Keystone state voters prefer old-school to bling, Politico reports—which is why they favor Hillary Clinton by 12 points in the state's April 22 primary. “If you are going to introduce a brand new product, you don’t come to Pennsylvania,” one analyst said. “We are much more about heritage than cutting edge here.” Hillary has the heritage: Her father grew up there, and her last name has already hit the ballot twice thanks to husband Bill.
Almost two-thirds of state voters hold Clinton in high regard, while Barack Obama's favorability rating has sunk from 57% to 47% over the past month. Obama is also lacking big state endorsements and has only stumped in Pennsylvania for 3 days. “These polls coming out right now are capturing his nadir,” one pollster said.