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CNN Poll: Obama gains on issues, personal qualities October 7, 2008

Posted by trouble97018 in McCain, News, Obama, Politics.
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October 7, 2008
Posted: 04:00 PM ET

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NASHVILLE, Tennessee (CNN) – Just hours before the start of the second presidential debate, a new national survey suggests that Barack Obama is increasingly viewed as a more compassionate candidate than John McCain — a factor that could make a difference in Tuesday’s face-off, a town hall style meeting that will feature direct interaction between the two men and voters in a live audience.

In the new CNN/Opinion Research Corporation poll out Tuesday afternoon, 55 percent of registered voters questioned say that Obama “cares more about people like you” than McCain, with 35 percent saying McCain cares more than Obama. That 20 point margin for Obama is up from a 9 point advantage a month ago.   Source Article

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