That poll was taken Pennsylvania. But today, we can see Gallup's national results showing pretty much the same thing. The findings of the Gallup poll are as follows:
Clinton supporters that would vote for McCain over Obama - 28%
Obama supporters that would vote for McCain over Clinton - 19%
The other poll that backs up what I have been saying is this Rasmussen poll.
Twenty-two percent (22%) of Democratic voters nationwide say that Hillary Clinton should drop out of the race for the Democratic Presidential nomination. However, the latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey found that an identical number—22%--say that Barack Obama should drop out.
A solid majority of Democrats, 62%, aren’t ready for either candidate to leave the race. Nationally, Clinton and Obama are running essentially even among Likely Democratic Primary Voters in the Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll.
I rarely toot my own horn by saying I told you so, but I have to say that I said this was brewing over a year ago. I don't know who thought I was in need of serious psychotropics at that point in time, but read this snippet from that post and see for yourself:
..despite what many may believe, there is a storm brewing in the Democratic Party. This was supposed to be Hillary's moment in the sun. And then, here comes this bright young man that defies stereotypes and myths, has an certain outsider status, can raise money, and has a following already in place just by making an announcement. Sure, she is leading him by a goodly amount. But on the other hand, he's on her heels and she doesn't like it one bit. For this reason, one must expect there will be some animosity developing, as evidenced from some of the tactics being used.
Today, it is percolating at full steam. Today, the future of the Democratic party is in jeopardy. This will undoubtedly force the Democratic leadership to re-evaluate itself, and its overall vision (to include its affinity for promoting special interests, far above American interests).