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A Rare Case Of Clinton Out-Doing Obama In a State Match-Up

Here’s another in the series of state match-ups for the general election that we’ve been bringing you — this time New Jersey. Rasmussen Reports says a Feb. 27 survey found that Hillary Clinton would trounce John McCain in her neighbouring state by 50 percent to 39 percent while Barack Obama is behind John McCain 45 percent to 43 percent, with a 4 point margin of error. Rasmussen notes that this is one of the few states (Florida is another) where Clinton outperforms Obama in a general election test against McCain.

Check here for the other states we have wrapped up.

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