By Paul Gleiser | April 22, 2008 | Print This
At one time, Hillary Clinton had as much as a 30 percentage point lead over Barack Obama in polls taken prior to Tuesday’s Pennsylvania primary.
Such huge leads never hold and by Monday, the polls placed Clinton in the lead by anywhere from five to eight percentage points.
It appears that Clinton has beat that spread, winning by approximately 55% to 45% over Barack Obama and, in so doing, keeping her campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination alive at least for now.
What does the decisive Clinton victory mean? ABC’s David Chalian reports on the possible impact. Click here to listen.
Hillary speaks to supporters in Philadelphia. Click here to listen.