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We have only one poll today, but it’s an interesting one, as Rasmussen has Barack Obama tied with John McCain in North Carolina — Hillary Clinton is 11 points behind McCain.

As I alluded to yesterday, Obama appears to get a bounce in states where he runs an active primary campaign. What we don’t know yet — and what we might not know for a long time — is whether this bounce is permanent or temporary. Regardless, North Carolina has moved up to 6th on Obama’s Swing State List, right behind Virginia.

EDIT: The charts have finally been updated.

Nate Silver is the founder and editor in chief of FiveThirtyEight.

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