Ohio Poll

In Ohio Primary, Clinton, Obama Fight Tight

OhioNews Bureau

ONB COLUMBUS: The difference between the dueling rallies held by Sens. Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama, just miles apart in the Columbus suburb of Westerville, Ohio, Sunday, two days before the Ohio primary on March 4th, was most apparent in the tenor and style of each candidate’s rallying events.

Ohio Poll Shows Men back McCain, Women Go for Obama, Clinton

OhioNews Bureau: UPDATE

ONB COLUMBUS: The latest Ohio Poll, conducted by the Institute for Policy Research at the University of Cincinnati and released Wednesday, shows that the fall race for president will be a squeaker in bellwether Ohio, and that the split between genders shows men backing Sen. John McCain, while women favor either Sens. Obama or Clinton.

Ohio Poll Shows Clinton Leading Obama; McCain with Wide Lead

OhioNews Bureau

ONB COLUMBUS: Ohio will hold its primary in eight days on Tuesday, March 4th. With voter turnout for the two Democratic presidential candidates expected to be high, as has been the case in state primaries and caucuses to date, which candidate Ohioans will favor may make or break their quest to win their party’s nomination for president.