From NBC's Mark Murray and Chuck Todd
A new Gallup survey shows how Americans view the top Democratic and Republican presidential candidates on some key issues (the economy, Iraq, terrorism, and health care). Interestingly, McCain and Giuliani tie for the top score on Iraq, while Obama leads on the economy and Clinton leads on health care.
Maybe Clinton doesn't have to release a comprehensive health-care plan after all... Of course, these scores are somewhat impacted by name identification (a sizable number responded with "no opinion" for Romney and Fred Thompson).
Below are the results:
A great deal/fair amount of confidence to do the right thing when it comes to the economy:
The war in Iraq: