Obama catches McCain in rural United States
ST. PAUL - Rural Americans trust Barack Obama to fix the country's economic problems more than John McCain, leading to a surprising statistical tie between the two presidential candidates in a rural battleground states poll.
The poll, released Thursday by the Center for Rural Strategies, shows Democrat Obama leading 46 percent to 45 percent, essentially erasing McCain's 10-point lead from a month earlier.
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