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Rasmussen Reports say both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama have gained on John McCain in Minnesota, a state the Democrats have won in every presidential election since 1976. Obama leads McCain by 52 percent to 38 percent while Clinton is ahead 47 percent to 42 percent. Last month, Obama had only a 4 point lead and Clinton and McCain were running even. Obama has a favorability rating of 60 percent, McCain is at 56 percent and Clinton at 51 percent.

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