Sólo en Pennsylvania, un 53% de los que apoyan a Hillary Clinton, dicen que votarán por Obama en la elección general, si este es el nominado demócrata. La Senadora Clinton amplia su ventaja para la primaria del 22 de abril. Franklin & Marshall College Poll.
(...) In the new Franklin & Marshall College Poll, some good news for Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-NY, and some troubling news for Democrats.
Clinton leads Sen. Barack Obama, D-Illinois, 51% to 35% — increasing her lead from February, when she was up 44% to 37%. She leads among young voters, wealthier voters…voters in virtually every demographic group, with the exceptions of Philly voters and non-whites.
In a sign of just how divisive and ugly the Democratic fight has gotten, only 53% of Clinton voters say they’ll vote for Obama should he become the nominee. Nineteen percent say they’ll go for Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., and 13% say they won’t vote.
Sixty percent of Obama voters say they’ll go for Clinton should she win the nomination, with 20% opting for McCain, and three percent saying they won’t vote. (...)