Indiana poll shows tight race with McCain, Obama

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THE POLL: A South Bend Tribune/WSBT poll of 600 likely voters in the presidential election in Indiana (11 electoral votes).

THE NUMBERS: John McCain 46 percent, Barack Obama 45 percent.

OF INTEREST: The results mirror those of other recent Indiana polls that showed the presidential race tight or McCain with a slight lead. Obama's campaign has said the state is in play despite its history as a Republican stronghold.

DETAILS: Telephone survey conducted Monday and Tuesday by Research 2000 with 600 likely voters. Margin of sampling error plus or minus 4 percentage points.


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