22% for Obama in CNN Poll

Barack Obama has secured 22% of support for his candidacy for the Democratic nomination in the latest poll conducted by CNN/Opinion Research Corporation.

The poll which was released yesterday, was conducted between March 9 and 11, and surveyed 447 registered voters who described themselves as being Democrats. The margin of error for such a poll is plus or minus 4.5%

Hillary Clinton was still the preferred candidate, with 37% support. Third was Al Gore on 14% followed by John Edwards on 12%.

Obama's support has jumped 4% from the same poll undertaken in January.