Very Recent Texas Polls Predict 'Clinton Obama Cliffhanger'

clinton-obama-texas-pollsSen. Hillary Clinton is doing everything, playing every card to ward off Sen. Barack Obama’s streak of 11 consecutive wins, because she knows, if Obama does it again, she’s politically slain.

Serenading herself as the greatest guardian of national security, Clinton hit Obama on national security issues releasing controversial ad showing slumbering boys and girls, who, she implies would be jeopardized by Barack Obama's presidency.

Landed in “do-or-die” situation by the recent consecutive defeats from Obama, Clinton is well aware that her presidential campaign is staked on Texas and Ohio, which are “must win” states for her. At stake are 228 delegates in Texas and 161 delegates in Ohio. Obama is presently leading Clinton with 1374 to 1275 delegates. Thus, Ohio and Texas polls are virtually going decide the political fates of Clinton and Obama. Democratic delegates in Texas are really really important for Clinton. Here’s the synopsis of the very recent polls in Texas.

The CNN/Opinion Research Corporation Poll, conducted on 22-24 Feb., shows Obama leading Clinton with 50% to 46% democratic votes. With MoE = 3.6%, the poll shows Obama having 4% points lead over Clinton.   

Conducted on 23-24 Feb., The Public Policy Polling Texas poll gives out very interesting result. It shows both Clinton and Obama with 48% democratic votes. With MoE = 4.7%, the poll indicates very close contest between the two.

Rasmussen Reports’ Texas poll, conducted on 24 Feb., shows Clinton (46%) leading Obama (45%). With MoE = 3.8%, the poll gives Clinton 1% point lead over Obama. It really indicates a cliffhanger in Texas.

Survey USA’s Texas poll, conducted on 23-25 Feb., exhibits Obama leading Clinton with 49% to 45%. With MoE = 3.7%, the poll shows Obama 4% ahead Clinton.  

American Research Group’s Texas poll, conducted on 23-24 Feb., shows Obama leading with 50% while Clinton has support of 42%. With MoE = 4.0%, the poll shows Obama 8% ahead Clinton.  

Public Strategies conducted 3 polls in Texas from 24-27 Feb. First poll (MoE 3.6%) shows Obama (46%) leading Clinton (45%) by just 1 point. Second poll (MoE 4.3%) shows Clinton (46%) leading Obama (43%) by 3 points. And, the third poll (MoE = 3.6%) again shows Obama (46%) leading Clinton (45%) by just 1 point.

Insider Advantage Texas poll, conducted on 26 Feb., shows Obama (47%) leading Clinton (45%) by just 1 point. The poll has MoE = 4.0%.

Conducted on 26-28 Feb., Belo Texas Tracking Poll conducted by Public Strategies Inc shows Clinton leading Obama with 46% to 45%. With MoE = 3.6%, the poll shows Clinton leading Obama by 1%.

Fox News / Opinion Dynamics Poll, conducted on 26-28 feb., shows Obama leading with 48%, while Clinton with 45%. With MoE = 4.0%, the poll shows Obama leading Clinton by 3% points.

Rasmussen Reports poll, conducted on 27 Feb., shows Obama leading with 48% while Clinton with 44%. With MoE = 4.4%, the poll shows Obama leading Clinton by 4% points.

Reuters/C Span/Houston Chronicle/Zogby Poll, conducted on 26-28 Feb., shows Obama leading with 48% while Clinton with 42%. With MoE = 3.7%, the poll shows Obama leading Clinton by 6% points.

Reuters/C SPAN/Houston Chronicle/Zogby tracking poll, conducted on 27-29 Feb., shows Obama leading Clinton with 45% to 43%. With MoE = 3.7%, the poll shows Obama leading Clinton by just 2% points.

Insider Advantage / Majority Opinion Research, conducted on 28 Feb., shows Clinton leading Obama with 47% to 43%. With MoE = 4.0%, the poll shows Clinton leading Obama by just 4% points.

American Research Group Texas poll, conducted on 27-28 Feb., shows Obama leading Clinton with 51% to 44%. With MoE = 4.0%, the poll shows Obama leading Clinton by 7% points.

Well, some of the very recent polls in Texas give their verdicts in favor of Sen. Clinton while some others in favor of Sen. Obama. It indicates that Texas contest is going to be very close; It’s going to a real cliffhanger contest.

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