It's hilarious to me how the press is spinning this campaign in Hillary Clinton's favor. I don't know if there was a time when the press was pushing Barack, but they are definitely promoting the story of a Hillary comeback now - and its perplexing.
With universal name recognition, and leveraging the equity of being First Lady, Clinton blows a 20%+ lead in Pennsylvania - a state that is full of people representing her base - and she is somehow seen to be the one with the momentum now??? How exactly does that work?
Barack maintained his almost insurmountable lead in the race for the Democratic nomination (his over-all delegate lead may fall by less than 10 votes). In fact, as I understand it, he clinched the majority in total elected delegates yesterday. The Pennsylvania primary also showed Barack increasing his share of white and older voters - continuing to broaden his coalition of support while eating into Clinton's base.
At the end of the day, Obama made significant inroads in Pennsylvania, cutting Hillary's lead from over 20% down to single digits (9.2 points as of now) and he is still in firm control in the race for the Democratic nomination. To use a tennis analogy, he "held serve". When he started campaigning there and was down 20 - that was all that could be realistically expected.
In practical terms, Hillary's campaign is reported to be essentially bankrupt. Barack, on the other hand, has $20 million+ in the bank and will no doubt continue to fill his coffers.
Spin is spin. Math is math. Sit down Hillary.