Here it is: Obama 51, Clinton 38.
Of note, this polling was done before BitterGate, but as we’ve seen with Gallup’s national numbers, Obama’s comments have had little to no effect on his national stature.
The poll found Obama made gains in the last month among at least two key national constituencies that have sustained Clinton’s bid. The Illinois senator led among women, 48 percent to 42 percent, and among whites, 46 percent to 41 percent.
Obama also held big leads among men, blacks, young voters and high-income voters. Clinton, a New York senator, led among the elderly, Hispanics and voters with less than a high-school education.
Obama has been steadily narrowing the gap on Clinton in Pennsylvania, where her sizable double-digit poll lead had dwindled to single digits in most recent polls.
More as it develops…
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