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Tuesday, January 8, 2008
By Dr. Steven Taylor

Viua Reuters: Obama widens lead over Clinton in New Hampshire

Democrat Barack Obama expanded his lead over Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire to 13 points as voting began in the state’s critical presidential primary, according to a Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby poll released on Tuesday.

Republican Sen. John McCain of Arizona also widened his advantage over former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, taking a 36 percent to 27 percent edge after months of hard campaigning in the state.

The MOE for the poll is +/-3.4% meaning at the least that those are real leads for Obama and McCain in this poll.

ARG1 has Obama at 40% and Clinton at 31%. On the GOP side it’s McCain at 31% and Romney at 24%. MOE is +/-4% in that poll.

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