Three new polls released this weekend show a dramatic shift in voter sentiment for Sen. Barack Obama over Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton.
All polls show the Illinois senator opening a double-digit lead over the former first lady.
A new USA Today/Gallup Poll released Sunday showed Obama now leading Clinton by 13 points.
Here are the Gallup numbers:
Democrats Obama: 41% Clinton: 28% John Edwards Bill Richardson: 6% No one else above 3%.
Republicans John McCain: 34% Mitt Romney: 30% Mike Huckabee: 13% Ron Paul: 8% Rudy Giuliani: 8% No one else above 3%.
A CNN/WMUR poll of New Hampshire completed this weekend showed similar trends:
Democrats Obama: 39% Clinton: 29% Edwards: 16% Richardson: 7% No one else above 2%.
Republicans McCain: 32% Romney: 26% Huckabee: 14% Giuliani: 11% Paul: 10% No one else above 1%.
The Rasmussen poll out early this weekend first indicated the dramatic shift to Obama:
Democrats Obama: 39% Clinton: 27% Edwards: 18% Richardson: 8% No one else above 3%.
Republicans McCain: 32% Romney: 30% Paul: 11% Huckabee: 11% Giuliani: 9% Fred Thompson: 4% No one else above 2%.
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