In an interview with Fox 7 following his New Albany Town Hall meeting Wednesday, Illinois Senator and Presidential hopeful Barack Obama says hes not going to make any predictions about the outcome of the May 6 primary. "People are more familiar with me here than Pennsylvania," Obama said of voters in the Hoosier state. He drew several comparisons between the plight of small town manufacturing workers in his native Illinois and in Indiana. Analysts said in the wake of Obamas loss Tuesday night in Pennsylvania that he needs to concentrate on getting more working class and older white voters in his corner. Obama says there is no one particular voting block hes trying to appeal to in Indiana, but admitted his rival Senator Hillary Clinton is having more success among older voters. Obama says hes trying to focus more on how voters are similar. "People have a lot more in common than folks give them credit for," he said.