Quinnipiac shows her up 6, same as last week, which is also good news for the Clintons as it stops a slide.
And the American Research Group results show Hill's lead having grown to 20 points, which I'm inclined to ignore.
Gallup, meanwhile, shows Barack with his biggest lead over Hillary nationally - 11 points.
Whichever trend you choose to trust, its plain to see that Hillary has benefited from Barack's San Francisco treat. Whether that trend continues or not remains to be seen, but with 7 days to go before Pennsylvania votes, Barack remains on the defensive.