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Where Do 'Clinton Obama' Stand In Wisconsin? – Recent Polls Tell The Whole Story

Clinton_Obama_WisconsinSen. Hillary Rodham Clinton is presently at the point, where she can’t afford to lose anymore to Sen. Barack Obama, if she is to keep herself alive in the race for Democratic delegates, but Sen. Obama appears to be bent upon trouncing her, making his 10 consecutive wins on Tuesday in Wisconsin and Hawaii.

There has been said a lot, but there remains a lot to be said on Wisconsin contest. The actual story will be scripted by the Democratic Wisconsin voters on Tuesday. Wisconsin, which goes on voting on 19th Feb, has 92 Democratic delegates at stake, awarded proportionally.

The recent polls conducted by Research 2000 for WISC TV, Rasmussen, Public Policy Polling, Strategic Vision have shown Obama leading Clinton in the Wisconsin contest.

Conducted on 13-14 Feb., the recent poll by Research 2000 for WISC TV has shown, Obama leading with 47% to Clinton’s 42% votes.

Rasmussen Reports’s 13 Feb. poll has shown Obama leading with 47% to Clinton’s 43% votes.

The 11 Feb. poll by Public Policy Polling has shown that Obama, with 50% votes, is leading Hillary Clinton, who has 39% of votes.

According to Strategic Vision’s 8-10 Feb. poll, Obama has lead with 45% to Hillary Clinton’s 41% votes.

However, American Research Group has different story to say. American Research Group’s Feb. 6-7 poll has shown that Hillary Clinton leads with 50%, while Barack Obama has 41% of votes in Wisconsin.

American Research Group’s recent one, Feb. 15-16 poll has shown 1% loss of Clinton’s votes, but still shows Hillary Clinton leading with 49% of Votes to Barack Obama’s 43%.

Contrarily, Obama campaign is confident of scripting their new tale of success, crushing Clinton in Wisconsin and Hawaii. On the other hand, hoping to falsify the majority of polls, Clinton is playing the best of cards to stop the further surge of Obama.

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