Posted on Apr 1, 2008
Barack Obama recently decided to get more competitive in Pennsylvania, thanks to prodding from his supporters. Two recent polls show that his efforts there might be paying off. He still trails Hillary Clinton, but he’s closing the gap. Of course, it doesn’t hurt that he’s able to outspend her by a significant margin.
A SurveyUSA poll shows Clinton’s lead cut by five points, thanks to shifts among men, seniors and conservative Democrats, while Rasmussen has Obama trailing by only five points.
(h/t: Political Wire)
Flickr / mstearne