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In polls, Clinton picking up steam, Obama sputtering

Pa. primary, controversies fuel shift

Globe Staff / May 2, 2008

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A slew of new national polls, plus surveys in Indiana and North Carolina - which hold key primaries Tuesday - suggest that Hillary Clinton is closing the gap since her campaign-saving victory in Pennsylvania last week and that the controversies dogging Barack Obama are having an impact. (Full article: 540 words)

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