New Trend in Penn?
For much of the last month, we've been treated with a series of polls showing Hillary Clinton blowing out Barack Obama in Pennsylvania.
This week, that started to change:
A survey from Rasmussen yesterday showed Clinton leading Obama by just five points, 47% to 42% -- down from 10 a week ago;
A poll from Survey USA yesterday showed Clinton leading 53% to 41% -- down from 19 the month before;
A survey from Quinnipiac University today shows Clinton leading by nine points, 50% to 41% -- down from 12 points two weeks ago; and
A survey from Public Policy Polling today shows Obama actually taking a lead, 45% to 43% -- that's a shift of 28 points from the last time PPP polled the state two and a half weeks ago.
There is definitely movement in this primary, so how does this change expectations? Does HRC no longer need to win by double-digits?
Interesting question. But remember there's another twenty days to go.