Another thing worth noting about the Democrats’ problems in 2008 is that while they have double-digit leads in every generic White House poll I’ve seen asking voters whether they want a Deomcrat or Republican to be the next president, when you start matching up specific candidates, Giuliani usually leads or is close to Clinton, Obama and Edwards, and McCain is typically at least close. Romney still gets trounced by Democrats, though his supporters say that will change with name recognition. Another factor is that the top of the Democratic field does not have one candidate with any executive experience, which could be a problem considering that’s what Americans usually look for in a president.
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