NBC/WSJ poll: Primary hurting GOP; Obama prospects brightening

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A NBC/Wall Street Journal poll out Monday morning shows the primary season has been turning off voters to the GOP candidates while President Barack Obama’s prospects for a second term are brightening. On the day before SuperTuesday, Mark Murray, NBC News Senior Political Editor walks us through the new numbers in the survey.

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