Hillary Clinton 50
Barack Obama 44
The Hispanic vote saved Hillary Clinton in California, and now it looks like it might do the same in Texas. She is getting almost as much of the Hispanic vote as Obama is of the black vote and that's propelled her to the lead in the state.
Obama has worked hard to court Hispanic voters in the state, but Clinton still leads 67-30 among them. Clinton has also taken a strong (58-37) lead among white voters after our poll last week showed Obama with the edge there.
Obama particularly has a white male problem. PPP's poll last week showed Obama leading 58-37 with that group. Clinton has flipped that around to a 54-41 advantage.
Like in Ohio, Obama is not seeing the same success with young voters in Texas that he has had in a lot of early primary states. He leads just 50-47 with voters aged 18-29 and 49-43 with folks 30-45.
John McCain 50
Mike Huckabee 38
Ron Paul 6
Huckabee has reduced McCain's lead 4 points from a poll last week but McCain should still win easily.
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