In results just released by Zogby, Obama outpolled Hillary Clinton 52% to 38%. Obama leads in all age groups except seniors and in all income groups except those earning under $25,000/year. Obama has a small lead among white voters, a larger lead among male voters and is tied with Clinton among women voters.
Zogby also found Obama running ahead of McCain with 47% to 40%. With the general election still 9 months away, the numbers for an Obama-McCain match up don't mean anything. But we may be seeing the end for Hillary in the latest polling figures.
So what's happening? The relentless efforts to define Obama's change mantra as style without substance are not impressing voters. The message to voters: "Obama is hoodwinking you." The response from voters: "No he's not. A change in style is exactly what we want."