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22% of democrats Want Hillary to Drop Out; 22% say Obama Should Withdraw

Original post made by joel, Stanford, on Mar 26, 2008


Tonia Harding returns!

Forty-seven percent (47%) of Obama supporters think Clinton should drop out. Thirty-eight percent (38%) of Clinton supporters say Obama should drop out.

Those who remain undecided are a bit more likely to suggest that Obama should leave.

But, it’s worth noting that less than half of Obama supporters say Clinton should withdraw, less than half of Clinton supporters say Obama should withdraw, and less than half of undecided voters say either should withdraw at this time.

Clinton leads Obama in Pennsylvania while Obama leads Clinton in North Carolina.

New polling released today show that both candidates have lost ground in Missouri to Republican John McCain over the past month.

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