Poll finds Obama with big leads over each Republican candidate in Minnesota

Four years ago Obama carried Minnesota by ten percentage points over Republican Sen. John McCain. Public Policy Polling finds the president with double-digit leads over each of the four men left vying for this year's Republican nomination.
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Four years ago Obama carried Minnesota by ten percentage points over Republican Sen. John McCain. Public Policy Polling finds the president with double-digit leads over each of the four men left vying for this year's Republican nomination.

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