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Survey USA Out of Step? Strategic Vision Puts Hillary Ahead in PA by 5

I hear from David Johnson of Strategic Vision that his company will be releasing a Pennsylvania poll tomorrow .

The poll, conducted April 4-6, 2008 of 1200 likely Pennsylvania voters, shows Clinton leading with 47 percent to Obama 42 percent. Interestingly, in the general election match-up it shows Clinton 45percent to 42 percent for McCain; and McCain 48 percent to 41 percent for Obama. For the Democratic primary the margin of error is +/- 4.5% for the general election it is +/-3%.
The SurveyUSA numbers Rich posted in the Corner are fascinating, but so far, other pollsters aren’t seeing the Hillary bounce that SUSA sees…

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