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Poll: Voters Prefer Clinton Over Giuliani

Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton speaks during a forum of the Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute's 2007 Public Policy Conference. Alex Wong, Getty Images hide caption

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News Headlines: Oct. 4, 2007

AFP: Clinton Preferred Over Giuliani: Poll — "Democrat Hillary Clinton would beat Republican Rudolph Giuliani in the race for the US presidency if the election was held now, according to poll data released Thursday. Clinton held a 51-43 percent margin over Giuliani in a Washington Post-ABC News poll."

Analysis: Clinton Passes Major Milestone

If the election were held today, who would you vote for and why?

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