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Obama Takes Biggest Lead Yet, But What Does It Mean?

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Obama Takes Biggest Lead Yet, But What Does It Mean?

Election 2008

Obama Takes Biggest Lead Yet, But What Does It Mean?

Obama Takes Biggest Lead Yet, But What Does It Mean?

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Polls out this week show Democratic candidate Barack Obama with his biggest lead yet over Republican candidate John McCain. A deeper look suggests it's not as significant as Democrats might hope, says news analyst Juan Williams.

Also, both candidates made appearances this week in front of the NAACP and the Council of La Raza. Why are some attendees saying that while Obama was the audience favorite, McCain connected better with delegates?

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