May 5th, 2008
03:19 PM ET
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Cafferty: How important are Indiana and North Carolina?

 A new poll out suggests that Obama has rebounded from some of the damage caused by the Reverend Jeremiah Wright controversy.
A new poll out suggests that Obama has rebounded from some of the damage caused by the Reverend Jeremiah Wright controversy.

FROM CNN's Jack Cafferty:

The 16-month fight between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama continues tomorrow in North Carolina and Indiana.

Obama leads Clinton in the polls in North Carolina, while the latest average of polls suggests Clinton is now slightly ahead in Indiana. If Obama can deliver a pair of wins, it would be a huge psychological boost for his campaign and could bring him one step closer to winning the nomination. If Clinton wins both, she'll still be behind but will think she's won the nomination.

The fact is that Obama continues to lead Clinton in everything except superdelegates where he has narrowed her lead to just 14. He leads in pledged delegates, popular vote and number of states won.

A new poll out also suggests that Obama has rebounded from some of the damage caused by the Reverend Jeremiah Wright controversy.

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