Pennsylvania Primary: Exit Poll Results predict Clinton winApril 23rd, 2008 - 12:26 am ICT by amritpal
Early exit polls suggest that 550 out of 1000 voters have polled in favor of Clinton as agains 450 in Obama’s favor. This would mean a major victor for the Clinton campaign in the white dominated state. Earlier experts had predicted that out of the 85% whites, Obama had little support. However, analysts say that a double-digit win for Clinton seems unlikely. Though they don’t write-off Clinton’s stake on the Pennsylvania primary victory.
On the last day of the six-week long fight in PA, Obama yesterday claimed that the Clinton campaign had resorted to creating a scare among the people by using pictures of Osama and Hurricane disaster. However, a day earlier he had also accepted that any of the democrat candidate would be better than the Republican McCain. Clinton has taken this position earlier in her campaign.