(CNN) - Hillary Clinton appears to have widened her lead over Barack Obama in Pennsylvania with just 24 hours remaining until voters there head to the polls.
According to a CNN average of several polls released over the weekend, Clinton holds a 7 point lead over Obama, 50 percent to 43 percent. That margin, taken from surveys conducted entirely after the contentious ABC News debate last week, is slightly wider than it has been over the last ten days.
A CNN "poll of polls" late last week showed the two Democrats separated by only 5 points and a similiar CNN survey of polls on April 10 suggested Clinton's lead stood at 4 points then.
But Clinton's current 7 point advantage is still down from where it was at the beginning of April when several polls suggested she held a double digit lead over Obama.
The current CNN poll of polls included surveys from Zogby, Suffolk University, and Quinnipiac.