barack Obama (D-Ill.) and Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton (D-N.Y.) are virtually tied in a race against Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) — despite huge misimpressions, held by most primary-voting Democrats and the media covering the campaign, that Sen. Obama is far stronger in the general election. Now comes the most recent national all-voters poll (Feb. 20-24) from the highly regarded, nonpartisan Pew Research Center confirming that the two lead with about the same narrow margin over Sen. McCain.