Clinton, above, and Giuliani lead their field in a new national poll.
WASHINGTON (CNN) - Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-New York, continues to maintain her lead among Democratic presidential candidates, according to a new national poll released Wednesday.
The poll from American Research Group shows Sen. Clinton with a 25 point lead over Democratic rival Sen. Barack Obama, D-Illinois. Clinton is the first choice of 46 percent of the likely Democratic voters polled, while Obama is backed by 21 percent. Former Sen. John Edwards, D-North Carolina, comes in third at 11 percent.
Among the Republican presidential candidates, Rudy Giuliani, R-New York, maintains his lead with 25 percent and Mitt Romney, R-Massachusetts, follows at 21 percent. Former Tennessee Sen. Fred Thompson and Arizona Sen. John McCain round out the top four candidates in the Republican field.
The poll was conducted from November 9-12, 2007 and has a margin of error of plus-or-minus 4 percent.
- CNN Political Producer Xuan Thai