If Obama has a problem with Jewish voters, it isn’t showing up in the exit polls. Clinton beat Obama by 55 to 45 percent among Jews, according to CNN exits, and that roughly tracks with how she’s likely to do in the state. This is the first relatively competitive state in the Democratic primaries where we’ve had a large enough Jewish population to get somewhat reliable data, and it seems that Obama is in decent shape with this demographic.
UPDATE: CNN update its numbers, and her advantage among Jewish voters is a more substantial 57-43. That could have made a difference in Montgomery County, an crucial suburban area with a large Jewish population in which Clinton edged out Obama 50.7 percent to 49.3 percent.
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