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Clinton Has Big Lead In West Virginia Primary Race

Hillary Clinton has a big lead over Barack Obama in West. Virginia which holds its primary May 13, according to a Rasmussen Reports poll conducted March 13. She’s ahead 55 percent to 27 percent. West Virginia Democrats believe by a 48 percent to 31 percent margin that Clinton would be the stronger general election candidate. The top issue here, like everywhere else, is the economy, cited as number one by 51 percent of likely primary voters.

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