Hillary up by 20 in New PA Poll (updated)

A new poll in Pennsylvania may be the first indication that Obama's verbal gaffe last weekend in San Francisco is not going over well with the public.

A new ARG poll, which last week showed Obama tied with Hillary Clinton at 45% each, now shows a massive shift away from the Illinois senator with Hillary up by 20 points 57-37:

Hillary Clinton leads Barack Obama 48% to 44% among men (45% of likely Democratic primary voters).

Among women, Clinton leads 64% to 31%. Clinton leads 64% to 29% among white voters (82% of likely Democratic primary voters).

Obama leads 79% to 18% among African American voters (14% of likely Democratic primary voters).

Clinton leads 52% to 43% among voters age 18 to 49 (50% of likely Democratic primary voters) and Clinton leads 62% to 31% among voters age 50 and older.
One other fascinating number from this poll; 23% of voters say that "excessive exposure to Obama's advertising is causing them to support Clinton."

I guess when you raise $40 million a month, it's not always a good idea to blanket the airwaves with your ads.

Hat Tip: Rich Baehr

Update -- Ed Lasky writes:

Also, note Rasmussen's Monday report:

Overall, among all voters nationwide, McCain is viewed favorably by 54% and unfavorably by 43%. Obama's ratings are 48% favorable and 50% unfavorable.

For Clinton, those numbers are 46% favorable, 51% unfavorable (see recent daily favorable ratings).

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Monday shows John McCain leading Barack Obama, 49% to 42%. The presumptive Republican nominee also leads Hillary Clinton 47% to 43%. Daily tracking results are updated daily at 9:30 a.m. Eastern Time (see recent general election results)
 
 
A new poll in Pennsylvania may be the first indication that Obama's verbal gaffe last weekend in San Francisco is not going over well with the public.

A new ARG poll, which last week showed Obama tied with Hillary Clinton at 45% each, now shows a massive shift away from the Illinois senator with Hillary up by 20 points 57-37:

Hillary Clinton leads Barack Obama 48% to 44% among men (45% of likely Democratic primary voters).

Among women, Clinton leads 64% to 31%. Clinton leads 64% to 29% among white voters (82% of likely Democratic primary voters).

Obama leads 79% to 18% among African American voters (14% of likely Democratic primary voters).

Clinton leads 52% to 43% among voters age 18 to 49 (50% of likely Democratic primary voters) and Clinton leads 62% to 31% among voters age 50 and older.
One other fascinating number from this poll; 23% of voters say that "excessive exposure to Obama's advertising is causing them to support Clinton."

I guess when you raise $40 million a month, it's not always a good idea to blanket the airwaves with your ads.

Hat Tip: Rich Baehr

Update -- Ed Lasky writes:

Also, note Rasmussen's Monday report:

Overall, among all voters nationwide, McCain is viewed favorably by 54% and unfavorably by 43%. Obama's ratings are 48% favorable and 50% unfavorable.

For Clinton, those numbers are 46% favorable, 51% unfavorable (see recent daily favorable ratings).

The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Monday shows John McCain leading Barack Obama, 49% to 42%. The presumptive Republican nominee also leads Hillary Clinton 47% to 43%. Daily tracking results are updated daily at 9:30 a.m. Eastern Time (see recent general election results)