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Poll: Obama, Clinton even in Texas
By The Associated Press

The Presidential race for Democrats in Texas

Hillary Rodham Clinton, 48 percent
Barack Obama, 47 percent

OF INTEREST: Six in 10 Latino voters and nearly as many white women in Texas say they back Clinton, similar to her national edge so far with those groups, who have been crucial to her. Three-quarters of blacks support Obama, slightly lower than usual, and he leads by 10 percentage points among white men. He is seen as more electable, she as the stronger leader. Unlike most states, health care trumps the economy as
Texas Democratic voters’ top concern, and Clinton has a 17-point edge over him for handling the issue. A quarter say they still may switch their support.

The Washington Post-ABC News poll was conducted by telephone from Feb. 16-20, 2008. It involved interviews with 603 likely Democratic voters in Texas, and has a margin of sampling error of plus or minus 4 percentage points. Complete Results: www.washingtonpost.com; www.abcnews.go.com/PollingUnit/





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