This last week she apparently ran nothing but attack ads against Obama and that could have hurt her.
Despite all the down-to-the-wire campaigning, preliminary exit poll results indicate that nearly eight in 10 Pennsylvania voters made up their minds at least a week ago, and six in 10 decided on their candidate more than a month ago — a higher number of early deciders than the norm in Democratic primaries to date.
As far as campaigning, many discern a negative tone â€” and more blame it on Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., than on Barack Obama, D-Ill. Two-thirds of Pennsylvania voters in preliminary exit poll results say Clinton attacked Obama unfairly; fewer, but still about half, also say Obama unfairly attacked Clinton.
It’s interesting that a lot of people decided who they’d vote for a long time ago, but given the recent polls from PA doesn’t this bode well for Hillary despite the perceptions of these negative attacks?
Still, more PA voters think Obama will take it…
Despite who wins in Pennsylvania, overall expectations are on Obama’s side â€” more than half in these preliminary results say they expect him, not Clinton, to be the party’s eventual nominee.
More as it develops…