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Obama Ahead in Oregon, Big Kentucky Lead for Clinton

Three polls are out today showing different forecasts for tomorrow’s vote in Oregon – two with Barack Obama leading by a lot, and one by a little. Public Policy Polling has Obama ahead of Hillary Clinton by 58 percent to 39 percent in a survey conducted May 17-18. SurveyUSA, which polled May 16-18, has Obama ahead 55 percent to 42 percent with a 4 point margin of error. Earlier today, a Suffolk University poll also conducted May 17-18 had Obama leading 45 percent to 41 percent with 8 percent undecided and 6 percent not making a choice. The margin of error was 4 percent.

In Kentucky, SurveyUSA has Clinton ahead 62 percent to 31 percent in a survey conducted May 16-18. A Suffolk University poll conducted May 17-18 has Clinton ahead in Oklahoma by 51 percent to 26 percent with John Edwards (still in the sample) at 6 percent, uncommitted at 5 percent and 11 percent undecided.

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