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We try to provide quality information, but we make no claims, promises or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness, or adequacy of the information contained in or linked to this web site. The figures (polls) on this site feature an average of national polls.
The delegate column shows the most recent estimated number of delegates from each state.

Most visited pages : States polls & results, Super Tuesday, nominations

> States polls & results : Delegates to national party conventions are selected through primary elections, state caucuses, and state conventions. Here are results state by state.

> Super Tuesday : One of the most important & decisive dates in the 2008 US Election process is the February 5, 2008, when half of the United States' population is moving to hold primaries. 50% of the total delegates will be elected - With 441 and 280 delegates, California and New York States will be the main fields of battle eiiher on Democratic or Republican side.

Who for president in 2008 ? Hillary Clinton, Obama Barrack, John Edwards, Rudy Giuliani, John McCain, Mike Huckabee, ...

> Democratic nomination : Here is a table & a chart featuring average polling datas on a monthly basis (Summary of polls produced by Rasmussen Reports Poll, Time Poll, American Research Group, Newsweek Poll, Zogby America Poll, Quinnipiac University Poll, FOX News/Opinion Dynamics Poll, WNBC/Marist Poll, USA Today/Gallup Poll, Harris ...)

> Republican nomination : Giuliani is the frontrunner for months now but after the impact of the late announcement of Fred Thompson candidacy, he must face the rush on Mike Huckabee's. Huckabee won in Iowa, Mc Cain won New Hamphire and Romney won Michigan...  It seems that no presidential election primary has ever been so tight on the Republican side.

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Please refer to > Democratic delegates count > Republican delegates count

On November 4, 2008, the United States of America will hold its election for President and Vice President. Find on this website independent information about Democrats, Republicans, Libertarians candidates - Official campaign sites - direct links to election polls websites to get the latest opinion polling for the United States 2008 presidential election - videos of debates and news or selection of articles about Hillary Clinton, Obama Barrack, John Edwards, Rudy Giuliani, John McCain, Fred Thompson, Al Gore ... The present website is edited by Guillaume Duchene.