[cnn-photo-caption image= http://i.cdn.turner.com/cnn/2008/images/04/04/art.candid.gi.jpg caption=" The race appears to be narrowing in Pennsylvania."]
(CNN)- It is still unclear how much, if any damage was done to Sen. Barack Obama's presidential run as a result of his 'bitter' comments last week, but a CNN poll of poll released Wednesday suggests the affects in Pennsylvania appear to be minimal.
The latest CNN poll of polls - which combines the results of four surveys taken between April 8 and April 14 - shows Hillary Clinton leading Barack Obama in Pennsylvania by 5 points with 47 percent to his 42 percent.
Because a some of the surveys were conducted before Obama's comments on some rural voters were reported, the average does not fully account for any potential fallout.
The four surveys include the Franklin and Marshall poll conducted April 8 through 13, the LA Times/Bloomberg poll conducted April 10 through 14, the Quinnipiac Poll conducted April 9 through 13, and the Zogby poll conducted April 9 and 10.
Over the past weeks, polls have fluctuated dramatically, but 11 percent of those questioned remain undecided ahead of Tuesday's primary in Pennsylvania.
Throughout the primary season, Democratic National Committee chairman Howard Dean has said these polls are meaningless until after Labor Day.