Second Poll Finds Obama, McCain On Top in WI

According to a WISC-TV / Research 2000 poll conducted of 400 likely Democratic primary voters February 13-14, Barack Obama has a 47 to 42 percent lead over Hillary Clinton with 11 percent undecided. Obama also polled ahead of Clinton by a narrow 4-point margin in an earlier survey released this week by Rasmussen, with a field date of February 13th.

The WISC-TV poll also found Republican John McCain leading Mike Huckabee—by a 48 to 32 percent margin, with Ron Paul in third at 7 percent and 13 percent undecided. Rasmussen’s poll of 526 likely GOP voters on February 13th gave McCain a similar 51 to 30 percent lead with Paul again at 7 percent.

Wisconsin’s open primary is Tuesday, February 19th.

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