Major polling firm will no longer track Hillary because “the race is over”

Via Daily Kos:

Rasmussen Reports has been tracking the race for the Democratic Presidential nomination daily for nineteen months…

However, while Senator Clinton has remained close and competitive in every meaningful measure, she is a close second and the race is over. It has become clear that Barack Obama will be the Democratic nominee. […]

With this in mind, Rasmussen Reports will soon end our daily tracking of the Democratic race and focus exclusively on the general election competition between Republican John McCain and Democrat Barack Obama.


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