National through 4/13
Obama 50, Clinton 40
Obama 46, McCain 44... Clinton 46, McCain 45
Just Half of Americans Complain Tax Bill Is Too High - Video
U.S. Satisfaction at 15%, Lowest Since 1992
Heightened Economic Gloom Persists
It has now been a full week where Obama's average has been 50% and Clinton's average has been 42%, an 8-point spread. While I am not yet convinced that his lead is "real" and "sustained" I'm becoming more and more convinced every day. 2-3 weeks of this type of polling and I'm there.
Posted on April 14, 2008 1:43 PM
Hillary has made a non-issue, i.e. that Americans are bitter - yes they are. 80% of them are very unhappy, and in PA it is probably higher.
The polls continue to rise against her proving she has struck fool's gold.
At her meetings, people are starting to boo her for continuing on this attack against Barack. She is not talking about the issues, only fueling the fires for the Republicans.
Now she is attacking Gore and Kerry.
We still have yet to focus on Bill supporting the Chinese against the Tibetans.
Her negative continue to rise. And the
delegate is oozing out of her touch.
Posted on April 14, 2008 2:38 PM
I agree with "John S": unhappiness with Obama's comments doesn't directly translate into votes for Clinton. It's time to wait and see.
Posted on April 14, 2008 3:25 PM
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