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Voters Split On Clinton And Christie In Ohio Poll

Story By: Larry Stine



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  Original Published: 11/29/2013 The presidential election is a long way off. But Ohioans are already thinking about who they might vote for. And they're split between two people. A new Quinnipiac University poll found 42 percent of registered voters said they would back democrat and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. While 41 percent said they would back republican New Jersey governor Chris Christie. The Ohio poll is the latest survey to show Christie gaining ground against Clinton in a swing state. A Quinnipiac poll in Colorado last week indicated he was ahead of Clinton by eight percentage points. So far, Christie and Clinton have not announced bids for the White House.
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