Another firewall state for Hillary seems to be fading away.
Illinois Sen. Barack Obama, surging among younger voters, has cut Sen. Hillary Clinton’s lead among Pennsylvania likely Democratic primary voters to 6 points, 49 – 43 percent, after trailing by 16 points just two weeks ago, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released today. […] This compares to a 52 – 36 percent lead for Sen. Clinton February 14.
So what happened?
This biggest movement is among younger voters who went from 52 – 41 percent for Clinton February 14 to 58 – 41 percent for Obama today, a shift of 28 points.
Obviously Obama will have to count on more than just the youth vote in Pennsylvania, but I have a feeling if he gets a tie or a win in either Texas or Ohio, Pennsylvania will swing his way.