Public Policy Polling (D)
Obama 54, Clinton 33
Several surveys showing very consistant results. This, and the fact that several surveys are showing the race closing in Pennsylvania should be quite worrisome to the Clinton campaign.
I wonder if her internal pollster has different results. Some guy named Mark Penn.
She's decided to remove him as strategist but keep him as chief pollster...seems like an honest fellah who wouldn't give her misleading results ;-)
I mean she's only spending $2-3 million of her own money in Pennsylvania because of him.
Posted on April 7, 2008 9:18 PM
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