Suffolk University’s poll finds that Hillary has solid support, but Obama could make a final charge.
Hillary Clinton (49 percent) leads Barack Obama (43 percent) among likely Indiana Democratic voters, according to a poll released today by Suffolk University.
Six percent of Democratic voters were undecided, and 2 percent refused a response. However, 38 percent of these likely Democratic voters — which include registered Democrats, Republicans, members of other political parties and independents — said they would vote for John McCain in November if their Democratic choice does not win the partyâ€™s nomination.
“Itâ€™s no slam-dunk, but Hillary Clinton is poised to win the Hoosier state, provided there arenâ€™t some critical turnovers late,” said David Paleologos, director of the Suffolk University Political Research Center. “Although the margin appears to be single digits at this point, the outcome will hinge on high turnouts in Marion and Lake counties, which are crucial for Obama.”
No doubt this will be a tight one.