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Gallup Daily Tracking: Dems A Statistical Tie, McCain’s Lead Grows

The latest Gallup daily tracking poll, which has been fluctuating between statistically even results for Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama or statistically modest leads for Obama today shows them again in a virtual tie. The survey, based on interviewing conducted Feb.19-20 and Feb.22 has Obama at 47 percent and Clinton at 45 percent with a 3 percent margin of error.

On the Republican side, John McCain’s lead over Mike Huckabee has grown to 63 percent to 20 percent. This period includes interviewing that followed the Feb. 21 New York Times report about his relationship with a lobbyist.

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