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 Polls are looking good for Obama as Hillary loses the big lead she's held for most of the primary season. Is Bill Clinton Hillary's biggest liability, instead of the asset most assumed? Sure looks that way as Hillary falls while Obama rises. 

P ollster John Zogby: "A very big single day for Obama in California (49%-32% over Clinton) and Missouri (49%-39% single day). In California, Obama has widened his lead in the north and pulled ahead in the south. He leads among Democrats and Independents, liberals and moderates, men (by 21 points),among whites, and African Americans. He holds big leads among voters who say Iraq and immigration are their top concerns. Clinton holds a big lead among Hispanics (though Obama has made some inroads), women, voters over 65, and has pulled ahead among those citing the economy.

"In Missouri, Obama leads two to one in the St. Louis region, and has solid leads with independents, voters under 50, and African Americans. He also leads among Missouri women. Clinton leads among whites and has big leads in the Kansas City and southwestern region.

"New Jersey tied in the single day as well as three-day. It is razor thin close in all regions. Obama has 12 point leads among Independents and men, while Clinton is up by 12 among women. Obama has a 25 point lead among young voters, while Clinton leads among older voters.

California - Democrats
Democrats

2/1-3

1/31-2/2

Obama

46%

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45%

Clinton

40%

41%

Gravel

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<1%

<1%

Someone else

5%

6%

Undecided

9%

9%

california poll
Gender AgeGroup AgeGroup-B
Total Male Female 18-29 30-49 50-64 65+ 18-24 25-34 35-54 55-69 70+
% % % % % % % % % % % %
Hillary Clinton 40.4 33.3 46.9 32.3 39.1 42.3 46.4 20.1 43.5 39.0 41.9 47.4
Michael Gravel .2 .2 .2
.3 .3


.5

Barack Obama 46.0 54.3 38.3 58.5 47.4 46.8 36.9 73.6 43.9 48.5 45.3 35.8
Someone else 5.0 4.2 5.7
6.4 3.6 7.3

6.3 5.3 6.4
NS 8.5 8.0 8.9 9.2 6.7 7.1 9.4 6.2 12.6 5.7 7.4 10.3
Total 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

 

Zogyy reports,

"Obama’s lead over Clinton in California grew by two points, with 46% saying they would support him, compared to 40% for Clinton. Obama had a four-point lead over Clinton among white voters, with 45% of their support to her 41% support. Black voters liked him four-to-one over Clinton (72% to 16%), while Hispanics preferred the former first lady, giving her 55% support to his 36%. The survey included 967 likely voters and carried a 3.2 point margin of error. "

 

Missouri - Democrats
Democrats

2/1-3

1/31-2/2

Obama

47%

43%

Clinton

42%

44%

Gravel

<1%

1%

Someone else

3%

3%

Undecided

9%

10%

Zogby: Obama leapfrogged over Clinton in Missouri, gaining four points while she dropped two points to end the tracking period with 47% support to her 42%. Clinton continued to lead among white voters with 48% of their support to Obama’s 40%, while Obama had a four-to-one margin over Clinton with African American voters, with 72% of their support to her 18% support. The survey included 851 likely voters and carried a margin of error of +/-3/4 points.

5000. All Votes Democratic Missouri

Region Party Likelihood
Total Kansas City Sw St Louis Metro Other Democratic Republican Independent Def Democrat V lkly Dem
% % % % % % % % % %
Hillary Clinton 42.0 48.1 52.4 30.3 50.4 44.3 27.1 38.1 41.6 43.2
Michael Gravel .2   .7 .2   .2       .6
Barack Obama 46.5 41.0 31.9 59.3 38.2 44.4 63.8 49.3 47.2 44.4
Someone else 2.5 1.8 .8 3.2 3.0 2.1 2.7 3.8 2.4 2.8
NS 8.8 9.1 14.2 7.1 8.4 8.9 6.3 8.7 8.7 8.8
Total 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0

 

Note the huge difference between Obama and Clinton among Republicans. Will some support Obama? And this may support the claims that a Clinton candidacy will drive Republicans to the polls to oppose her. 

Georgia - Democrats
Democrats

2/1-3

1/31-2/2

Obama

48%

48%

Clinton

31%

28%

Gravel

2%

1%

Someone else

10%

10%

Undecided

11%

13%

Zogby: Obama was still well ahead in Georgia in the second tracking poll, with 48% support to Clinton’s 31% support. African-Americans, who made up half the sample, preferred the Illinois senator, giving him 67% of their support to Clinton’s 18%. Clinton attracted 43% of white support, compared to Obama’s 30%. Obama was also ahead among women, getting 47% of their backing to Clinton’s 32%. The Georgia Dems survey included 864 likely voters and carried a margin of error of +/- 3.4 percent.

 

New Jersey - Democrats
Democrats

2/1-3

1/31-2/2

Clinton

43%

43%

Obama

43%

42%

Gravel

1%

1%

Someone else

3%

4%

Undecided

10%

10%

Zogby: Obama and Clinton were dead-even in New Jersey, each with 43% each and with 10% of voters undecided. Clinton was ahead among Democratic voters, 45% to 42%, but Obama had more support from independents, with 48% of their support to Clinton’s 34%. Half of women (50%) supported the former First Lady, compared to 38% for Obama. It was almost a mirror image among men, however, with 48% supporting Obama to 35% for Clinton. This survey included 847 likely voters and carried a margin of error of +/- 3.4 points.

Obama's problem is there are almost 50% more women than men who vote democratic.  

The USA Today Poll shows Hillary with 42% to Obama's 41% 

CBS/NY Times poll  puts Obama/Hillary Dead even at 41 % each

 It looks like Americans are ready for a woman president, ready for a Black president, but, ironically,  they may not be ready for a male first mate, particularly Bill Clinton. 

 

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