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North Carolina: Hagan Has Big Primary Lead in Her Own Poll

A recent survey conducted for state Sen. Kay Hagan suggests a vast divide between her and her leading Democratic primary opponent, investment adviser Jim Neal, two weeks before the primary.

In an April 19-20 ballot test of 962 likely Democratic primary voters, 35 percent picked Hagan and 8 percent chose Neal.

The survey, taken by Public Policy Polling, had a 3.2-point margin of error. The primary winner will face Sen. Elizabeth Dole (R) this fall.

— Matthew Murray

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