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Indiana Democratic Primary

Indiana: Clinton 46% Obama 41%

Thursday, May 01, 2008

Senator Hillary Clinton leads Senator Barack Obama by five percentage points in the Indiana Democratic Presidential Primary. The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey of the state finds Clinton attracting 46% of the vote while Obama earns 41%. With just a week to go before Election Day, 13% remain undecided.

Eighty-two percent (82%) of Clinton voters say they are “certain” they will vote for her while 77% of Obama supporters say the same about their decision. Among supporters of each candidate, just 4% say there’s a good chance they will change their mind.

Clinton leads by nineteen percentage points among White voters. Obama leads 90% to 4% among African-Americans.

Obama leads among voters under 40 while Clinton has the edge among older voters. The former First Lady is especially strong among those over 65--she leads by a two-to-one margin among senior citizens.

The survey was conducted Tuesday night. That was after Obama’s denunciation of his former Pastor but before Hoosiers had a chance to see it in the morning newspapers.

Clinton is viewed favorably by 73% of Likely Indiana Primary Voters while Obama earns positive reviews from 70%. Those figures include 46% with a Very Favorable opinion of Clinton and 39% who think that highly of Obama.

Fifty percent (50%) of Clinton voters have a favorable opinion of Obama. Fifty-one percent (51%) of Obama voters have a favorable opinion of Clinton.

Prior to the release of this poll, Rasmussen Markets data showed that Clinton was heavily favored to win the Indiana Primary. These results are updated on a 24/7 basis by the actions of market participants (it costs nothing to participate). Current pricing suggests that Clinton has an 84.0 % of winning in Indiana.

Nationally, following Jeremiah Wright’s media tour, Clinton has gained ground on Obama in the Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll. Obama continues to lead Clinton in the other state slated to vote on May 6--North Carolina.

Fifty-one percent (51%) of those surveyed were women, 49% men. Eighty-five percent (85%) were White and 12% African-American. Eight percent (8%) were under 30 and 52% over 50.

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