Poll shows Dean continues to lead Democratic contenders in Maryland

October 29, 2003

Former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean continues to garner the most support among likely Maryland Democratic presidential primary voters, according to a Gonzales Research & Marketing Strategies poll being released today.

In a sample of 317 likely Democratic voters, Dean was the choice of 23 percent of respondents who said they would vote in March, followed by Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman with 20 percent and retired Gen. Wesley Clark with 11 percent. Rep. Richard Gephardt got 9 percent; senators John Edwards and John Kerry had 7 percent support; and 6 percent backed the Rev. Al Sharpton. Former Sen. Carol Moseley Braun and Rep. Dennis Kucinich trailed with 2 percent and 1 percent, respectively.

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