Last week I noticed that Obama had not broken 45 percent in any poll in Pennsylvania. Since then, three new polls by Rasmussen, Mason-Dixon, and Zogby put Obama at 44, 43 and 43 percent, respectively. Hillary’s lead is modest, in the high 40s, and all three have undecided/not sure/somebody else about 8 to 10 percent.
In Ohio, most of the undecideds broke for Hillary. One would think between the demographics of the state and the rough news cycles Obama has had, that we would see a similar phenomenon on Tuesday. But time will tell.