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New Campaign Polls Show Big Changes

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New Campaign Polls Show Big Changes

New Campaign Polls Show Big Changes

New Campaign Polls Show Big Changes

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Two new national polls show the Democratic and Republican presidential nominations are still in flux. GOP candidate John McCain pulls ahead, while on the Democratic side Hillary Clinton is well ahead of Barack Obama. Michigan's primary is Jan. 15, and Nevada's and South Carolina's are soon after. The polls tell of more than the race, though. They show which issues are on voters' minds, as well as how certain groups are likely to vote.

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