Taking the Pulse of Pennsylvania Voters

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Sixty-two percent of voters polled who've switched their party registration to Democratic since January say they will vote for Sen. Barack Obama, says Terry Madonna, professor of politics at Franklin and Marshall College. The state has some 275,000 people newly eligible to vote in the Democratic primary.

Madonna talks to Scott Simon about his pollsters' findings and the mood of Pennsylvania's voters.



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