The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone poll shows Hillary Clinton gaining support and Barak Obama losing his.
According to a report from the Rasmussen web site, Hillary is up two points from a week ago to 37%, whereas Obama has dropped five points from 30% to 25%.
John Edwards also showed an increase, up to 17% from 11% a week ago.
Rasmussen Reports releases national polling data on the Democratic nomination process every Monday and on the Republican race each Tuesday. The current survey of 757 Likely Democratic Primary Voters was conducted March 19-22, 2007. The margin of sampling error is +/-4 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence.
In a separate poll, Democratic voters in Arizona still favor Hillary Clinton over Obama, but the contest is tightening. According to a story in the East Valley Tribune, Hillary led Obama by seven percentage points in a Rocky Mountain poll that was conducted from March 10 through Wednesday. She paced Obama by twice that much, 14 percent, in a similar poll in January.