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Edwards' Supporters Lean Toward Rival Democrats

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Edwards' Supporters Lean Toward Rival Democrats

Election 2008

Edwards' Supporters Lean Toward Rival Democrats

Edwards' Supporters Lean Toward Rival Democrats

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With the race for the Democratic presidential nomination tightening, both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama are openly courting supporters of their former competitor, John Edwards, who dropped out of the race last week.

The latest polling from the Pew Research Center provides a glimpse of how those supporters are leaning.

Michele Norris talks with Andy Kohut, president of the Pew Research Center, about those results and what it might mean for Clinton and Obama.