The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey shows Barack Obama with a narrow four-point advantage over Hillary Clinton, 47% to 43%. Nearly one-fourth of the voters say there’s a good chance they might change their mind. Five percent (5%) of those who currently support Obama and Clinton say there’s a good chance they could change their mind before voting.
Clinton leads by ten points among women but trails by twenty-three points among men. Clinton leads among voters over 65 while Obama has the edge among younger voters.In Hawaii, where no polling has taken place, the state's most powerful Democrat, longtime Senator