LAT/Bloomberg: Tight In PA, Obama Up Elsewhere

Yes, in answer to the question I know you're asking: this poll was conducted Thursday through Monday, which means that most of the sample was exposed to at least some of the news coverage about Sen. Obama's San Francisco remarks. Hillary Clinton's lead is very narrow -- six points -- and Obama leads strongly in North Carolina and is winning, albeit by a smaller margin, in Indiana. A few interesting nuggets: in North Carolina, 30% of Clinton supporters say they'd switch to McCain if Obama were the nominee. Only in Pennsylvania does Clinton lead the "commander-in-chief" question. And in all three states, Obama is seen as more admirable than Clinton on a whole host of issues.