A day before the Indiana and North Carolina primaries, most polls agree that Barack Obama will win North Carolina and Hillary Clinton will win Indiana. A week later, the candidates face off in West Virginia, where Clinton holds a sizable lead. It remains nearly impossible, however, for her to catch up in the pledged delegate count.

Polls via The Political Wire:North Carolina:SurveyUSA

: Obama 50 / Clinton 45 Public Policy Polling: Obama 53 / Clinton 43 American Research Group: Obama 50 / Clinton 42 Zogby (tracking): Obama 48 / Clinton 40 / Undecided 13

Indiana: Public Policy Polling: Clinton 51 / Obama 46 SurveyUSA: Clinton 54 / Obama 42 American Research Group: Clinton 53 / Obama 45 Suffolk University: Clinton 49 / Obama 43 Zogby (tracking): Obama 44 / Clinton 42 / Undecided 15

West Virginia: Rasmussen: Clinton 56 / Obama 27 / Undecided 17

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