Tuesday, April 1, 2008

New Indiana Poll: Clinton up by 9% over Obama

We finally get a poll out of Indiana after going nearly two months without one. SurveyUSA released the survey this afternoon showing, perhaps somewhat surprisingly, that Clinton presently holds a 9% advantage over Obama in the state 52-43%. Clinton appears to have the advantage among most demographic groups. She is winning women by 17% (and men by 2%) and whites by 21%. Obama is winning the 18-34 crowd, but Clinton is winning all other age groups.

Now that we have a recent Indiana survey, I'll be posting new delegate estimates tonight. However, blogging will be light the rest of the week as I will be at the Midwest Political Science Association Meeting in Chicago.

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