Sens. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama remain locked in a tight race nationally, while Republicans have a clear front-runner for the first time: Sen. John McCain. Clinton and Obama have solidified their strengths: change voters for Obama and strength-and-experience voters for Clinton. McCain dominates the GOP field on the issues and now has a double-digit advantage as the party's best standard-bearer. General election matchups between McCain and either Democrat are toss-ups.
GRAPHIC: The Washington Post - February 03, 2008
Obama, Clinton Are Even In Poll Article | Sens. Hillary Rodham Clinton (N.Y.) and Barack Obama (Ill.) are running roughly even nationally as the battle for the Democratic nomination heads into Tuesday's big round of primaries and caucuses, while Sen. John McCain (Ariz.) has jumped to a dominating lead over his remaining rivals in the Rep...