It shows Allen and Guiliani in a virtual dead heat (37% to 35% respectively at 7:15 PDT), and everyone else below seven percent. That's quite an even split, given Guiliani's stand on abortion and gay marriage. It's either (1) statistically meaningless (the most likely answer) (2) a sign that the blogosphere GOP is not as conservative as the voting GOP, or (3) evidence that the Kosniks are stuffing the ballot box.
I'm on a wireless internet link that is just too slow to check the leftyblogs out, but I wouldn't put it past them. They're nothing if not Sophomoric.
Hugh mentioned that his listeners were strong for Allen, while Instapundit's were strong for Guiliani. With the Instapundit's out-polling the Hughbies by three-to-one (agian, per Hugh), that may mean Allen has a more diversified base.
Or it could mean the whole thing is statistically meaningless.