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Sunday, September 21, 2008

Obama on the stump in Charlotte, North Carolina


A new Public Policy Polling survey in North Carolina finds the presidential in a dead heat with Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. John McCain each getting 46% support.

Key findings: "Obama has a 58% to 34% advantage with those voters who say the economy is their biggest concern. He has reclaimed a small lead with North Carolina independents and increased his share with Democratic voters since a PPP survey conducted a week and a half ago in the state."

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