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Two Days To Go: Texas And Ohio Still Up In The Air

Ohio and Texas start voting in just two days and the races in both places are still too close to predict. But there’s also a lot of interesting results on issues and demographics, which we’ll get to.

A McClatchy/MSNBC poll conducted by Mason-Dixon shows Barack Obama ahead of Hillary Clinton in Texas by a statistically insignificant 46 percent to 45 percent given the 4 point margin of error. Eight percent were undecided. The poll was conducted Feb. 27-29.
– Zogby has Obama up 47 percent to 43 percent in Texas, a slightly wider lead the previous day’s 45 percent to 43 percent lead, but this is just a whisker beyond the 3.7 percent margin of error. The poll was taken Feb. 28- Mar. 1.
– In Ohio, Zogby has Clinton ahead 47 percent to 46 percent, with the same margin of error. They were tied at 45 percent each the day before.
A Mason-Dixon poll for the Cleveland Plain Dealer released yesterday had Clinton ahead of Obama 47 percent to 43 percent with a 4 point margin of error. Nine percent were undecided. The poll was conducted Feb. 27-29

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