Daily Tracking Poll: First-Time Voters Go Big for Obama; Economic Worries Drag on McCain

First-time voters underscore Barack Obama's organizational advantage in the presidential election: Four years ago first-timers backed Democratic nominee John Kerry by 7 points. Today they favor Obama over John McCain by 47. Indeed it's first-timers who give Obama his clear advantage in presidential preference. Among people who've voted previously, Obama and McCain are at 50-47 percent in this ABC News/Washington Post poll, not a statistically significant gap. But first-time voters favor Obama...Full Story
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