Monday, April 21, 2008

Democratic Tracking Poll: President

Barack Obama 57
Hillary Clinton 32

The bigger question than whether Obama would win North Carolina at this point might be whether it will even matter. If Obama manages to pull out a win or even a narrow defeat in Pennsylvania tomorrow, it seems quite possible that Clinton would drop out before the NC primary.

Regardless, this is the fifth consecutive PPP poll that has shown Obama with a lead over 18 points in North Carolina. His success is pretty much across the board- a 17 point lead with women, a 36 point advantage with men, large leads across every age group, and in most regions of the state.

Obama is doing particularly well in the areas where he had successful events and a ton of media coverage last week- a 36 point lead in the Triangle and a 31 point margin in eastern North Carolina.

Full results here.

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