Friday, February 15, 2008

Obama ahead nationally by 12 points...

Robert Schroeder writes for Market Watch:

In the race for the Democratic presidential nomination, Barack Obama is now leading rival Hillary Clinton by double digits, a new poll found.
Obama leads Clinton 49% to 37% in the daily presidential tracking poll by Rasmussen Reports. The poll of likely Democratic primary voters was published Thursday.
Moreover, the poll found, Obama is now leading Clinton among women voters by five percentage points. Clinton retains her lead among white women but her advantage is down to three percentage points in that demographic, the poll found.

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1 comment:

David Drissel said...

It's great news that Obama is taking the national lead in the polls. Apparently, people are realizing that not only is Obama an effective agent for change, but he also has the right kind of experience to become an great President. With his countless years of experience as a community organizer, civil rights attorney, and state and federal legislator, Obama is uniquely qualified to be President. He represents a clear break from Washington DC politics as usual. It's time for a change from the status quo and Obama is leading a progressive inclusive movement for that purpose.