You may regard it as too early to pay attention to polls (though the way things are going, well know who the 2012 nominees are sometime early in 2009), but heres a story on this WaPo/ABC News poll. And while were at it, heres another WaPo story on the same poll, and heres the ABC story, with more analysis here.
The two big pieces of information from the poll are the shift of African-American voters from HRC to Obama (cutting into her lead) and Giulianis growing support among white evangelicals (not otherwise explored or documented in the articles), which helps him against McCain. While concerns about Romneys Mormonism seem to be easing somewhat, thats a much bigger barrier than race or gender. Id love to see which groups are expressing their discomfort with Mormonism (more particularly, what the mix of evangelicals and seculars is), but I cant tell anything from the raw data.