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Thursday, April 10, 2008

Second double-digit lead for Obama in Gallup tracking

PRINCETON, NJ -- For the third consecutive day, Barack Obama holds a significant advantage over Hillary Clinton in national Democratic preferences for the Democratic presidential nomination, now 51% to 41%.

Today's 10 percentage point spread, based on Gallup Poll Daily tracking from April 6-8, is only the second time since January that Obama has achieved a double-digit lead over Clinton, the first being his 10-point lead in interviewing conducted March 27-29.

Although Obama's lead was much narrower at several points recently in the campaign, Clinton has not led Obama by any amount since March 18-20. (To view the complete trend since Jan. 3, 2008, click here.)

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