The numbers look good for Hillary Clinton today. Gallup's track is still essentially tied -- the fourth day in a row.

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SurveyUSA has Clinton up by nine in Indiana, perhaps helping to raise expectations for Clinton. ARG has Obama up by 10 in North Carolina.

Most importantly, AP-Ipsos has Clinton leading John McCain outside the margin of error in a national preference question; Barack Obama and McCain are essentially tied.

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