American Research Group
Obama 52, Clinton 42
The interesting thing to watch in NC polling will be the undecided number. To see which candidate seems to benefit the most from undecided voters.
In states like SC / WI / GA / etc Obama did very well with them. In northern blue collar states Hillary did very well with them. If the trend continues Obama will have yet another southern blowout and Clinton will squeak out an Indy win.
If Obama increases both his delegate lead and popular vote lead when adding both states in I see this as a very hard thing for Hillary to spin, though I am quite certain she is skilled enough to do so. I just wonder what exactly the remaining super-delegates are looking for at this point. Do they want to see if Hillary can win on Obama's turf? Such as in NC/Oregon? Or do they want to see if Obama can win a toss up? do they just want to be 100% certain that Hillary will not over-come Obama in the math? Or do they not want to anger either side in this and thus are afraid to make a choice?
Posted on April 28, 2008 1:04 PM
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