Edwards Most Electable – Hillary Most Objectionable

The analysts at PresidentElectionPolls.com went through the general election matchup polls and found that the most competitive Democratic candidate against the Republicans was John Edwards.

Washington D.C. (PRWEB) November 15, 2007 — PresidentElectionPolls.com recently published article entitled ‘John Edwards is the Most Electable Democrat’ finds that John Edwards is the most electable Democrat in a general election.

David Terr, PhD number theorist and graduate from UC Berkeley, says that the conclusions are based primarily on the numbers, “we have almost 250 polls involving a hypothetical election between Rudy Giuliani and Hillary Clinton and she is consistently performing worse than Edwards is in those same polls.”

They argue that Hillary Clinton performs worse because of polls of Independents and Moderates that find her objectionable and have vowed to never support her — regardless of circumstance. “John Edwards does not suffer from such objection which is critical in a close election” says David Terr.

The data PresidentElectionPolls.com has used to come to their conclusions can be found at


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