Tuesday, April 15, 2008


There is a new Quinnipiac Poll out today. April 15, 2008 - Clinton Stalls Obama, Holds 6-Point Pennsylvania Lead, Quinnipiac University Poll Finds; Many Clinton Dems Would Back Mccain Over Obama. That is the only poll out so far for today. I will update later. Her is a bit of it......

In this latest survey of 2,103 likely Democratic primary voters by the independent Quinnipiac (KWIN uh-pe-ack) University, 26 percent of Clinton supporters would switch to Arizona Sen. John McCain, the Republican, in November if Obama were the Democratic nominee. Nineteen percent of Obama backers would switch to McCain if Clinton were the Democratic nominee. A look at other groups shows:
  • White voters for Clinton 57 - 37 percent, compared to 56 - 38 percent last week;
  • Black voters back Obama 86 - 8 percent, compared to 75 - 17 percent;
  • Women back Clinton 54 - 40 percent, unchanged from 54 - 41 percent last week;
  • Men are for Obama 51 - 43 percent, compared to a 48 - 44 percent tie last week;
  • Reagan Democrats back Clinton 55 - 40 percent;
  • Voters under 45 go with Obama 55 - 39, while older voters back Clinton 55 - 40 percent.

"A bigger problem for Democrats looms in Pennsylvania. One out of four Clinton voters, including a third of men, say they will vote for Republican Sen. John McCain in November if Obama is the Democratic candidate."

Please go and read the poll at Quinnipiac.

I also have this for you to read. "Bad News for Barack: Media Moving Beyond Bitter"

This is a must read....."Obama's Flaws Multiply."

My list keeps growing..."In Darkest Pennsylvania"

More later............

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