Just got off a bloggers’ briefing with Giuliani pollster Ed Goeas (of the Tarrance Group) and stratagist Brent Seaborn. They attempted to fend off the argument that once conservative primary voters learn more about his liberal social views, they’ll abandon him. Goeas and Seaborn said that according to their internal polling, even those social conservatives who identified Giuliani as a social moderate/liberal still supported him in large numbers. I asked whether they could give any more specifics, in light of public polling I’ve seen showing that less than half of conservatives correctly identified Rudy as pro-choice, but they said they wouldn’t disclose internal numbers. Also, when asked whether they thought polls showing Giuliani with big leads were meaningless this far out, Seaborn said because of the accelerated election cycle, people have been paying more attention to the presidential race than they have in the past.