Poll: Hillary Up In Indiana

By Justin Gardner | Related entries in Barack, Democrats, Hillary, Indiana, Polls

Having the support of Evan Byah should help quite a bit, but will Hillary see this lead start to shrink like we’ve seen in Pennsylvania in the past week?

From SurveyUSA:

In a Democratic Primary in Indiana today, 04/01/08, 5 weeks until votes are counted, Hillary Clinton defeats Barack Obama 52% to 43%, according to a SurveyUSA poll conducted for WHAS-TV Louisville and WCPO-TV Cincinnati.

Obama leads 3:2 among the youngest voters.

Clinton leads 2:1 among the oldest voters.

Clinton leads by 21 points among whites.

Obama leads by 58 points among blacks.

Obama leads in greater Indianapolis.

Clinton leads in Northern, Central and Southern Indiana.

Clinton leads by 2 among men and by 17 among women.

For anybody who has been following the exit polls throughout the primaries, this seems like a pretty typical cross section for a traditionally red state.

More as it develops…

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One Response to “Poll: Hillary Up In Indiana”

  1. Micki Says:

    Hillary is a force to be reckoned with. Check out this video:


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