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Obama Set To Sweep Potomac Primary

Read Constituent Dynamics/RT Strategies poll

This poll, conducted Feb. 8-9, attempts to give both popular vote percentages and likely delegate outcomes by district for the Potomac Primary elections. Barack Obama is on his way to a clear and decisive sweep of Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., according to this poll. Here are its results:

– **Maryland:** Obama leads Clinton 53 percent to 36 percent when you combine strongly decided and leaning voters. It projects Obama winning 38 delegates, Clinton 26 and 6 being too close to call. Margin of error is 1.75 percent.
– **Virginia:** Obama leads 51 percent to 34 percent among strong and leaning voters. Margin of error is 1.48 percent. The poll projects Obama winning 45 delegates to Clinton’s 32 with 6 too close to call.
– **District of Columbia:** Obama leads 63 percent to 27 percent, with the margin of error 2.82 percent. Obama wins 10 delegates to Clinton’s 4, with 1 too close to call.

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