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Poll: McCain Getting Even

According to an AP-Yahoo poll, Sen. John McCain was roughly tied with any Democratic candidate, a dramatic shift from a November poll in which a potential Democrat candidate was preferred over a Republican by a 13 percent margin. What do you think?
  • "The American people are getting harder and harder to predict when they start wanting a white man for president."

    Ben Close Systems Analyst
  • "That's pretty big news heading into the pivotal month of May."

    Judy Napier Event Planner
  • "Just think how his popularity will soar after Clinton and Obama kill each other."

    Matt Rivers Furniture Mover

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