How America Decides: The Poll Results

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Knowledge of a candidate, and the emotions inspired by that candidate, work together in a voter's mind to form an opinion. Select candidates below to see what voters of the same party in Iowa, New Hampshire and the nation them.

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TIME graphic by Feilding Cage
This TIME poll was conducted by SRBI Public Affairs Nov. 12-19 among a national random sample of 1,863 adults, resulting in 1,503 self-reported registered voters. Additional telephone polling in Iowa and New Hampshire was conducted on the same dates, resulting in a random sample of 1,000 self-reported registered voters in each state who said they are likely to vote in the 2008 presidential election. The margin of error for each of the three samples is ± 3 percentage points. The margin of error is higher for subgroups. For complete results and methodology, go to