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Clinton Moves Back Into Lead In Gallup Daily Tracking Poll

For the first time in weeks, Hillary Clinton has taken a statistically significant lead in Gallup’s daily tracking poll, besting Barack Obama 48 percent to 44 percent with a 3 point margin of error. The poll was conducted March 2-4 so did not reflect any momentum – or lack of it – from Clinton’s victories Tuesday night. Clinton had been in a tie with Obama once last week, and led him by a point in one survey a week earlier, but for the most part had been ahead, in one case, by as much as 8 points.

We’ll spare you the John McCain-Mike Huckabee figures today.

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