Tuesday, March 18, 2008

McCain Favorability Surges

John McCain's 67% favorable rating is the highest of any of the three major candidates running for president.

McCain's favorable rating has surged 26 percent since last summer, and 11percent since he won enough delegates to ensure his nomination.

Hillary's 53% favorable rating, 53%, is significantly lower than those of the other two candidates.

McCain also gets an extraordinary 52% favorable from Democrats and independents who lean Democratic, while Obama gets a 39% favorable rating from Republicans and Republican leaners, and Hillary receives only a 20% favorable rating from Republicans and Republican leaners.

Gallup Poll Editor in Chief, Frank Newport, analyzes the ratings in the following video report:

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