Utah Democrats are more sure. Thirty-six percent said Obama will take the oath of office, 24 percent didn't know, and 22 percent said it will be Clinton.
In short, Clinton and McCain don't do very well in the survey, which has a margin of error of plus or minus 6.5 percent in both the Republican and Democratic columns.
McCain likely suffers only because Romney is so popular in this Republican-, LDS-dominated state.The displeasure with Clinton may go deeper. Former President Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton's husband, never did very well here, actually finishing third in 1992 behind independent Ross Perot and then-GOP President George H.W. Bush. In 1996, Utahns overwhelmingly objected when Bill Clinton designated a big chunk of south-central Utah as a new national monument without a vote of Congress.
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