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Obama Has Big Lead In Tuesday’s Mississippi Primary

A Rasmussen Reports poll in Mississipi, which holds its primary Tuesday, has Barack Obama leading Hillary Clinton 53 percent to 39 percent, with a 4 point margin of error. The poll was conducted March 5 and generally squares with an American Research Group poll conducted Mar. 6-7 that we reported the other day. Obama has a 68 point edge among black voters while Clinton leads him 47 points among white voters.

If you’re following this primary, read stories on Obama’s interview with the Biloxi Sun Herald. and “Hillary Hits Hattiesburg” in the Jackson Clarion Ledger.

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