Politics & Government

August 5, 2008 9:08 AM

Pick a poll: Obama's losing in one, leading in the other

Pollster John Zogby found that the race is neck and neck, with McCain supported by 42 percent, Obama by 41 percent. AP/Ipsos found Obama ahead 47 to 41 percent, with strong leads among women, minorities, young people. The polls were done at more or less the same time and the sample sizes were similar.

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