Democrats Buyers Remorse? Hillary Clinton Overtakes Obama 47% – 40% Nationally On Eve of IN & NC Primaries


Its called Democratic Buyer’s Remorse.

In politics does it matter how one starts or how one finishes? That is the big debate going on in the Democratic party as voters and Super Delegates anguish over who should be the Democratic candidate for President, Obama or Clinton.

On the eve and now day of the Indiana and North Carolina Primaries, Hillary Clinton now has a 47% – 40% lead nationally. This marks a dramatic swing from previous polls. The problem for Obama is, the more the public finds out about him the less they like what they see. It appears that many have buyers remorse for every having voted for Obama.

These results are in contrast to a poll conducted by Ipsos from April 23rd to April 27th and released last week which showed that Obama had a forty-six percent to forty-three percent lead over Clinton on this same question. Democratic support for Clinton remains highest from women (51%), who have a high-school education or less (58%), and very low income respondents (57% among those with an annual household income of $25,000 or less).

The question remains, did this Hillary Clinton surge come too late as Hot Air poses. Did the liberal main stream media do what they set out to do from the outset and hide what Obama is about to the voters and present only this happy, joy, joy facade of Change. See what The Tennessee Guerilla Woman have to saw on the issue, one of my favorite new internet sites.

The question for the Democrats is … does anyone really think Barack Obama would be leading Hillary Clinton if all was known about Obama, his wife and Reverend Wright from the outset? The answer is a resounding, NO!

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  • Comments

    4 Responses to “Democrats Buyers Remorse? Hillary Clinton Overtakes Obama 47% – 40% Nationally On Eve of IN & NC Primaries”

    1. richard on May 6th, 2008 7:03 am

      We should find out today in Indiana and North Carolina. I understand that Clinton leads the race in Indiana, and Obama does in North Carolina.

    2. on May 6th, 2008 7:17 am


      And why is this so? Because Hillary is the Presidential Candidate of the Freebies! She’s promised far more than the taxpayers can possibly pay and the uneducated looking for a handout, believe her. Our modern day Robinhood plans to steal from the rich to make us all poor.

    3. Just Bearly on May 6th, 2008 9:57 am

      Neither candidate seems to have a lock unless the pledged super delegates start swinging toward Hillary as a political mandate thing from the people.

      IMO all of this (Democratic) primary run really begins to uncover the underbelly and seamy side of our USA politics. I cannot with any conviction vote for either of the two democratic candidates, although I would not mind seeing an eventual change in Washington. I pray- God bless America the next four years whoever gets elected.

    4. brie. on May 6th, 2008 12:46 pm

      #3…prayer is right Just Bearly…this is a mess…

      There is no way that Obama is equipped or experienced to handle the tough decisions of this country…..we have had some great Democratic Presidents but the whole party is falling apart…I’m for McCain because I know he will protect this country…..I don’t want to spend money for Bill’s cigar’s….and have to clean up his nonsense…

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