Iowa Poll Suggests
No Room for Gore
In most national polls that list Al Gore as a potential presidential candidate, the former vice president registers in the double digits. But is there room for Gore in crucial early states where the campaign among already-declared candidates is fully underway?
The Washington Post-ABC News Iowa poll released today suggests that few likely Democratic caucus-goers are clamoring for more choices. Nearly nine in 10 likely voters are satisfied with the Gore-free field of candidates; more than half say they are "very satisfied."
Further, just 6 percent have not picked a current favorite from among the declared candidates. And most who express a preference are "strongly" behind their chosen contender. A lot can change over the next five and a half months, but at this stage it's more likely that Iowa voters would shift among the current candidates than seek out a new, albeit familiar choice.
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