Obama slips in polls on eve of South Carolina primary
Barack Obama slipped in the South Carolina polls for a second day according to the Reuters/C-SPAN/Zogby results released on Friday, the eve of the state's democratic primary.
Among those surveyed in South Carolina Obama's edge on Clinton slipped by two. This moves his lead to just 13% over Clinton, about the same margin that Obama led going into New Hampshire. As you'll recall, Hillary went on to win that state.
"Obama still leads, but the lead keeps going down," pollster John Zogby said.
John Edwards gained two points to climb to 21 percent.
As we told you earlier, Hillary Clinton also picked up the New York Times endorsement on Friday.