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Poll: Obama Beats Any and All GOP Noms

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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Obama slays the GOP: According to a Zogby poll from today, Democratic presidential contender Barack Obama wins the presidency over any of the potential Republican competitors, his victory ranging "from a 4 percent edge over Arizona Sen. John McCain and a 5 percent edge over Arkansas' Mike Huckabee to an 18 percentage point lead over Mitt Romney." Hillary Clinton beats only Romney and Thompson.

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