April 22nd, 2008
07:17 PM ET
10 years ago

Exit polls: Clinton blamed for more unfair attacks

(CNN) - The Democratic presidential race has taken a negative turn over the last several weeks - and most Pennsylvania Democrats appear to blame Hillary Clinton.

According to the exit polls, two thirds of Pennsylvania Democrats say Clinton has launched unfair attacks against Barack Obama. Only 30 percent of voters say she hasn't.

Meanwhile, 49 percent of Pennsylvania Democrats said Obama has attacked Clinton unfairly while 48 percent say he has not.

Filed under: Bill Schneider • Exit Polls
soundoff (153 Responses)
  1. jbo

    the older peoplenonly vote for hillary because they are affraid of a black man being presedent

    April 22, 2008 10:12 pm at 10:12 pm |
  2. Larry Buchas

    Congratulations, spineless Democrats.

    I tried very hard but I can't stand the Clintons anymore. I refuse to vote for her because 27% of Hillary's supporters say they will vote for McCain if Barack wins the nomination. I said I would vote for her but no more.

    I can't stomach those liars. They are in the same league as the Bush clan. This country deserves what they keep voting for, hatred and division.

    April 22, 2008 10:18 pm at 10:18 pm |
  3. Judy

    I will not vote for her if she strong arms her way to the nomination. I think George W. would be proud of her fear-mongering campaign and her out and out lies and manipulations of "The facts.' I am an independent who has voted for both republican and democratic candidates for 22 years and I just cannot support the Billary show making a comeback. She will take this to the convention folks and then Billary will start their strong-arm tactics with delegates and then the primary system show claims to support will all be for naught. As a 40-something white women, I am so disappointed we don't have a better woman candidates.

    April 22, 2008 10:22 pm at 10:22 pm |
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