MSNBC just rapidly went through their exit poll that determines whether the controversy surrounding Rev. Jeremiah Wright is on voters' minds. In both Indiana and North Carolina, 48 percent said it was important - and this is the statistic that Nora O'Donnell hit on before flying into other floating graphs.
But I am pretty sure that more respondents in both states said it was "not important." I know in Indiana 49 percent said it wasn't important and I'm pretty sure it was above fifty.
Why didn't O'Donnell mention that? It would seem to be pretty important that with all of the media's focus on Wright, half or more say it doesn't matter.