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Many May Change Minds by Election Day

In its first survey since Barack Obama clinched the Democratic nomination, Rasmussen Reports found that 30 percent of voters said they could change their minds on who to support by Election Day. Of those, 12 percent currently support or lean to Obama and 11 percent to McCain. Thirty-six percent say they are certain to vote for Obama and 34 percent say they will stick to McCain. Both candidates have favorability ratings above 50 percent.

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