April 10, 2008, April 11, 2008 polls, polling data, Obama, Clinton, McCain, Obama slipping, Associated Press-Ipsos national poll, AOL poll
Barack Obama has lost his 10 point lead over John McCain in a presidential matchup. Obama and McCain are in a statistical tie in a Associated Press-Ipsos national poll taken Thursday, April 10, 2008. Obama dropped 10 points among women from February to April. Clinton and Obama basically maintained their prior positions against each other.
The results from a unscientific poll taken on AOL, Friday, April 11, 2008 at 9:00 EDST are as follows:
Who do you think will win the Democratic nomination?
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