by Jonathan Singer, Tue Mar 04, 2008 at 01:16:00 PM EST
Update [2008-3-4 18:13:27 by Jonathan Singer]: Just across my desk come some early exit poll data that looks different, though not tremendously different, from the numbers posted below from Jim Geraghty. Take with a number of big grains of salt, but this is what I just heard:
Vermont: Obama 67, Clinton 33
Ohio: Obama 51, Clinton 49
Texas: Obama 51, Clinton 49
Rhode Island: Clinton 49, Obama 49
I'm still trying chase down some numbers from my sources, but it looks like NRO's Jim Geraghty has gotten his hands on not one but two sets of early exit polling data (perhaps coming from different points in the day, though also perhaps from different pollsters). Here's what he has:
For the first set, Obama is up by 2 percent in Ohio, Hillary is up by 2 percent in Texas, Hillary is up by 3 percent in Rhode Island and Obama is up by a 2 to 1 margin in Vermont.
The second set is similarly close - Hillary up by 2 percent in Ohio, the two Democrats tied in Texas, Obama ahead by 2 percent in Rhode Island and a similar 2 to 1 margin in Vermont.
Again, we'll pass along what we get if and when we get it...