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Monday, April 07, 2008

New Poll......Clinton and Obama Tied In Pennsylvania

I not sure what to think about Barack moving in on Hillary this soon. Hillary plays the victim so well, I supposed we'll have a love fest at the debate with tears to follow just before the primary.

APRIL 6: A Rasmussen poll shows a considerable tightening in the primary, with a tie between Clinton and Obama:

Hillary Clinton: 45%

Barack Obama: 45%
Undecided: 6%

APRIL 4: A local Pennsylvania poll shows Clinton with an 11-point lead, down since from the previous poll two weeks ago but still comfortable:

Clinton: 49%

Obama: 38%

APRIL 3: The latest Insider Advantage poll has Hillary clinging to a small lead, although a large number of voters remain undecided:

The internals show Clinton leading only slightly among white voters, while Obama leads among blacks. However, a larger-than-average number of black voters remain undecided, which suggests an advantage for Obama if past results are an indicator.

Clinton: 45%

Obama: 43%
Undecided: 12%

APRIL 2: Clinton maintains a healthy lead in a Quinnipac poll, with her lead contracting by only a few points since March:

Clinton: 50%

Obama: 41%

However, a PPP poll (pdf) finds Obama with the lead, albeit well within the margin of error:

Obama: 45%

Clinton: 43%

APRIL 1: Survey USA has Hillary holding steadily ahead of Obama, with only a slight number of voters left undecided:

Clinton: 53%

Obama: 41%

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