By The Associated Press
THE RACE: The presidential race for Democrats in Pennsylvania.
Hillary Rodham Clinton, 46 percent
Barack Obama, 40 percent
Clinton holds a narrower lead than she held in March when same poll showed her ahead by 16 points, 51 percent to 35 percent. She continues to lead Obama among women, older voters and union households. Clinton also holds a 20-point edge among Catholics, 58 percent to 38 percent. As in previous primaries, Obama does well with young voters and nonwhites. The two candidates split the male vote at 41 percent each.
The Franklin & Marshall College Poll was conducted by telephone from April 8-13. It involved interviews with 367 likely Democratic voters in Pennsylvania. The margin of sampling error was plus or minus 5.1 percent.
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