Hillary Clinton trails Barack Obama by 4% in Texas and holds a statistically meaningless 1-point lead in Ohio just two days ahead of what could be defining contests in both states, according to a Reuters/C-SPAN/Houston Chronicle poll released today. But "it's way too close in both states to say either one has a significant advantage," pollster John Zogby said.
Clinton lost 2 percentage points in Texas over yesterday's poll results and now lags 47% to 43%, but picked up 1 point in Ohio. Some 5% of Ohio Democrats are undecided, as are 7% in Texas. Presumptive Republican nominee John McCain holds huge leads over Mike Huckabee in both states.