Not unexpectedly, John Kerry has <$NoAd$>made a big jump in this morning's ARG tracking poll
. The Numbers: Dean 26%, Kerry 24%, Clark 18%.
The poll analysis reads ...
While Howard Dean has a 2 percentage-point lead over John Kerry in the 3-day average, Kerry has a 1 percentage-point lead in the 2-day average (sample size of 508 likely Democratic primary voters) and Kerry has a 5 percentage-point lead in the one-day sample on January 20 (the sample size of 302 likely Democratic voters, theoretical margin of error Â± 6 percentage points). Also, from January 19 to January 20, Wesley Clark is up 1 percentage point and John Edwards is up 3 percentage points. There is no change for Joe Lieberman.
Zogby is also running a tracking NH tracking poll now and his numbers
(Dean 25%, Kerry 23%, Clark 16%) are broadly similar.