Obama closes gap from 14 points to 6. Survey USA is now highly consistent with other polls of the state.
The survey concluded that Clinton will finish with 50 percent, 6 percentage points ahead of Obama. The margin of sampling error is 3.8 percent.
Looking only at SurveyUSA numbers and ignoring the polls that have been released by 12 competing pollsters in Pennsylvania, Obama gained ground in a week when he was largely on defense and off-message. Last week, SurveyUSA had Clinton ahead by 14 points. Monday, in a poll conducted using the identical methodology, SurveyUSA found Clinton ahead by 6 points.
Big gains came in Philly, among liberals, and among non-college graduates.
A large shift of support occurred in the Philadelphia area and other parts of Southeast Pennsylvania, which includes most of the state's African-American population. The poll found that Obama finished strongly, ahead of Clinton by 14 points within that demographic. Among liberals, Obama began 18 points behind Clinton but finished 11 points ahead of Clinton. Among those who have not graduated from college, Clinton led by 28 points last week, but by 15 points Monday.
All right, so this is awfully light on analysis, but you all wanted to see these results, didn't you?
EDIT: RealClearPolitics also reports that Quinnipiac has it Clinton +7. Here are their internals.
The non-ARG polls have actually become remarkably consistent. This is everything taken after the debate:
Rasmussen: Clinton +3
Mason-Dixon: Clinton +5
SurveyUSA: Clinton +6
Zogby: Clinton +6
Quinnipiac: Clinton +7
Suffolk: Clinton +10
ARG is now showing Clinton +13, for those who are inclined to count it.
PPP is also supposed to have a fresh set of numbers out today.