Obama's Deficit Now Down to Only 3%

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  1. KenH

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    Hey KenH, do you know of sight that shows polls from the individual states that will be voting on Feb 5? I'd love to know how the candidates are doing in individual states. I've heard some figures on the radio and it certainly seems possible that no candidate on either side will wrap up their party's nomination on Tuesday.
     
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    The NY Times ran one on Thursday. It should double digit leads for Clinton in many states, with Obama having some good leads in a couple. McCain had good leads with Huckabee easily winning ARK, TN, and maybe one more. I would scan it and send it to you but it got recycled yesterday. Sorry.
     
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    Thanks Tom! I'll check on-line at the NYTimes and see if I can find that article.
     
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    www.realclearpolitics.com

    There's a box on the right side called "REAL CLEAR POLITICS AVERAGES". I like to dig into them and see the latest polls instead of just averages that may be out of date.
     

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