You won't see these polls on the Guerilla Women for Hillary, who have been cheering on the Clinton/McCain swiftboating campaign against Barack Obama!
New polls have some BAD NEWS for the Clintonistas:
Wash Post/ABC News: Clinton "has lost trust among voters, a majority view her as dishonest"
Clinton is viewed as "honest and trustworthy" by just 39 percent of Americans, according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll, compared with 52 percent in May 2006. Nearly six in 10 said in the new poll that she is not honest and trustworthy. And now, compared with Obama, Clinton has a deep trust deficit among Democrats, trailing him by 23 points as the more honest, an area on which she once led both Obama and John Edwards.
The poll showed Obama leading Clinton by a ten-point margin: 51% - 41%.
More PA Polls Show Unexpected Close Race
The poll from Franklin & Marshall University and the Philadelphia Daily News has Clinton leading Obama by a 46% - 40% margin:
WITH THE Pennsylvania primary six days away, U.S. Sen. Barack Obama has moved within striking distance of rival U.S. Sen. Hillary Clinton, according to a new Daily News/Franklin & Marshall Poll.
Clinton clung to a lead of 46 percent to 40 percent for Obama among likely Democratic voters, with 14 percent undecided. In March, Clinton led 51 percent to 35 percent.
But experts said that the survey may not fully show the impact of Obama's statements last week that small-town Americans
are "bitter" over their economic status and "cling to guns or religion."
"It's too soon — you'd have to see polls taken Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday," said political consultant Neil Oxman. "It's clear [internal] polling in both campaigns show an uptick in support for her and a downtick for him."
This poll was conducted April 8 - 13, 2008. So, as instructed by Mr. Oxman, let's look at a poll conducted Monday and Tuesday (April 14th & 15th) from PPP Polling -- it shows an Obama lead: 45% - 42%, which is "a statistical tie":Barack
It seems more clear with each passing day that Hillary Clinton's efforts to hurt Barack Obama for his 'bitter' remarks are not working. Earlier this week PPP showed Obama maintaining a 20 point lead in North Carolina, and now for the third week in a row we show the race in Pennsylvania as a statistical tie.
Keep in mind that Hillary Clinton has dropped from a double digit lead to a close 5-6% lead. If she wins by less than 10%, it would really be a "victory" of sorts for Obama, and she will only get about 3 more delegates than he will get!
LA Times: Hillary Loses Traction Over Barack Obama in Pennsylvania and Indiana
It looks like the Clinton/McCain Attacks on Obama have helped Obama!
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