So Which Is It?
AP: Poll: Voters approve of Obama's handling of Wright situation WASHINGTON -- Most voters think Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has done a good job ...
Poll: Voters approve of Obama's handling of Wright situation
WASHINGTON -- Most voters think Democratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has done a good job handling the controversy surrounding his longtime pastor, the Rev. Jeremiah Wright, according to a poll released Sunday.
In a CBS News/New York Times poll, 60 percent of voters _ and 68 percent of Democratic primary voters _ said they approved of the way Obama handled the situation.
Poll: Flap over pastor hurts Obama
Barack Obama's national standing has been significantly damaged by the controversy over his former pastor, a USA TODAY/Gallup Poll finds, raising questions for some voters about the Illinois senator's values, credibility and electability.
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