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    Clinton Leads By 6 in Franklin & Marshall Poll:

    Sen. Barack Obama has moved within striking distance of Sen. Hillary Clinton in Pennsylvania, according to a new Philadelphia Daily News/Franklin & Marshall Poll.

    Clinton holds a 46% to 40% lead among likely voters, with 14% still undecided. Last month, Clinton led 51% to 35%.

    Key findings: "The poll shows a clear divide between the eastern and western parts of the state... Western Pennsylvania, older and more conservative than the eastern part, is strong Clinton country. The southeast and Philadelphia, more liberal and affluent, are feeling Obama-mania."

    InsiderAdvantage: Obama Way Ahead in North Carolina

    A new Insider Advantage poll in North Carolina finds Sen. Barack Obama in front of Sen. Hillary Clinton by double-digits, 51% to 36% with 13% undecided.

    None of the key demographic groups have shifted since last month's poll.

    Said pollster Matt Towery: "With significant experience polling races in the South, I think I can say pretty definitively that the comments by Sen. Obama about 'religion and guns' this past week have not weakened his position in North Carolina."

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