New Texas Poll: It's Not Over Yet
A new Texas Rasmussen poll shows Obama at 48%, Hillary at 44%. But, those numbers should be within the margin of error, and:
Eight percent (8%) remain undecided and another 12% say it’s possible they could change their mind. That latter figure includes 3% who say there’s a good chance they could change their mind.
- 73% of the undecided have a favorable view of Hillary compared to 69% for Obama (among all voters, it's 76 favorable for Hillary and 75 for Obama.
- Obama leads by sixteen points among men, but trails by nine among women.
- Hillary is still leading among Hispanic voters by 7 points.
- 79% believe Hillary "would be at least somewhat likely to win the White House if nominated" compared to 78% for Obama.
A negative: Obama's NAFTA spin about Hillary is working.
Bottom line: This is a fluid race where either candidate could win.
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