WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Former New York GOP Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Sen. John McCain, R-Arizona, remain the two frontrunners for the Republican Party's presidential nomination in 2008, a new CNN poll shows.
Giuliani garnered 33% support from registered Republicans, while McCain registered at 30%. The remaining candidates all polled in single digits. The poll has a sampling error of +/- 5% points.
Both Giuliani and McCain have filed papers to form presidential exploratory committees -- the only two GOP presidential contenders yet to do so. Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-California, and formers Health Secretary Tommy Thompson have said they plan to file papers in the coming weeks.
Registered Republicans' choice for nominee in 2008:
November 17-19 Sampling error: +/-5% ptsFull poll results