Many credited Clinton's strong appeal to Hispanics for helping her win the important Feb. 5 California primary, and her support among this key group gives the campaign hope for a comeback victory in the March 4 Texas primary. But the tracking data suggest her support advantage among Hispanics may be eroding, at least on a national level. In the Feb. 5-9 data, Clinton led Obama by nearly 2-to-1, 63%-32%, among Hispanic Democratic voters.
In the most recent polling, the two are essentially tied among this constituency, with 50% preferring Obama and 46% Clinton.
He's made gains in other key constituencies as well. Interesting poll...check it out.