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The poll finds Biden leads 57 percent to 41 percent among Minnesota likely voters, a 16-point margin that contrasts with Biden’s six-point edge in a Post-ABC poll conducted in Wisconsin over the same period.

Baber, not the auditor, wrote the recommendations, and those that passed did so on thin margins, while others didn’t get enough support to go to the full board.

In some cases, this uptick was within the polls’ margins of error, but the overall upward trend was still pretty clear.

The number of wins divided by the total number of draws represents a simulated probability of a GOP win given the poll’s margin.

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The Packers are favorites by a razor-thin margin after coming within a game of the Super Bowl last year, though they did little to improve around Aaron Rodgers while the 36-year-old still has good seasons left in the tank.

The citizens of Stevens Point defeated fluoridation by a healthy margin.

Because of the thinness of the air, there is a very tight margin between the correct and incorrect airspeeds, as little as 50 mph.

Sixty-seven Republicans voted against it, a margin in line with estimates of many conservatives from earlier in the day.

Being in an indie band is running a never-ending, rewarding, scary, low-margin small business.

We believe in Him by a landslide 74 percent to 26 percent margin.

This paper was noted here and there on the margin, and had been obviously carefully read.

The comparison of the cost of production, therefore, with the value of the raw material, shows a very large margin of profit.

Along the sea-margin of the tongue of land between the rivers Mersey and Dee, the sand has been thrown up in domes.

He likens the walls to the page of a book, in which the glose, or commentary, was often written in the margin.

On the other side was a narrow margin, and then a sheer wall of hills in exquisite verdure.


On this page you'll find 93 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to margin, such as: edge, limit, surplus, allowance, bound, and boundary.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.