Polls keep changing, but the pattern is slightly encouraging for Hillary’s camp:
Hillary Clinton has made up some of the ground she’s lost to her Democratic presidential rivals over the last few weeks.
With 42 percent of support among Democratic voters, Clinton has widened the gap between her and Sen. Bernie Sanders. In the new CNN/ORC national poll, Sanders grabbed 24 percent and Vice President Joe Biden won 22 percent.
In the same poll just weeks prior, Clinton had 37 percent of those polled, followed by Sanders with 24 percent and Biden with 20 percent.