AP, via Cincy Enquirer, reports that support for the leading GOP presidential would-bees is softer than Dick Cheney's muscle tone:
Giuliani's support is at 21 percent, compared with 27 percent in June and 35 percent in March. The former New York mayor is running virtually even with Thompson, who has become a threat without even officially entering the race. The actor and former Tennessee senator has essentially stayed steady at 19 percent. McCain, the Arizona senator who is revamping his nearly broke campaign, clocked in a bit lower at 15 percent, while Romney, the former Massachusetts governor, remained at 11 percent.
Twenty-three percent "can't or won't" say who they're backing, up from 14 percent in June.