[Patrick Appel]

The door is closing on Hillary Clinton’s campaign. Obama is doing better with lower income voters and Gallup shows him making gains with Latinos. Texas suddenly looks like much friendlier territory. A seventeen-point loss in Wisconsin isn’t something Clinton can spin.

Here is David Kurtz:

…the electorate isn't remaining static. It's moving, and the exit polls suggest it's moving toward Obama. Last week, Obama made gains among white voters and women in Virginia and Maryland. Today, the exit polls show him eroding her core constituencies further: he won among women, among middle-aged voters, among lower-income voters, and among union households.

If you're a Hillary supporter, there's not much in the Wisconsin results to raise your spirits.

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