Barak had better be careful about gaining and passing up on Hillary. She just might get angry. And if you want to now what that entails, just ask Bill!
A new poll of likely Democratic voters shows presidential candidate Barack Obama leading the Democratic field in South Carolina. The same poll shows South Carolina native John Edwards struggling as the January 29, 2008, primary in the Palmetto State approaches.
A new poll by Mason-Dixon Polling & Research indicates 34 percent of the 329 likely Democratic presidential primary voters polled in South Carolina back Senator Barack Obama (D-Illinois). Senator Hillary Clinton (D-New York) is second with 25 percent, and former North Carolina senator and 2004 vice-presidential candidate John Edwards a fairly distant third at 12 percent. All the other candidates, including former vice president Al Gore, were in very low single digits.