Senator Hillary Clinton's lead in the Pennsylvania Primary is shrinking.
The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in Pennsylvania shows Clinton leading Barack Obama by just five percentage points, 47% to 42%. For Clinton, that five-point edge is down from a ten-point lead a week ago, a thirteen-point lead in mid-March and a fifteen-point advantage in early March.
Her lead is down to only 5 points now. This has been typical this entire cycle. Clinton leads in a state for months and then once their primary date gets closer, and Obama gets out there and starts campaigning he ends up eating away at that lead, or even beating her. I want to hear the pundits talk it away if Obama ends up winning Pa.