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Ohio Republican Primary

Tuesday, March 4 | Delegates at Stake: 88

Polling Data
PollDateSampleMcCainHuckabeePaulSpread
Final Results--54.532.55.2McCain +22.0
RCP Average02/28 - 03/03-55.028.86.5McCain +26.2
Reuters/CSpan/Zogby03/01 - 03/03712 LV59295McCain +30.0
PPP (D)03/01 - 03/02612 LV503310McCain +17.0
SurveyUSA03/01 - 03/02455 LV58294McCain +29.0
Ohio Poll/Univ of Cin.02/28 - 03/02330 LV53247McCain +29.0
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Recent Commentary & News Stories
- In 2 Battlegrounds, Voters Say, Not Yet - Patrick Healy, New York Times
- How Clinton Won TX and OH - Jay Cost, RealClearPolitics
- Going Negative Proved Positive for Clinton - Peter Wallsten, LA Times
- Clinton Comes Back, But Is It Enough? - John Dickerson, Slate
- The Media is in the Tank for Obama - John Podhoretz, Contentions
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Polling Data
PollDateSampleMcCainHuckabeePaulSpread
Final Results--54.532.55.2McCain +22.0
RCP Average02/28 - 03/03-55.028.86.5McCain +26.2
ARG*03/02 - 03/03600 LV59289McCain +31.0
Reuters/CSpan/Zogby03/01 - 03/03712 LV59295McCain +30.0
PPP (D)03/01 - 03/02612 LV503310McCain +17.0
SurveyUSA03/01 - 03/02455 LV58294McCain +29.0
Reuters/CSpan/Zogby02/29 - 03/02674 LV61285McCain +33.0
Ohio Poll/Univ of Cin.02/28 - 03/02330 LV53247McCain +29.0
Reuters/CSpan/Zogby02/28 - 03/01657 LV61273McCain +34.0
Reuters/CSpan/Zogby02/27 - 02/29600 LV58238McCain +35.0
Columbus Dispatch02/21 - 02/292082 RV6424--McCain +40.0
ARG*02/27 - 02/28600 LV63219McCain +42.0
Reuters/CSpan/Zogby02/26 - 02/28592 LV62198McCain +43.0
Rasmussen02/25 - 02/25704 LV55297McCain +26.0
SurveyUSA02/23 - 02/25456 LV59288McCain +31.0
ARG*02/23 - 02/24600 LV51406McCain +11.0
PPP (D)02/23 - 02/24430 LV55307McCain +25.0
The Ohio Poll02/21 - 02/24312 LV55205McCain +35.0
Rasmussen02/21 - 02/21730 LV57304McCain +27.0
SurveyUSA02/17 - 02/18478 LV61295McCain +32.0
SurveyUSA02/10 - 02/11524 LV50366McCain +14.0
Columbus Dispatch01/23 - 01/312139 LV28143McCain +14.0
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Quinnipiac11/06 - 11/11447 RV147McCain +7.0
Quinnipiac10/01 - 10/08321 RV105McCain +5.0
Strategic Vision (R)09/14 - 09/16600 LV94McCain +5.0
Quinnipiac08/28 - 09/03497 RV103McCain +7.0
Quinnipiac07/30 - 08/06366 RV111McCain +10.0
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Univ. of Akron01/21 - 02/21Adults281McCain +27.0
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All Commentary & News Stories
- In 2 Battlegrounds, Voters Say, Not Yet - Patrick Healy, New York Times
- How Clinton Won TX and OH - Jay Cost, RealClearPolitics
- Going Negative Proved Positive for Clinton - Peter Wallsten, LA Times
- Clinton Comes Back, But Is It Enough? - John Dickerson, Slate
- The Media is in the Tank for Obama - John Podhoretz, Contentions
- What Do You Believe in - Momentum or Math? - Mike Littwin, RMN
- McCain Seizes GOP Nomination - Jonathan Martin, The Politico
- Dem Fight Continues: Good News for McCain - Michael Hirsh, Newsweek
- Obama's First 100 Days - Michael Gerson, Washington Post
- Duel of Historical Guilts - Maureen Dowd, New York Times
- Gloria Steinem's Last Stand - Kathleen Parker, RealClearPolitics
- Clarity for the GOP, Chaos for the Dems - San Francisco Chronicle
- Clinton Exposes Obama's Weaknesses - Wall Street Journal
- The Big Question: What Constitutes a 'Win'? - Jackie Calmes, WSJ
- Forget Tonight: Hillary Has a Math Problem - Jonathan Alter, Newsweek
- Dem Establishment Wishes It Was Over - Rich Lowry, New York Post
- 5 Reasons Clinton Could Come Back - J. VandeHei & J. Harris, The Politico
- Voters Always Pick Bugs Bunny Over Daffy Duck - Jeff Greenfield, Slate
- Buckeye Blues: Don't Blame Nafta - Fred Barnes, Weekly Standard
- Conservative Race-Baiters Could Sink McCain - Jennifer Rubin, New York Observer
- Clinton Faces Must-Win Test in Critical States - Rick Klein, ABC News
- Michelle Obama & the Politics of Candor - Lauren Collins, The New Yorker
- Are We There Yet? - Mike Littwin, Rocky Mountain News
- McCain's Turnout Problem - Charlie Cook, National Journal
- A Remarkable Democratic Endgame - E. J. Dionne, Washington Post
- Hillary Should Save Dems - From Herself - Margery Eagan, Boston Herald
- Clinton's 'Moral Claim' to the Nomination - Jay Cost, RealClearPolitics
- The Stage is Set for a Clinton Comeback - Roger Simon, The Politico
- Obama's Defining Moment - David Brooks, New York Times
- Is Obama Lying About NAFTAGate? - Byron York, National Review Online
- $3 Trillion War is a Domestic Issue - Arianna Huffington, Huffington Post
- How Not to Rescue the Rust Belt - Thomas Sowell, RealClearPolitics
- Lone Star Liberals Are Back - Mimi Swartz, New York Times
- GOP Divided Over How to Run vs. Obama - Schmitz & Steingart, Der Spiegel
- Obama Lacks Reagan's Audacity - Blake Dvorak, RealClearPolitics
- Clinton Campaign's Dying Light - Jonathan Chait, Los Angeles Times
- Trade Issue is Back, Big-Time - Pat Buchanan, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
- Democrats' Trade Rhetoric is Dangerous - Fareed Zakaria, Newsweek
- Super Tuesday, Again - The Guardian
- Questions of Candor - New York Post
- The Mandate Debate - Washington Post
- Obama Needs to Answer Our Rezko Questions - Chicago Sun-Times
- Mixed Messages from the Democrats - San Diego Union-Tribune
- Dem Race Intensifies as Big Day Looms - Bumiller & Broder, New York Times
- Why McCain Should Root for Clinton - Chuck Todd, NBC News
- Obama and Chicago Mores - John Fund, Wall Street Journal
- Canada, Obama & Nafta, Take Two - Noam Scheiber, The New Republic
- After All That, Clinton Could Win - Jennifer Rubin, Contentions
- McCain Details Economy Platform - Bob Davis, Wall Street Journal
- A Story Gets Blowback from Obama Campaign - John Harris, The Politico
- The Problem with Today's Political Discourse - Christopher Hitchens, Slate
- Why Don't Dems Rally Round the Flag? - Gregory Rodriguez, LA Times
- Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda - Susan Estrich, FOX News
- Tony Rezko and the Obama Image - Dick Polman, American Debate
- Stark Choice Looms for Clinton - Rick Klein & Mike Elmore, ABC News
- It's Late for Clinton Campaign - Mike Littwin, Rocky Mountain News
- The Coming Brokered Convention - Mark Hyman, American Spectator
- In Ohio, Clinton Full of Fight - Dan Balz, Washington Post
- Who is Tony Rezko? - Mark Hosenball, Newsweek
- Behind Obama's Union Comeback - Jay Newton-Small, Time
- Why Texas is Obama Territory - Jonathan Stein, Mother Jones
- Sierra Club Throws a Sucker Punch - Joel Connelly, Seattle P-I
- How Did the Clinton Campaign Get Here? - Peter Nicholas, LA Times
- Clinton Failed the Sincerity Test - Clive Crook, Financial Times
- Tony Rezko: Obama's Former Friend - Robert Novak, Chicago Sun-Times
- Obama: Deliverance or Diversion? - Paul Krugman, New York Times
- Hillary Last Stand or Barack's Last Chance? - Michael Goodwin, NYDN
- 'Soft' Press Sharpens Focus on Obama - Howard Kurtz, Washington Post
- The Media Double Standard - Caryl Rivers, Boston Globe
- Leader Predicts 'Barack-Lash' by Jewish Voters - Fred Dicker, NY Post
- McCain Off To Bumpy Start - Jonathan Martin, The Politico
- Obama Will Need to Raise Game Against McCain - Al Hunt, Bloomberg
- Can McCain Win in Spite of the GOP Brand? - Stuart Rothenberg, Roll Call
- Texas v. Ohio - Wall Street Journal
- Dems' NAFTA Jihad Isn't Logical - San Francisco Chronicle
- McCain and Obama Flip-Flop on Public Financing - Los Angeles Times
- Obama vs. Clinton: All Eyes On Ohio - Steve Kroft, 60 Minutes
- Obama Rides Wave Into Texas - Peter Canellos, Boston Globe
- Is Ohio Still on Clinton's Side? - Salena Zito, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review
- In Defense of Superdelegates - David Yepsen, Des Moines Register
- Clinton's Flaw: A Failure to Connect - David Broder, Washington Post
- Bloomberg for VP? His Wallet Would Help - John Avlon, New York Post
- Nader Could Still Matter - Douglas Schoen, Washington Post
- Obama is Carter, Without the Experience - Hugh Hewitt, Townhall
- A Wake-Up Call for Hillary - Maureen Dowd, New York Times
- Serious Silliness: Race Lacks A Certain Steel - Kevin Rennie, Hartford Courant
- Gloria Steinem Stumps for Hillary - Niall Stanage, New York Observer
- McCain a Tougher Opponent Than Clinton - Michael Crowley, The Observer
- Democrats, Off Course On Trade - Sebastian Mallaby, Washington Post
- McCain is Right About Iraq - Jonathan Last, Philadelphia Inquirer
- McCain Channels His Inner Hillary - Frank Rich, New York Times
- The General Election Ain't Over Yet - Michael Goodwin, NY Daily News
- Clinton Battles Obama's Momentum - M. Barabak & M. Finnegan, LA Times
- A Thin Record For a Bridge Builder - David Ignatius, Washington Post
- McCain and the Oath - George Will, Newsweek
- A Delicate Line for Michelle Obama - Joan Vennochi, Boston Globe
- Is Race Out of the Race? - Abigail & Stephan Thernstrom, Los Angeles Times
- The Emerging Minority - James Traub, New York Times Magazine
- Women Aren't Very Bright - Charlotte Allen, Washington Post
- The 2008 Democratic Veepstakes - The American Prospect