Gallup: Obama Leads By 4
Obama did get a bump after the primaries, but not a big one. They’re still technically tied.
Some experts expected the race would dramatically turn in Obama’s favor following the Indiana and North Carolina primaries. His decisive win in North Carolina and Clinton’s narrow victory in Indiana made her odds of overcoming Obama’s delegate lead longer, and his nomination seem inevitable. Since then, Obama has received a number of superdelegate endorsements to overtake Clinton on that count, but perhaps not the flood of endorsements some predicted. His support among the party rank and file as measured by Gallup Poll Daily tracking has also picked up nationally in recent days, though his four percentage point advantage does not attain statistical significance.