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After Round One

Uneasy feelings about the economy and a split verdict on the debate yield only small changes in the presidential contest. Most voters continue to associate John McCain with the increasingly unpopular president, and the number who think Barack Obama would be a good commander in Chief remains under 50 percent.

[Poll excerpts. If the 2008 presidential election were being held today, for whom would you vote? 50% Obama, 46% McCain]

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Most Voters Worry About Economy
Article | Voters are deeply divided over the terms of the government's $700 billion economic rescue package but overwhelmingly fear that the House's rejection of the measure on Monday could deepen the country's financial woes, according to the latest Washington Post-ABC News poll.

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