Race Still Tight in Pennsylvania
Hillary Clinton has a 47 percent to 43 percent lead over Barack Obama in Pennsylvania with 10 percent undecided, according to a Newsmax/Zogby poll conducted April 9-10. The margin of error is 3,2 percent. The narrowness of the race in this poll is consistent with most other recent surveys. Clinton runs strongly with the more conservative voters in western Pennsylvania while Obama’s edge is in the east, including Philadelphia. Fifty-three percent of likely Democratic voters named the economy as the top issue while 32 percent cited Iraq.
Check out these stories from today’s papers about the Pennsylvania race:
– Pennsylvania Race May Be a Tale of Two Cities *Philadelphia Inquirer*
– Western Pennsylvania a Stronghold for Clinton *Pittsburgh Post Gazette*
– Obama May Lose Support in Philadelphia Over “Street Money” *Los Angeles Times*
– Will Youth Vote Make a Difference? *Philadelphia Daily News*