The primary is on May 6th, but this one is already starting to shape up as a toss up.
In a sample of 400 likely Democratic primary voters, Clinton would reap 49 percent of the vote and Obama would earn 46 percent of the vote if the election were held today. […]
Obama has a solid lead (63 percent to 36 percent) among respondents age 18 to 29.
Clinton, meanwhile, holds 60 percent of respondents older than 60 years old, to Obamaâ€™s 34 percent.
And Clinton holds a seven-point lead over Obama among voters age 30 to 44, and a six-point lead with voters age 45 to 59.
SurveyUSA showed Hill up by 9 a few days ago.
ARG has a new poll that shows Hillary ahead by 9, 53/44.
She leads 59/38 with Dem voters.
Obama leads 64/31 with Indys.