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(CNN) - As has been the case in past primary states, supporters of Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama part ways when it comes to what qualities they most want in a president.
Among Clinton supporters in Pennsylvania, 47 percent say a candidate's experience matters most, compared to 27 percent who name a candidate's ability to bring about change. Fourteen percent say they want a candidate who "cares about people."
The numbers are essentially reversed when it comes to Obama supporters. Nearly 75 percent say they want a candidate who can bring about change, 14 percent want a candidate who cares about people. Only 3 percent of Obama supporters name a candidate's experience as most important to their vote.