Currently, Hillary Clinton has 52% of the vote and Barack Obama has 44% of the vote. The entrance polls are interesting. Important candidate quality - 24% said experience and of those the majority thought Hillary Clinton had the most experience. I continue to find the experience question interesting. What experience does Hillary had that John Edwards or Barack Obama don't have? I'm just asking because I don't know the answer. Being First Lady does what? I makes you qualified to be First Lady doesn't it?
Hillary, Barack and John have all been senators. So, why does Hillary get the experience nod?
Update: Romney won the Republican Caucus.
Update II: Now, the spin. Hillary is on a roll. Hillary has won 2 in row. In my opinion, if Barack Obama wants to win he needs to be firm, positive and clear with the voters. He needs to point out lies when they come up but stay positive. He has to do better in the debates. He appears bland. He also needs to do better with woman and folks over 45. I'm not sure what John Edwards can do. I think his message is right on. I think that he is fighting the right fight. For reasons, that aren't clear, the public just isn't flocking to him. Hillary seems to be playing more of the divide and conquer. Maybe I'm wrong. I think that she has some great ideas but she really isn't running on them.