That’s the finding of the latest Rasmussen daily tracking poll, which has both candidates at 18 percent, but I’m skeptical. The RCP average (which even includes Rasmssen) still has Giuliani with a double digit lead, with 26 percent of the vote. His poll numbers have remained remarkably steady in the mid to upper 20s/lower 30s range since May. Rasmussen, which relies on robo-calls, had Thompson ahead of Giuliani just a few months ago. So I suspect that either Rasmussen is over-sampling socially conservative voters, or the other polling companies are under-sampling them.
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