Kentucky Polls: Clinton Maintains Huge Lead Over Obama

Kentucky Polls: Clinton Maintains Huge Lead Over ObamaSen. Hillary Clinton has been maintaining huge lead over Sen. Barack Obama since the agencies started tracking the presidential hopefuls in the Bluegrass State, Kentucky. Check out what the Kentucky polls say.

Survey USA Kentucky Poll conducted on 28-30 March showed Clinton leading Obama – 58 % to 29 % among Kentucky Democratic primary voters. The poll, with MoE = 3.9%, showed Clinton having 29 % points’ lead over Obama. It indicated a massive victory for Clinton.

Survey USA Kentucky Poll conducted on 12-14 April showed Clinton leading Obama by 36 % points – 62 % to 26 % among Kentucky Democratic primary voters. The poll, with MoE = 4.0%, indicated a very big win for Clinton.

Survey USA Kentucky Poll conducted on 26-28 April showed Clinton leading Obama by 36 % points – 63 % to 27 % among Kentucky Democratic primary voters. The poll, with MoE = 4.0%, indicated a very big win for Clinton.   
   
Survey USA Kentucky Poll conducted on 3-5 May showed Clinton leading Obama – 62 % to 28 % among Kentucky Democratic primary voters.
With MoE = 3.9%, the poll gave Clinton 34 % points’ lead over Obama. It indicated a huge win for Clinton.

Rasmussen Reports Kentucky Poll conducted on 5 may showed Clinton leading Obama by 25 % points – 56 % to 31 % among Kentucky Democratic primary voters. The poll, with MoE = 3.4%, indicated a very big win for Clinton.   

Well, so far 100% Kentucky Polls have favored Clinton, but only the time to come will tell if Clinton could maintain her lead over Obama. Kentucky Democratic Primary is on 20 May. There are 60 delegates at stake in Kentucky.

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