Some data…

The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey shows Clinton leading Barack Obama by five percentage points in the Keystone State, 48% to 43%. That’s little changed from a week ago, but down from a ten-point lead two weeks ago, a thirteen-point lead in mid-March and a fifteen-point advantage in early March.

And what about the want to end this thing sooner rather than later?

Most Obama supporters, 58% now say Clinton should drop out of the race while just 19% disagree. A week ago, Obama supporters were more divided on that question—45% wanted Clinton to drop out while 39% disagreed.

Overall, 28% of Likely Democratic Primary Voters believe Clinton should get out of the race. That’s up from 21% a week ago. Eighteen percent (18%) say Obama should withdraw, unchanged from last week.

I think it’s getting more and more apparent that it’s going to be hard for Hill to pull off a big win here.

And if that doesn’t happen, well, what then?

Politics Rasmussen: Pennsylvania Tight, Hillary Leads By 5