Clinton 46, Obama 43
McCain 50, Obama 41... McCain 48, Clinton 43
Clinton 49, Obama 39
It seems that this Rassmussen Poll when compared to the last suggest, at the very least, that Obama has stanched the impact of the Wright remarks on his PA. support. It could even be construed as suggesting that he's making a rebound. He's now within 10 points and this is not an insurmountable lead - since Clinton needs to have a major win to convince Uncommitted Delegates.
The more interesting poll is the PPP poll from North Carolina, where Obama has made a very major increase in support...up by double digits from the last Survey and clearly increasing his lead.
Posted on March 25, 2008 4:12 PM
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