(CNN)–The CNN general election national poll of polls now shows both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton leading John McCain McCain by two points: 46 percent to 44 percent.
The last general election poll of polls - released May 15 - showed Obama leading McCain by five points (48 percent to 43 percent) and Clinton leading McCain by four points (48 percent to 44 percent).
Full poll results after the jump
NATIONAL GENERAL ELECTION POLL OF POLLS*
Voters’ Choice for President
Obama: 46 percent
McCain: 44 percent
Unsure: 10 percent
Clinton: 46 percent
*The national general election “poll of polls” consists of three surveys: Gallup (May 22-25/27), Newsweek (May 21-22), and Reuters/Zogby (May 15-18). The poll of polls does not have a sampling error.
My point was not based on how Obama and Hillary did against each other in the swing states, it is based on the latest polling data as to how Hillary vs. Obama does against McCain in those states. The current data has Hillary winning against McCain vs. Obama losing against McCain in Florida, Michigan and Ohio with PA too close to call.
I am a 60 year old WHITE women who has had enough of all this ....At one time I thought I would vote for Hillary thank God I havent yet....She might inspire some women but all this give it to me ,I want it ,It should me mine ,I am the queen has got on my every last nerve,,,
Just a spoiled Rich women who wants more and more...I would rather VOTE for Obama and take my chances Than vote for someone who doesn't mind distroying The party to get her way....
All the women voting against Clinton are the BIG LOSERS.