Larry Eichel reports...
In the Sunday paper, I had a story about how the national polls have been amazingly constant when seen from a time perspective of three or four weeks -- despite the furors over Rev. Wright and Bosnian sniper fight. Barack Obama was a few points ahead nationally before those stories broke. He's a few points ahead nationally now.
But in Pennsylvania, there has been some clear movement in Obama's direction. The only question is how much.
The latest poll, out today, comes from the American Research Group. It has the Pennsylvania race tied, 45% for Obama and 45% for Hillary Clinton. The survey was taken over the weekend -- a lot of pollsters think polling on a Saturday can get you skewed results -- and has a margin of error of plus/minus 4 percent.