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Texas Poll: Is Race Shifting Clinton’s Way?

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An InsiderAdvantage poll conducted Wednesday night has Hillary Clinton leading Barack Obama in Texas 47 percent to 43 percent with 10 percent undecided and a 4 point margin of error. InsiderAdvantage’s Matt Towery says: “This is a classic sign that a race might be starting to turn. We see the undecided voters increasing and unsettled numbers in key age brackets. Moreover, Clinton has expanded her lead among Hispanic voters, while holding onto white votes. She has dropped slightly among women, but has gained among men…If these trends continue over the coming days, then it might be fair to say the race is slowly drifting Clinton’s way.”

See other recent Texas polls here and here.

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