Forecasting Difficult for Presidential Nominee With Iowa's caucuses and New Hampshire's primaries less than three weeks away, it is still too tough to call who will emerge as nominee for each party. John McCain could benefit from the Mike Huckabee-Mitt Romney fight. John Edwards may benefit from Hillary Clinton-Barack Obama fight.
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Forecasting Difficult for Presidential Nominee

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Forecasting Difficult for Presidential Nominee

Forecasting Difficult for Presidential Nominee

Forecasting Difficult for Presidential Nominee

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The Iowa caucuses and New Hampshire primaries are less than three weeks away, and the race for presidential nomination is dominating the air ways. It's difficult to project who could be elected. The GOP field lacks a clear frontrunner. The Democrats remain a close three-way race. Sen. John McCain may be a beneficiary of the fight between Mike Huckabee and Mitt Romney. Likewise, John Edwards may benefit from the bout between Sen. Hillary Clinton and Sen. Barack Obama.