Following on the heels of that tied Connecticut poll, a new Massachusetts poll — conducted on the night Ted Kennedy endorsed Obama — shows Hillary’s lead at just 6% — down from 37% a week earlier (in a poll by a different polling firm, but still).
Also, Hillary is only up by 12% in her home (er, “home”) state of New York. Obama could pick up a pretty big chunk of delegates in the Empire State.
UPDATE: Obama’s within 3% in California!
This is sounding more and more like a trend. But Obama needs something to put him over the top. Like, say, a strong performance in tonight’s debate, followed by a John Edwards endorsement tomorrow morning.