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Saturday, March 22, 2024
By Dr. Steven Taylor

Earlier in the week, Dave Schuler noted that Obama had taken a dip below Clinton in national polling numbers, mostly owing, it would seem, to the Jeremiah Wright situation. It would now seem that the he has recovered, and is back ahead of Clinton 48%-45% (of course, the MOE is +/- 2%, meaning it could be Clinton 47%, Obama 46%).

They have been close during the entire period, so slight fluctuations in the numbers may not really mean that much. Still, this could signal that the Wright situation is starting to die down and that his speech had some impact.


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    1. I read that Obama’s lead is much greater. The figure you refer to only reflects registered democrats. When independents and republicans are included, Obama is unquestionably ahead. And that is good news.

      Comment by Gina — Sunday, March 23, 2024 @ 8:10 pm

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