Washington D.C. (PRWEB) January 29, 2008
USAElectionPolls.com has been tracking the Democratic and Republican primaries for the 2008 election and the web site intends to keep track of the polls in each of the states intending to vote on Super Tuesday.
As of today, the website lists polls for the following Super Tuesday states: New Jersey, New York, Georgia, California, Arizona, Alabama, Connecticut, Oklahoma, Colorado, Illinois, Utah, Missouri, New Mexico, Arkansas, Delaware, Idaho, Minnesota, and Tennessee. Alongside the poll results is the day the poll was taken so that the reader of the web site can readily know how recent the poll is.
In the Democratic race, Hillary Clinton leads all the states except for the following three states that she loses to Barack Obama: Georgia, Illinois, and Idaho. John Edwards does not lead any state and only manages to get second place in a couple of states, namely Oklahoma and Colorado.
In the Republican race, Giuliani still does well in most state polls but only because they are not recent. McCain is the candidate of choice in most of these states when only considering the most recent of polls. Huckabee does well in Georgia, Alabama, Oklahoma, Missouri, and Arkansas though and could manage to make this race split between himself and the other top candidates Romney and McCain.
There are many features of this website that set it apart from any of its competitors. Visitors can keep track on any of the state polls by going to their state polls page. Visitors can also track how candidates have fared over time by state as well as nationally by taking a look at the candidate profile pages.
Since 22 states will be voting on Super Tuesday, national polls will gain more significance and USAElectionPolls.com has been archiving the national poll results for over 20 pollsters since polling began back in late 2004.
USAElectionPolls.com has quickly grown to become the Internet's most visited polling archive with over 600,000 unique visitors per month according to Quantcast Internet Ratings.